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Ipswich Little Theatre's new production
is a fascinating study of a marriage
breakdown that happens before the
In the play 'Scenes from a Separation',
the seven cast members will perform
the show written by Andrew Bovell and
It presents the male and female
perspectives on the breakdown of a
marriage, and leaves the audience
caught between taking sides.
Director Suzanne Matulich says the
play has a subject matter than many
people can relate to.
"Anyone who has been through a
marriage breakup will appreciate the
di erent points of view, and how much
trauma it can cause."
The scenario is something many
people could relate to. Mathew and
Nina have been married for twelve
years. He is forty - a successful publisher
whose path is littered with the
discarded souls who have tried to keep
up. Nina is thirty eight and a journalist.
She hasn't worked since the birth of
the children. So when Mathew suggests
she takes on the biography of Lawrence
Cli ord - tycoon, philanthropist, and
now Australian of the year - she throws
herself into the project with all-
Seven Little Theatre members make
up the cast. Lead roles are taken by
Lance Stewart and Majella Gee, with
support from Dave Shapcott, Shirlee
Burns, Amy Williams, Sarah Vanli and
The play will be performed at the
historic Incinerator Theatre, Burley Gri n
Drive, Ipswich on June 4th, 5th, and
11th 12th June. Bookings at the Ipswich
Visitor Information Centre 3281 0555
Marriage breakdown played out
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