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A Clockwork Orange
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6 Jan to 17 Feb

It is the story of the individual versus society; the right to free will versus the collective good. Beneath the glossy exterior lies a dark heart, a focus on youthful disaffection and the state’s attempts to control anti-social behaviour.

A Clockwork Orange combines gang culture, masculinity, racism, classism, unemployment and moral decay alongside the equally corrupt state, the failed penal system and the defunct church.

Supported by a blistering musical soundtrack performed live, this is a groundbreaking staging. With a new perspective, this production features an alternating cast of both male and female actors in principal roles.

By Anthony Burgess

By arrangement with The International Anthony Burgess Foundation and David Higham Associates Ltd

This production features a ground-breaking alternating cast of both male and female actors in principal roles.

7.30pm Thursdays (selected dates only)
8.00pm Fridays and Saturdays
6.30pm Sunday (28 Jan only)

Doors close 5 minutes prior to performance. Late entry is not permitted.

Our male cast of Alex and the Droogs will appear on:
Jan 6, 13, 20, 27
Feb 1, 3, 10, 16

Our female cast of Alex and the Droogs will appear on:
Jan 12, 19, 25, 28
Feb 2, 9, 15, 17

DURATION: 130 minutes including 20 minute interval 

WARNING: This production contains the use of prolonged strobe lighting, which may affect some patrons. 

Full $34

Concession $28
(with a valid concession card)

Group $28
(for a single booking of 10 or more seats)

Student Rush $15
(available from the box office 15 minutes prior to curtain)

Subscribers from $21*
(redeemed from subscription credit)

Transaction Fee $2
(payable per transaction)

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* for a Gold subscriber.


Directed by Bronwyn Nayler and Greg Scurr

Music Direction by Faron Swingler
Fight Direction by Justin Palazzo-Orr
Choreography by Sarah McNally
Set design by  Kiel J.T. Gailer
Lighting design by Matthew Breen

Sound design by Sean Telford
Costumes by Frankee Walker

with  Kenji Shimada, Melanie Bolovan, Georgia Howie, Peter Irankunda, Willem Whitfield, Rebel Lyons, Sarah McNally, Nathan French, Christopher Batkin, Daniel Graham, Jessie Men, Jonathon Devitt, Liam Donnelly, Liam McDonell, Lisa Hickey, Michael Ware and Teresa Matvejs. 


Stage Manager Zoe Power
Operator David Willis, Genevieve O'Keefe, Pete Masters, Daniel Benefield and Taylah Karpowicz

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