Black Box Theatre is proud to announce the cast of its Top 80 Short+Sweet Sydney submission for 2014.
After a long wait, director Luke Berman has finally found the right cast to bring to life Maree Teychenne’s abstract and bold Music-Drama REFLECTIONS IN A SUNDAY MIRROR, which features an amazing original musical score by Compser and the play’s Musical Director Dr Steven Capaldo.
Lauren Scott-Young plays Jacqueline, a French cabaret performer & prostitute who’s full of hatred and sorrow. Jacqueline came to prostitution soon after the Nazi invasion of France and the death, through neglect, of her new-born child.
The amazingly talented Gertraud Harlos steps into the role of Roma, the Polish owner and Madam of the cabaret café who has taken in a desperate Jacqueline and given her a new life. Roma however, is never afraid to remind Jacqueline of the life long debt owed to her.
Completing the cast are our two German Nazi officers, with powerful acting and vocal performances from Zac Jardine and Tom Parrish.
Reflections In A Sunday Mirror opens at the King St Theatre, cnr Bray & King Sts Newtown (St Peters) on Wednesday 19th February and runs 7:30pm shows each night until Saturday 22nd February, with its closing performance on Sunday 23rd February at 5:15pm.
Tickets can be purchased via trybooking.
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