Shift Theatre (one of Melbourne's acclaimed theatres) presents two performances of their latest work The Girls in Grey.
As one of the shortlisted plays for the National Play Festival and included on the VCE Drama Curriculum for 2012 - The Girls in Grey is a theatrical event to be witnessed first hand.
As the Centenary of The Great War looms, this play commemorates the service of the nurses in World War One. The story was developed from eyewitness accounts to form the individual voices of the three Australian nurses in The Girls in Grey.
The Girls in Grey is timeless in its reach - it affects any and every generation with its compelling fusion of contemporary theatre and history.
Founded by Carolyn Bock and Helen Hopkins - The Shift Theatre is focused on presenting dynamic works with strong roles for women, both from existing texts and in the development of new works.