Potential Difference presents the world premiere of Fragments by Laura Swift and Russell Bender. Fragments searches for the myth of Aeyptus, a boy brought up to avenge his murdered father and brothers. Piecing his story together will take you on a journey around the fragments of your own life: memories, conjectures, things half-heard.
The Respectable Prostitute written by Jean-Paul Sartre, directed by Lisa Forrell, produced by John Taylor. The story that sparked a major international film, Jean-Paul Sartre’s play returns to the stage after nearly 75 years. 1940s America is hot, steamy, and wild. Neon signs fill the streets with light while a sinister air blows. Powerful people spread false truth for their personal ambition.
Mum is a play about identity, love and losing your mind. Laurel and Roz are struggling to manage their mum who has dementia. Mum is struggling to manage the real world and the compelling world of her hallucinations. The play asks the questions: What does it mean to be a mother? Who gets to decide what is real? And when is it OK to laugh instead of cry?
The Playground Readers meet monthly online to read a play. Participants are invited to read a script with actor Carla Boss. No experience is necessary. There is a lower age limit of 18 years' old. It is free to attend, but we do ask for donations towards the cost of scripts. Email Carla to register and get a Zoom link.