DOWN AN ALLEY FILLED WITH CATS

DOWN AN ALLEY FILLED WITH CATS

by Warwick Moss

 

Timothy Timmony is the elderly proprietor of an old book shop in Sydney. Simon Matthews, a self-professed adventurer, comes to the shop in pursuit of a particular volume. It soon becomes obvious that the book contains a code which identifies the whereabouts of an invaluable artefact. Through the night, the two combatants manoeuvre for position…

 

STARRING

Gabriel Egan and William Jordan

 

STAGE MANAGER

Bokkie Robertson

 

PRODUCED BY

Andrew Langcake

 

DIRECTED BY

Tom Richards

  

Performed at King St Theatre, Newtown, NSW

"The cast of Throwing Shade Theatre Company’s production (in association with Emu Productions) at the King Street Theatre have an established rhythm that well deserves these accolades and many more."

Joanna O'Hara, Theatre Now

 

"Gabriel Egan and William Jordan are brilliantly cast in their contrasting roles. They fearlessly confront the moments of high drama and tension in the play, whilst conveying the script's underlying black humour with comic timing that propels the closely-confined action along."

Brydie Wright, WeekendNotes Sydney

 

"Both these actors make the characters a winning personality - audience allegiance can switch from one to the other with ease, and one begins to 'invent' the solution to each of the plots twists for them - it is kind of fun."

Kevin Jackson, Kevin Jackson's Theatre Diary