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Issue Details: First known date: 2021... 2021 Love You Bitch
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'“Everytime a friend succeeds, I die a little” – Gore Vidal

'Jem, Ella and Harry are friends.

'Best friends.

'Whip-smart underachievers side-eyeing their late twenties, their friendship is fuelled by pop music, gay meme accounts and a healthy cynicism about everyone and everything around them.

'Now Jem is moving to New York. On the eve of his departure, he invites Harry and Ella to his parents’ beach house for a final hurrah. 

'The usual. Cheap wine, expensive pizza, and bad movies.

'But now, Jem’s sudden commitment to his own personal growth threatens to rip apart the delicate threads that have tied them together for years.

'Can they face a world without each other? Or worse – a world where one of them doesn’t need the others?

'Gather the people who know you too well for this hilarious, moving and deeply relatable play LOVE YOU BITCH, about friendship and finding (or losing) your way in the world. You might just not be able to look them in the eye afterwards…'

Source: Theatre Works.

Production Details

  • Presented by Theatre Works and Stage Mom in association with Midsumma Festival at Theatre Works, St Kilda, 24 - 28 April 2021.

    Director: Hannah Fallowfield.

    Cast: Alex Thew.

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