'In an isolated farmhouse, outside a small country town – a woman and her daughters have just killed their abusive man of the house. Known throughout the district as a cur and a dog, the women set about disposing of his body. However their task becomes fraught when several of the local villagers choose to pay a visit and grow suspicious at their behaviour – will their act become exposed before they can dispose of the body? A lyrical exploration of family, violence and revenge against a backdrop of a brutal, rural Australian landscape.' (Play summary)
'A man sits alone in a room assailed by the world around him. He does not know how to act, nor what impact his actions could possibly have. When he is faced with a situation that forces him to respond, what will it reveal?
'Angus Cerini is utterly unique and very exciting. Following the success of multi-award winning Save for Crying and Wretch, angus cerini / doubletap’s latest offering promises to be compelling, energetic and beautiful.
'An expressionistic response to the world in which we live, and the very nature of existence – powerful, nonsensical and beyond our control.' (Publication summary)
Scowl2012single work drama 'Lovely nice soft cream centres is what I'm talking about. Ooh pop em in me mouth. Slipping on in there between me lips. Nice and hard.
Angus Cerini's uniquely compelling, distinctively Australian voice brings us in to the dark and funny world of Jean and Annie, two elderly sisters - one foul mouthed and bitter, one filthy mouthed and randy. A grimy world of betrayal and forgiveness, of memory of home and of love lost. The question is whose memory? Whose home? Whose love?
An interrogation of Australia's past from a deeply human place, which peels back layers of recrimination through a wild ride, and soft-centred choccies.' (Source: http://www.pwa.org.au/scowl/)