Three female security guards working on the front-line of the mundane and the ugly.
Presented by Darebin Arts Speakeasy
Stand. Watch. Protect. Repeat.
Working security is a cruise most days.
It's the female security guards at Thompson Security - Naz, Tribe and Joey - who work on the sidelines to keep it all in line. But things turn to s#*t when they become bystanders to a sexual assault.
Approximate running time: 80mins
Warnings: Haze, strobe lighting, loud sounds, coarse language, descriptions of sexual assault
Auslan interpreted performance will occur on Thursday 2 June.
An audio described performance will occur on Friday 3 June
For wheelchair and accessible bookings please contact: email@example.com.
Writer: Michele Lee
Director: Alice Qin
Performed by: Katerina Kotsonis, Sina Brown and Zoe Boesen
Dramaturg: Emilie Collyer
Sound Design: Russell Goldsmith
Lighting Design: Rachel Lee
Set and Costume Design: Juliette Whitney
Stage Manager: Teri Steer
Production Manager/ Co-Producer: Rain Okpamen
Image by: Pia Johnson
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council’s arts funding and advisory body, the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria and City of Darebin. Developed with the support of the AMP Foundation, Footscray Community Arts Centre, the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria and Malthouse Theatre.