THE AGE OF BONES by Sandra Thibodeaux
SPECIAL FAMILY FRIENDLY OFFER: Children are free this Sunday! Book your adult tickets online and email the number of children you would like to bring to the show to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicable to the matinee session at 2pm on Sunday 9th April only.
The Age of Bones (Jaman Belulang) is a stunning Indonesian-Australian co-production set deep beneath the sea written by Darwin playwright Sandra Thibodeaux.
It follows the fantastical story of an Indonesian boy, Ikan, who goes fishing one day and fails to return home.
Assuming the worst, his parents hire a legendary seafarer to look for his corpse. He finds nothing.
The Age of Bones traces what happened to Ikan – from the day he left to his eventual imprisonment in Australia and his fight to return home.
PG; bilingual with surtitles. Suitable for ages 12+
Cast: Kadek Hobman (Hammerhead Shark/Octopus Judge); Ella Watson-Russell (Lawyer/White Shark); Iman Setia Hagi (Ikan); Budi Laksana (Bapak); Imas Sobariah (Ibu); Deri Efwanto (Old Man); Mohammad Gandi Maulana (Dalang)
Translator: Kadek Krishna Adidharma
Dramaturge/co-director: Alex Galeazzi
Set Designer/co-director: Iswadi Pratama
Sound designer/composer: Panos Couros
Dalang/puppeteer: I Made Gunanta
Dalang/puppeteer: I Wayan Sira
Video designer: Mic Gruchy
Lighting Designer: Philip Lethlean
VENUE: Brown's Mart Theatre
DATES: Wednesday 29 March (Opening Night) - Saturday 8 April 2017
MATINEES: Sunday 2 April & Sunday 9 April
TIME: 7pm. Matinees: 2pm
(Note: Performances will commence on time. Please arrive at least 15 min before the start of the show to ensure entry)
DURATION: 80 mins (no interval)
TICKETS: Full $35 Conc/Sen $25 Groups 8+ $30
BOOK ONLINE: brownsmart.com.au
BOX OFFICE: Tickets may be purchased from the Box office an hour before the start of the show, unless SOLD OUT!
(Online tickets will cut off 4 hrs before the start of each show)
BAR: the bar will be open an hour before the start of the show and drinks can be taken into the theatre.
This project is produced by Satu Bulan in association with Teater Satu and Performing Lines
Presented by Brown's Mart Productions