'In Angela Betzien's play The Hum, a photojournalist sits in an airport toilet cubicle and contemplates taking her life with a pair of shoelaces. As the final boarding call is announced for Flight 404 to Singapore, she leaves the cubicle, shoelaces in hand, and rushes to gate Number 24. She settles in her seat but there is trouble on board, and take-off is delayed. Finally, the plane is in the air and the journey begins. Or does it? For soon it becomes clear that this is not an ordinary journey. Is it real or is it a dream? Are we seeing the last visions of a woman soon to be dead?'
Source: University of Wollogong (https://lha.uow.edu.au/taem/performances/UOW231684.html). (Sighted: 29/06/2018)
Produced by third-year Bachelor of Performance students at the School of Arts, English, and the Media, University of Wollongong, 11-13 May 2017.
Director: Catherine McKinnon.
Cast: Markie Aniban, Joshua Ball, Rachel Bardwell, McKenzie Battye-Smith, Jye Bishop, Brigid Bohackyj, Charlotte de Lucey, Lauren Kheir, Kiyrrawr Kqurzon, Grant Lewis, Tanisha Lo, Kelsey Murphy, Kelly Nguyen, Natalie Parpaiola, and Luke Standish.