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Adrifting through the Vomit Generation

When:

Thu 12 Dec 2019, 7:30pm–9:45pm
Fri 13 Dec 2019, 7:30pm–9:45pm
Sat 14 Dec 2019, 7:30pm–9:45pm
Sun 15 Dec 2019, 7:30pm–9:45pm

Where: Kew Court House Performing Arts Centre, 188 High Street, Kew, Victoria

Restrictions: 15+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $35.00
  • Groups of 6 or more: $30.00
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Adrifting through the Vomit Generation is a a Punk play for Mature Women by Michael Gray Griffith
The Wolves Theatre Company is determined to show that mature creatives can be original, challenging and pertinent.

We write and produce bold, contemporary pieces aimed at the 40 plus demographic.

Michael's new play is a comedy about four women entangled by that which we bring with us and despite all our tragedies most of us leave behind, love.

For Di and her housebound daughter Taylor along with their boarder Magnolia, all their slices of the Great Australian Dream are reaching a communal end with the foreclosure of Di’s house. But there is hope, Di’s mother has just sent them a text.
“I’m coming down to rescue you . . .
P.S. don’t ask me for money.”
A Readers Review of the script
"A long time ago my mother gave me a framed proverb. I believe in it very much. Even though I have no children of my own I have tried to live by it. It says, there are only two lasting bequests that we can give to our children. One is roots; the other WINGS
When I read ‘Drifting Through The Vomit Generation’ I thought of it immediately. I love it. The play I mean.
It says so much about the power of women and the frailty of mankind. If only we all had the strength of Margaret, and of all these women."
~Amanda Muggleton