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theatre that illuminates, educates, inspires and transforms

"When the only face that looks you in the eye is your own worn out reflection. Step up and be fearless."

Welcome to The Hell Room. A place where those who slip between the cracks reside. An emotional abyss where redemption, recovery, release or relapse is but an inch from each person’s grasp. Born out of the real stories of those who have experienced or are at risk of experiencing homelessness, Mirra Todd gives voice to the voiceless in this powerfully provocative musical experience that takes us inside the lives of the forgotten. Brutal yet beautiful, savage yet seductive. An original work by Milk Crate Theatre, this is transformative theatre that speaks to our deepest need for connection.

At The Seymour Centre


3rd-11th February 2017



Preview $20

Students/ Concession $26

Adult $42

(1 Complimentary Teacher Ticket per ten

Student Tickets purchased)

Duration approx 75 mins

Weekday matinees include an optional 15 min Post- Show Q&A Session with the Creative Team

Contains Adult Themes and Strong Language

Friday 3rd Feb- 7:30pm (Preview)

Saturday 4th Feb- 2pm & 7:30pm

Monday 6th Feb- 10:30am

Tuesday 7th Feb- 10:30am & 4pm

Wednesday 8th Feb- 4pm

Thursday 9th Feb-  10:30am & 4pm

Friday 10th Feb- 10:30am & 7:30pm

Saturday 11th Feb- 2pm & 7:30pm

Director: Lara Kerestes

Composer/Musical Director: Daryl Wallis

Set/ Costume Design: Brigid Vidler

Lighting Design: Christopher Page

Stage Management: Georgiane Deal

An original work by Milk Crate Theatre Includes members from the original Milk Crate Ensemble in the roles of ‘Gizmo’, ‘Dogtag’, ‘Carlotta’, ‘Chika’ and ‘Pepper’.

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