A fair-skinned, brown-haired woman wearing a flannelette shirt stares out past the camera nervously. Behind her is the silhouette of a gum tree and a house against an orange sky.
A happy-looking, pale-skinned woman with brown curly hair wearing a purple flannelette shirt and orange pants sits on a chair next to wooden table with a pot plant, hair brush, coffee mug and phone on it.
A pale-skinned woman with brown, curly hair and a purple checkered flannelette shirt with a concerned expression on her face

After Rebecca

Daphne Du Maurier’s gothic novel ‘Rebecca’ meets ‘Farmer Wants a Wife’ in this searing new solo show. 

A handsome millionaire starring in a reality TV show runs away with a production assistant – a young woman so unremarkable that no one remembers her name. At first, she is swept away by the fantasy. But on his remote cattle station in the Australian outback, she encounters an unsettling undercurrent of violence, gaslighting and complicit bystanders. 

‘After Rebecca’ tackles coercive control, systems that fail to protect women - and the consequences of speaking out. 

“Beautiful and raw and heartbreaking ... I am deeply glad that I went … It is an important and deeply moving story, has a brilliant script and production design, and showcases a powerhouse performer.”

Theatre and Physical Theatre
Victoria • SA Premiere

Tue, 05 Mar - Sat, 16 Mar

70 min

The Garage International @ Scots

$30 to $35

M (6 Warnings)

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IMPORTANT: This event has had a CHANGE OF VENUE from The Garage International @ Crack to The Garage International @ Scots (237 North Terrace, Adelaide), since the guide has gone to print.