17 Things that the Government Doesn't Want You to Know About the Internet | Sydney Show Announcement22.03.2017
A production created by an ensemble of 13-16 year olds from Bathurst, supported by Local Stages, the Australian Theatre for Young People, and the Regional Arts Fund will be performed in Sydney this April.
A contemporary, slap-stick musical adventure, 17 Things that the Government Doesn’t Want You to Know About the Internet explores a world where five Bathurst teenagers have been sucked into the internet – and it’s not a place you want to get trapped alone. The play includes personifications of some your favourite popular websites and applications, including Facebook and Instagram. Even MySpace gets a mention!
Company members Abby Dinger, Beckham Hadley, Cameron Russell, Daniel Van Klooster, Denzel Frost, Grace Egan, Griffin Elliot, Hamish Dinger, Hannah Chapman, Harvey Shead, Henry Summerton, Jade Newham, Luke Furbank, Madeline Geerkens, Maxwell Semmens, Nyaoki Pearce, Ron Shead and Rory Peters.
Whether you’re in Bathurst or Sydney, come on a cyberspace adventure with 17 Things that the Government Doesn’t Want you to Know About the Internet. Proceeds from the Bathurst show will support the teenagers to travel their show to Sydney.
- Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre | Thursday 13 April, 7pm
105 William St, Bathurst, NSW
Buy tickets here
- Australian Theatre for Young People | Monday 24 April, 7pm
Pier 4/5 Hickson Rd, Walsh Bay, NSW
For more information contact your local performance venue.
This production is supported by the Regional Arts Fund.