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May 9 – 25
BONDI PAVILION THEATRE

BOY OUT OF THE COUNTRY

‘FUNNY, HEARTY AND BEAUTIFULLY DIRECTED, THE PRODUCTION IS GREAT’

Rachel Lucas, Weekend Notes

Written in Australian vernacular verse, in the poetic tradition of Banjo Paterson, Boy Out of the Country is a fast and funny bush dramedy about family, property and the price of progress. Country boy, Hunter, returns home after a seven year absence to find a family, and town, that while familiar is oh-so-different. Mum’s in a home, the family property has been sold to developers, and his brother Gordon might have all the answers.

But is Hunter ready for the truth?

‘AN ENTERTAINING AND GRIPPING NIGHT IN THE THEATRE’

David Spicer, Stage Whispers

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Boy Out of the Country.  “The expression and delight in the language is tempered with story… an entertaining production of a play of relevance and resonance”

Judith Greenaway – Sydney Arts Guide

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