Strata//Forgiveness - An translucent illustration of a person’s arm featuring rocks and dead leaves inside it.


Theatre and Physical Theatre
South Australia • World Premiere
Strata (winner of the 2016 STCSA Young Playwright's Award), by Peter Beaglehole, and Forgiveness (winner of the 2020 Jill Blewett Playwright's Award), by Piri Eddy, are two new one-act plays presented together in one thrilling night of theatre.

Muscular and challenging, these entertaining new perspectives on contemporary Australia examine relationships between people and the land we live on. With directors Tiffany Lyndall-Knight and Anthony Nicola, and Green Room award winning designer Meg Wilson, Strata and Forgiveness are powerful new works of South Australian theatre.

Presented by: Peter Beaglehole and Piri Eddy

Peter Beaglehole is a South Australian playwright. He was awarded a Carclew Fellowship to develop a new play, Petrichor, with the mentorship of Mary Anne Butler. He is currently working on a new performance piece The Joy of the Horror of Being with the support of Arts SA.
Piri Eddy is a writer, playwright and producer based in Adelaide. He has written for print, online, stage and radio. He contributed to State Theatre Company South Australia and Act Now’s Decameron 2.0 project. He was the associate producer for SBS and Change Media’s The Loop (2019), a documentary about representation, disability and soap operas. Currently, he is producing his short film The Last Elephant on Earth, funded by SAFC and Adelaide Film Festival.