Family Values

Venue Lennox Theatre
Dates 18 March - 21 March 2020
Category Live Event

Riverside Theatres presents
David Williamson’s
FAMILY VALUES
A Griffin Theatre Company Production


“I had imagined we’d get together and reminisce about the good times, completely forgetting that there weren’t any.”

A celebrated federal judge.
His son, a born-again Christian.
His daughter, a Border Force Officer.
Her partner, the captain of a Border Force ship.
His other daughter, a left-wing activist.
His wife, who has worked all her life to keep the family together.
Saba, an asylum seeker on the run from Nauru.
On the eve of his birthday, is it too much to expect his wife and three children celebrate with him?

For 50 years, David Williamson has shown us the best and worst of ourselves. A blackly comic drama situated squarely on the fault lines that divide Australia, Family Values is David at his angry best: furious that his generation has retired from defending the socially compassionate values on which they claim to have built this country. The play asks us to choose freedom over reputation, empathy over franking credits; to abandon a deeply flawed system for the sake of humanity.

David’s belief that comedy can reveal our harshest truths is undimmed, and his hope that theatre can change hearts and minds remains an inspiration to the whole industry.


Director
Lee Lewis

Dramaturg
Van Badham

Set and Costume Designer
Sophie Fletcher

Lighting Designer
Benjamin Brockman

Composer and Sound Designer
Steve Francis

Stage Manager
Khym Scott

Performers
Belinda Giblin
Andrew McFarlane
Jamie Oxenbould
Ella Prince
Bishanyia Vincent

Family Values

A blackly comic drama situated squarely on the fault lines that divide Australia, Family Values is David Williamson at his angry best: furious that his generation has retired from defending the socially compassionate values on which they claim to have built this country.

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Dates and Times:

Wednesday 18 March at 7:45pm
Thursday 19 March at 7:45pm
Friday 20 March at 7:45pm
Saturday 21 March at  2:15pm & 7:45pm

Duration

1 hour 30 minutes (No interval)

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