Vincent: 'The plot concerns Brent Lyall, an outstandingly talented young sportsman. At the age of twenty-three, this lad is already a star player of one of the most successful, established AFL teams. Two Brownlows by the age of 23!
"He is managed by the ruthless and famous sports manager Rohan Swift, a foul-mouthed bully of legendary status. Not only is Brent paid a prodigious amount of money to play AFL football, he makes three times as much with product endorsements.
But he should be raking in a lot more advertising cash - if only he wasn't so guarded in front of every camera! Rohan is determined not to let Brent's uptight performance get in the way of rich endorsement earnings!"
While the play and its intent are very serious, even high drama, Williamson has hidden the message very successfully in a hilarious comedy. Even at this stage, rehearsals are punctuated by gales of laughter. Can't wait to see it.