Posted by Taryn Hunter
17. Sep, 2012
|September 21, 2012|
After an unimaginable accident, Rhonda takes flight from reality and seeks refuge in a delusional world ¬ searching for spiritual and physical relief. In a world premier, Rhonda Is In Therapy – by Bridgitte Burton – explores the emotional themes of loss and grief and is a moving and honest work that places its protagonist in a demanding and vulnerable position.
Rhonda is complex and nuanced, and is deeply enmeshed in a depression she can’t perceive. She is like the many millions of people worldwide who live with an illness that they do not or cannot afford to recognise, and this production will touch many audience members’ hearts.
The premiere of Rhonda Is In Therapy is supported by the City of Melbourne through the Arts Grants Program.
WHEN: Friday, 21st September, 8pm
WHERE: fortyfivedownstairs, 45 Flinders Lane Melbourne
WEB (tickets): fortyfivedownstairs.com/buy-tickets/
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