JUDAS

Scaled 12d enhance  1

1 Venue

Mainstage at Bakehouse Theatre

255 Angas St, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Content warnings: PG

Coarse Language:

Occasional, Mild

Depicts Violence:

Occasional, Mild

Scaled 12d enhance  1

About this event

A political thriller with biblical bite.

In a contemporary single-faith Middle Eastern state, a charismatic preacher with a radical message of peace emerges from the desert. As religious violence continues to tear the region apart, his followers are pursued, persecuted and imprisoned. A 21st century Judas is interrogated and ultimately forced to betray his leader, but is he really betrayer or betrayed, and who is ultimately pulling the strings?

From the same team that presented the 5 Star sell-out show 'Mengele' at Adelaide Fringe 2018, 'JUDAS' is a new play by TH Marriott, an intriguing, surprising and relevant parable for our times. This production features Tim Marriott (Mengele) with Stefanie Rossi & Marc Clement of STARC Productions (Mengele, Toyer, Two, Reasonable Doubt) & is directed by Tony Knight.

Presented by:
STARC in association with SMOKESCREEN

STARC are a new Theatre Production company run by Marc Clement, Stefanie Rossi and Tony Knight, aiming to be a tour de force showcasing professional theatre performance in Adelaide. Recent productions at the Bakehouse include Toyer, Two and a sell out season of Reasonable Doubt. Joining forces in a transglobal partnership with award winning SMOKESCREEN PRODUCTIONS is a natural progression for this ambitious and forward thinking company, matching dynamic and committed performance style with wide experience of creative and producing skills from both sides of the planet.

Reviews

  • “Magnificent. Riveting. This is a masterclass in acting. A powerful, moving, and vitally important piece of theatre.” - Barry Lenny, Broadway World
  • “In this compelling 21st century take on Judas, it is difficult to conceive of an actor more engrossed in his part this Fringe” - Richard Evans, The Advertiser
  • “A cleverly written story of political intrigue. A compelling hour of gruelling theatre, at a time when we ignore their message at our peril” - Jude Hines, Stage Whispers

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