Douglas has been a professional food writer since 1986. He is also an award-winning actor and director in Community Theatre and has been for many years. His blog may be found at: www.urbaneguerilla.wordpress.com
What is the cost of protecting your friends?
Chris Isaacs is a rising star in the Western Australian theatre scene. An actor, director, composer and lighting designer, he is also a founding member of the recently formed company The Last Great Hunt.
His play, Flood, is about to open at the Studio Underground at the State Theatre Centre from the 18th January to 2nd February.
Adriane Daff as Frankie in Flood, (Photo by Rob Frith)
The play is set locally. It is the story of six friends from Perth who go on a trip into the interior and... something happens. The results of the choices they made have long-reaching effects into the present.
Directed by Adam Mitchell, Flood has evolved from its original concept: "Chris presented us with a curious piece Up In The Flood. Fast-forward to now, and I am thrilled to be presenting the completed Flood, our first work (hopefully of many) to journey from the Emerging Writers to our stages."
Joshua Brennan (Mike), Adriane Daff (Frankie) and Samuel Delich (Steve) (Photos by Rob Frith)
The cast is exceptional, starring Joshua Brennan as Mike and the lovely and talented Adriane Daff as Frankie and in his first production with the company WAAPA graduate Samuel Delich as Steve.
Tickets cost from $24 to $49 and are available through Ticketek website, outlets or by calling 1300 795 012.