'Marc and his partner Perry are about to get hitched, despite having just lost everything they own in a house fire. Otis has reluctantly agreed to be their man of honour, even though he’s never had much luck in the relationship department. In the meantime, they’re crashing with Sholto, who’s desperately trying not to fall for gorgeous journo Tim. And young Reyer is left reeling after being outed to his fundamentalist Christian family.
'In the early morning darkness of Brisbane’s Dangerfield Park, one of these men is brutally bashed and left for dead – and none of their lives will ever be the same. As the accused invokes the Gay Panic Defence, and the men brace for the political and legal turbulence ahead, their differing viewpoints mean that a perfect world is almost as hard to define as it is to achieve.
'Unflinching and unmistakably ‘Queensland’, Dangerfield Park explores a world where violence, hatred and even love sometimes come from surprising sources.'
Source: La Boite Theatre.