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After a successful premiere in July last year, a new cast will tour the play I hope it's not raining in London in Sydney and Melbourne, and some regional venues this June and July.
An original work by Nicholas Thoroughgood, and production by the youth managed, not for profit Bearfoot Theatre, this hour long show has been described as reminiscint of Beckett and Sartre. The contemporary, hybrid-experimental theatre piece places two strangers together in a mysterious room with no knowledge of where they are or who they are. The experiences that shape us are slowly revealed and explored, as the characters gain memories triggered by the arrival of mysterious shoe boxes.
In an interesting take on an ensemble cast, all four actors will alternate roles each performance, taking turns to play the leading characters, so if you've seen it already, it will differ on a return visit.