Don't Look Away Theatre and Blancmange Productions present A Property of the Clan, from 29 September to 17 October 2015. The production will be the first in the newly created Kings Cross theatre space, Blood Moon Theatre located within The World Bar.
A disturbing tale inspired by real events, A Property of the Clan tells the story of the sexual assault and murder of a 14-year-old girl at a party. It examines a culture of boys and girls lost in the misrepresentation of one another, the ugliness of victim blaming and the emotional and social effects the unexpected death of a peer has on young people.
The story follows a small group of teens including Jared who witnessed the crime, his girlfriend Rachel and best friend Ricko, and the victim's best friend Jade. Torn apart by the tragic event, the group delves into why it happened, who is responsible and if justice will be served.
Featuring some of the freshest talent of the Sydney independent theatre scene, A Property of the Clan includes Sydney Theatre Awards 2014 winner George Banders (All's Well that Ends Well, Romeo & Juliet), Megan Drury (Ruben Guthrie, Macquarie, Closer), Jack Starkey-Gill (Bell Shakespeare's Players' Company) and Samantha Young (Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, Space Cats).
To celebrate the upcoming season of A Property of the Clan, WeekendNotes subscribers have the chance to win a double pass to a performance onTuesday, September 29th 2015 at 7:30pm.