One Day He Changed (and the next he was gone)

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100 Sixth St, Bowden, SA, 5007

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Content warnings


Age Suitability:


Sexual References:

Occasional, Mild

Other Warnings:

Mental Health

About this event

"I don't really know who I am
So I can't tell you about myself
But I know about everyone else
It's obvious isn't it?"

A storm has come to town. The power is out. And Colin hasn't come home yet.
Film noir absurdism meets Riverdale & Veronica Mars in this mystery / soap opera.
Written by Sophia Simmons ( Limit, Gravity Guts, Only Human), Directed by Alan Grace (Awoken, Duende Collective), with the Award Winning On The Fringe

Only Human, Fringe 2020
★★★★★ "It has elements of aburdist & black comedy while ... posing deep questions about artificial intelligence... It is a very, very funny piece & at the same time thought provoking." GLAM.
★★★★1/2 "cleverly written by Sophia Simmons & masterfully realised for the stage by Claire Glenn" HIFIway.
★★★★ "It is a show you must see" Tulpamag.

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SAYarts develops new works exclusively with young people who are always at the heart of our process. Our work is youth-led, guided & facilitated by professional artists from the creative process to production. At each stage of the process the ensemble are co-creators, critics, & contributors. Through values of Artistic Integrity, Professionalism, Fun, Friendship, Excellence & Respect we enrich the lives of young people. SAYarts is helmed by CP Bec Pannell & supported by outstanding lead artists Tamara Lee Collins, Alan Grace, Clara Solly-Slade, Laurie Rea, Tim Mackie & Erin Perrey. Since its inception in 2014, SAYarts has presented over 16 pieces of work, including performances at Fringe, Dream BIG, and AGSA Neo.


  • “well written and tightly performed, framing a production collectively created by the members of SAYarts & pulled together by Sophia Simmons” - Mark Wickett, Stage Whispers

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