Stalker: The Musical & special Q&A with AWNY (NY)
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8/22/2015 to 8/23/2015
When: Friday, 22 August 2015
8:30PM to late

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 SEE STALKER: THE MUSICAL WITH AWNY
   
           22 AUGUST 2015
 
   

Stalker:The Musical with AWNY
Join AWNY for a performance of new Australian musical Stalker: The Musical as part of The New York International Fringe Festival followed by Q&A session at Benson's with the cast and creative team. 


THE PERFORMANCE

Stalker: The Musical

FringeNYC - The New York International
Fringe Festival

Saturday, 22 August 2015
8.30pm (8.45pm start)
Lynn Redgrave Theater
45 Bleecker Street, New York

Purchase tickets online (through FringeNYC) here

Meet AWNY representative Taya outside the venue by 8.30pm to be seated together with other AWNY guests. Please email awny@aaanyc.org for meeting point information.

  SPECIAL AFTER SHOW
Q&A + DRINKS


After the show, we will walk over to Benson's for a Q&A session with the cast and creative team of Stalker: The Musical.

Australian Bar Benson's
181 Essex Street, New York

ALL WELCOME

Please RSVP to awny@aaanyc.org

If you already have tickets for this session or any other session this week, you are welcome to join the Q&A session by emailing awny@aaanyc.org


 
ABOUT STALKER: THE MUSICAL
       

  

Stalker: the Musical is a brand new piece of Australian musical theater – which has been many years in the making. It is the brain child of 3 Australian writers: Andy Peterson, Alex Giles and David Russell – who have been working tirelessly over the last several years to make this show a reality. Read more about the production team here.

 
Stalker is a deliberately provocative title. But the show isn’t really that controversial. It creates a dystopian world, where ‘stalking’ women is the norm, men are encouraged to look, and even to touch – and the girls in turn love the attention. There is only one rule in town, people do not and cannot fall in love. The town is thrown into chaos when a stranger arrives on the scene, a stranger not from this world, who has no idea how he arrived or how to leave. Worse still, the stranger introduces the town to the concept of ‘love’, with tumultuous results. Read about the director, Benita de Wit.




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