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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 God's Waiting Room
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'God's Waiting room evokes asylum seeker Hamed Mokri's passage to Hope and Possibility in a tiny boat upon high and stormy seas, with only an Angel of Death as company.

'The Angel's task is to make sure Hamed dies before he reaches safe shores.

'An allegory for a world which has closed its door on humanity, God's Waiting Room explores themes of resilience, humanity, hope and displacement -- posing the central question: As a global community, where do we go from here?'

Source: Brown's Mart program.

Production Details

  • Presented by Knock-em-Down Theatre and Brown's Mart Productions, and presented at Brown's Mart, 25 July - 6 August 2017.

    Director: Gail Evans.

    Designer: Kris Bird.

    Sound Designer: Matt Cunliffe.

    Lighting Designer: Jessie Davis.

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