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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... 2015 Reasons to Stay Inside
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'Pedro and Flora. Flora and Pedro. Best Friends. Until one day he stops going outside and starts building a gigantic pillow fort.

'Pedro has the best reasons to stay inside but Flora knows what he’s missing and will do whatever it takes to get her best friend back.

'You can’t stay inside your fort forever, can you?

'A show about irritating best friends, pillow forts, dancing pegacorns and that weird anxious feeling.'

Source: The Blue Room Theatre.

Production Details

  • First produced as part of the 2015 Melbourne Fringe Festival. Later toured Perth as part of the Blue Room Theatre's Summer Nights program for the Perth Fringe.

    Director: Prue Clark.

    Cast: Emma Annand and Oliver Coleman.

    Lighting Designer: Amelia Lever-Davidson.

    Set & Costume Designer: Yvette Turnbull.

    Sound Designer: Lachlan Millsom.

    Production & Stage Management: Luke Preer.

    Production Assistant: Steve Barron.

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