Earlwood actor and director Steve Rodgers will star with Harriet Gordon-Anderson in ’You Got Older' which premieres next week.
STARRING acclaimed Earlwood actor and director Steve Rodgers and set to premiere next week, 'You Got Older' by Clare Barron, is a tender yet darkly comic new play about family dynamics, illness and cowboys - and how to remain standing when everything you know comes crashing down around you.
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After facing a few personal crises of her own, Mae finds herself returning home to help take care of her father who is undergoing cancer treatment and maybe even (a little) herself.
Rodgers said: "I play 'Dad' and the story reflects on the intimacy between a parent and a child; he is unsure whether to suggest a life direction to her or just give her the freedom to make her own plans.
"It is a beautifully funny script, of course, couched in the humanity of a family.
"Most of us have experienced the loss of a loved one and clutch at comedy and humour to survive.
"This play celebrates all of our little foibles; human beings in all of their glory."
'You Got Older' received its world premiere with Page 73 and has most recently played as part of Steppenwolf's 2018 program.
It has also received multiple awards including the Obie Award for Playwriting, Drama Desk Nomination for Outstanding Play, Kilroy's List, and was a Susan Smith Blackburn finalist.
Mad March Hare in association with Bakehouse Theatre Company, presents 'You Got Older' at Kings Cross Theatre from July 13 to August 4.
Tickets: $45 Adult, $38 Concession, $25 Previews and $20 for 20's (Thursday's only). Go to madmarchtheatreco.com/you-got-older.