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|Wednesday, 14 November - Saturday, 24 November |
Preview, 14 November 8pm
All shows 8pm except Sunday at 6pm
No shows Monday or Tuesday
Relaxed performance Saturday, 24 November at 2pm
Auslan Interpreted performance Thursday, 22 November at 8pm
Two’s company, three’s a coven.
Armed with a cup of menstrual blood and a digital ouija board, Andy and Evie meet in the forest to hex Evie’s uncle. They’ve been talking to a dead witch online, she’s given them a spell but asked for a pretty big favour in return. What could possibly go wrong? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
The arrival of Evie’s weird aunt, and Sue-Anne, the Mayor’s daughter, forges an unlikely coven and propels the story down into the nauseating dream-logic of the underworld. They must learn to speak the mother tongue. They must listen to the crone and the crow.
Calling on the almighty spectre of the Witch, MORAL PANIC unleashes all that is terrifying and unknowable about queerness and womanhood. It is an unsettling hallucination, an occult thriller and a very dark comedy. This savage new performance work from the award-winning team behind GROUND CONTROL (Next Wave 2016) and ANGRY SEXX (Melbourne Fringe 2014), asks how do we tear down the monument of masculinity, and what tools can we find in the dirt?
Writer - Rachel Perks
Director - Bridget Balodis
Designer - Romanie Harper
Lighting Designer - Amelia Lever-Davidson
Dramaturg - Emma Valente
Creative Producer - Natasha Phillips
Previous Support Credits
This work has been supported by The Malthouse Theatre, The City of Melbourne in partnership with Creative Spaces, and Next Wave Festival.
Northcote Town Hall, Main Hall
189 High St, Northcote
Concession $28 (Student, Pensioners, Health Care Card Holders)
Groups of 4+ $28 per ticket
Subscriptions also available for the Speakeasy 2018 Season, choose three or more shows and purchase for $28 per ticket. Click here to book online.
Transaction fees apply - $3.70 online, $5 over the phone, no charge when purchasing directly from the venue
Performances of Moral Panic will include Haze, Loud Noises, Partial Nudity, Adult Content and References to Gendered Violence
It is recommended for audiences of fourteen years and older.
No filming or photography permitted
We accept Companion Cards, please call the Box Office on 9481 9500 to make your booking