Only Human

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Ticket prices: $20.00 to $30.00

Full Price: $20.00 to $30.00

BankSA Cardholder: $23.25

Concession: $20.00

Companion Card: $0.00

Schools: $12.00

Prices may not be available on all sessions

A Customer Booking Fee is included in the advertised ticket price. All online transactions, excluding donations, incur a $1.80 Web Transaction Fee. All fees include GST. Ticket prices are GST inclusive where applicable. All prices are in AUD.

Duration: 60 min

Dates & times

1 Venue

RUMPUS

100 Sixth Street, Bowden SA, Australia

Our venue is accessible! For full accessibility information about the venue, please visit www.rumpustheatre.org/accessibility For transport information please visit www.rumpustheatre.org/find-us

Content warnings: PG

Depicts Violence:

Occasional, Mild

Sexual References:

Occasional, Mild

Other Warnings:

Loud noises, Smoke Effects, Strobe Lighting

Please note:

Themes of human/non human relationships, conflict, war, death.

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About this event

In the near future two beings meet in a bunker. Robot? Human? Hybrid? Appliance? Imagine, if you can, a future of driverless cars and talking appliances. When AI rule our lives and the lines are blurred and rules don't matter. When humans love robots. Laugh til your battery dies, weep until you rust as we ponder life, the universe, and Artificial Intelligence. A humorously absurdist offering from the award-winning team of Claire Glenn (Ruby Award Winner, Carclew, Expressway Arts, Area 51), On The Fringe (everybody Dies, Goddess on a Highway) & Sophia Simmons (Limit, Gravity Guts).
"I was gripped from start to finish..." 2018 Broadway World
"Everybody Dies was an undeniable force of energy" 2016, Glam Adelaide
"...an enthusiastic and talented group" 2018 Adelaide Theatre Guide

Presented by:
SAYarts

Since 2015, SAYarts’ have devised and presented professional level, critically acclaimed, award winning original theatre productions. Our works have been called “exhilarating” (Anthony Vawswer, 2018), “thought provoking” (Barry Lenny, 2018), and “beautiful” (John Wells, 2016) and have sold out their seasons every year. Our young actors are enormously talented, ambitious, brave and, now, highly experienced performers. SAYarts run after school and weekend theatre-making classes for 5-25 year olds, host playwright masterclasses, and run in-school residencies.

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