'Having lost a lifetime of research in the worst floods Sydney has witnessed, Daniel - a climatologist and advisor to the government - isn't in the mood for appreciating the irony of what he should have predicted.
'Paralysed by the knowledge that the world is consuming itself, Daniel takes little joy in planning for his future - somewhat of a problem for his spirited other half, Fiona. When Fiona tells Daniel they're about to start a family, Daniel must choose between what he knows and what he loves.
'An urgent and searching new play about the most pressing issue of our times, Between Two Waves asks an anxious, warming world: how do we find happiness in the face of an uncertain future?
'A politically charged relationship drama set against a climate change backdrop, Between Two Waves is the first play to be produced out of the Griffin Studio, by one of the most talented new voices in the country.'
Source: Griffith Theatre Company website.
Produced by Griffin Theatre Company and Performed at SBW Stables Theatre, 10 Nimrod Street, Kings Cross NSW on 5 October - 17 November 2012.
Director: Sam Strong.
Designer: David Fleishcher.
Sound Designer and Composer: Steve Francis.
Cast: Maeve Dermody and Ian Meadows.
Performed at The Bakehouse Theatre and presented by State Theatre Company of South Australia : 9-25 October 2014.
Director: Corey McMahon.
Set and Costume Designer: Olivia Zanchetta.
Lighting and AV Designer: Nic Mollison.
Composer and Sound Designer: Jason Sweeney.
Associate Producer: Manda Webber.
Production Manager: Francoise Piron.
Cast: Matt Crook, Elena Carapetis, Ellen Steele, and James Edwards.