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The Various Methods of Escape

Where: The Actor's Pulse, 103 Regent St, Redfern, New South Wales

Restrictions: 15+

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Listed by: liviumonsted

“Grace is 19 years old when she finally escapes 12 years in captivity. Once she returns to her family she is determined to establish a normal life for herself, but her captor Gregory won’t leave her alone. The play examines not only how Grace’s captivity affected her but also how it impacted each member of her family.

Written by Amber Spooner and Directed by Liviu Monsted, (Deadhouse: Tales of Sydney Morgue, STREET, In Waiting) and produced by Abe Bastoli (with support from Actors Anonymous)

The Various Methods of Escape is Amber Spooner’s first play, written as part of ‘The Hive’ program run by “The Street Theatre” in Canberra. It was later developed through Script In Hand, an open mic script development program run by “Actors Anonymous” and picked up by “Mon Sans Productions”, a company that focuses on developing new artists.

Amber Spooner says the play was inspired by Natascha Kampusch's thoughts on her captor as well as the victimization she experienced in her post captive years.

Starring Lucy Hadfield, Chris Miller, Meagan Caratti, Martin Cohen and Anneliese Cox. Lighting by Mehran Mortezei, Make up by Maddison Grey.