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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Cusp
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'Elvis wants Rosie. Rosie wants to escape. Maddie doesn’t know what the hell she wants, but it sure isn’t this. Cusp examines the lives of three young adults as they swim against the tides of irrevocable change. How do you move into the future, when your past keeps dragging you backwards?'

Source: National Playwriting Festival program.

Production Details

  • Presented at the 2018 National Playwriting Festival on two dates: 21 March and 24 March.

    Developed in partnership with Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP).

    Director: Fraser Corfield.

    Dramaturg: Jane Fitzgerald.

    Presented at Brown's Mart (as a Brown's Mart / ATYP co-production), Darwin, October 2019.

    Set for production (as an 'ATYP @ Griffin' production) at Griffin Theatre Company, 11-28 March 2020.

    Director: Fraser Corfield.

    Dramaturg: Jane FitzGerald.

    Designer: Cj Fraser-Bell.

    Lighting Designer: Jessie Davis.

    Sound Designer: Brad Fawcett.

    Sound Design Mentor: Matt Cunliffe.

    Stage Manager: Sorie Bangura.

    Cast: Stevie Jean, Josh McElroy, and Nyasha Ogden.

    Production cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

      2018 .
    • Strawberry Hills, Inner Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales,: Currency Press , 2020 .
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      Extent: 66p.p.
      • (Published 4th March 2020)
      ISBN: 9781760623340
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