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Issue Details: First known date: 2024... 2024 Multiple Bad Things
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'Struggling to work together, three employees grapple with questions of inclusion, identity and intersectionality. Civility slips, bad behaviour escalates and reality distorts. The witching hour is here. Who will be the scapegoat?

'Welcome to the workplace at the end of the world.' (Production summary)

Production Details

  • Presented by Malthouse Theatre. Created and performed by Back to Back Theatre at Merlyn Theatre, Southbank, Victoria : 29 May - 9 June 2024.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Works about this Work

Fulfilment Centre : A Muted Performance from Back to Back Theatre Andrew Fuhrmann , 2024 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , July no. 466 2024; (p. 36)

— Review of Multiple Bad Things Back to Back Theatre , 2024 single work drama
Back to Back’s Multiple Bad Things Takes a Sophisticated Look at the Moral Ambiguities of Today’s ‘culture Wars’ Sarah Austin , 2024 single work review
— Appears in: The Conversation , 30 May 2024;

— Review of Multiple Bad Things Back to Back Theatre , 2024 single work drama

'Back to Back Theatre is an internationally lauded ensemble of collaborators based in Geelong. With some members identifying as intellectually disabled and/or neurodiverse, the company has spent more than two decades producing performance works that address the politics of visibility and power.'

Back to Back: Multiple Bad Things Review – This Provocative Australian Ensemble Is Better Than Ever Tim Byrne , 2024 single work review
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 13 April 2024;

— Review of Multiple Bad Things Back to Back Theatre , 2024 single work drama

'The internationally lauded company made up of entirely neurodivergent and disabled actors returns with a hilarious, provocative work of profound complexity'

Back to Back Theatre’s Multiple Bad Things Marred by Frustrating Ambiguity Robert Reid , 2024 single work review
— Appears in: The Saturday Pape , 20-26 April 2024;

— Review of Multiple Bad Things Back to Back Theatre , 2024 single work drama
'Multiple Bad Things, the latest show from national treasure Back to Back Theatre, is a troubling evocation of the heightened tensions of day-to-day experience.'
Back to Back Theatre’s Multiple Bad Things Marred by Frustrating Ambiguity Robert Reid , 2024 single work review
— Appears in: The Saturday Pape , 20-26 April 2024;

— Review of Multiple Bad Things Back to Back Theatre , 2024 single work drama
'Multiple Bad Things, the latest show from national treasure Back to Back Theatre, is a troubling evocation of the heightened tensions of day-to-day experience.'
Back to Back: Multiple Bad Things Review – This Provocative Australian Ensemble Is Better Than Ever Tim Byrne , 2024 single work review
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 13 April 2024;

— Review of Multiple Bad Things Back to Back Theatre , 2024 single work drama

'The internationally lauded company made up of entirely neurodivergent and disabled actors returns with a hilarious, provocative work of profound complexity'

Back to Back’s Multiple Bad Things Takes a Sophisticated Look at the Moral Ambiguities of Today’s ‘culture Wars’ Sarah Austin , 2024 single work review
— Appears in: The Conversation , 30 May 2024;

— Review of Multiple Bad Things Back to Back Theatre , 2024 single work drama

'Back to Back Theatre is an internationally lauded ensemble of collaborators based in Geelong. With some members identifying as intellectually disabled and/or neurodiverse, the company has spent more than two decades producing performance works that address the politics of visibility and power.'

Fulfilment Centre : A Muted Performance from Back to Back Theatre Andrew Fuhrmann , 2024 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , July no. 466 2024; (p. 36)

— Review of Multiple Bad Things Back to Back Theatre , 2024 single work drama
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