shake & stir go absurdist with Endgame
Samuel Beckett’s Absurdist play, Endgame, is shake & stir theatre company’s third production in their 10-year anniversary season and will be presented at the Cremorne Theatre, Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) from 9 August.
It follows the sell-out production of Roald Dahl’s George’s Marvellous Medicine and soon to be sold out season of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights.
Endgame paints a portrait of lives lived, loathed and lost; of characters hoping for answers in a world without hope. Hamm, Clov, Nagg and Nell are four lost souls contemplating the inevitable arrival of their end.
Isolated in a non-descript room, each reflects upon their life’s journey while grappling to find meaning in an otherwise meaningless world..
Together on stage are veterans of stage, film & TV - Robert Coleby, Jennifer Flowers (right) and John McNeil. They are joined by Leon Cain, in the role of Clov.
The production will be brought to life by shake & stir’s award winning team of creatives - Michael Futcher (Director), and 2015 Matilda Award winners Josh McIntosh (Designer) and Jason Glenwright (Lighting Designer).
Tickets on sale now via qpac.com.au or call 136 246.