Fat Boy Dancing in association with Tamarama Rock Surfers present Dan Giovannoni’s "Wrecking"

When: 8.00PM Wednesday, 19 September
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Phone: 02 9698-8904
Tickets: rsvp@mgmmanagement.com.au


Directed by Gin Savage

The Old Fitzroy Theatre


Wednesday 19 September @ 8pm

The Old Fitzroy Theatre




A chilling story based on true events in Sydney’s Woolloomooloo…


Featuring Amanda McGregor, Paul Blenheim and Kimberley Hews


Alana is a property developer. Miles is a dentist. They've got three bedrooms on two levels, sea views, and not a whole lot to say to each other anymore. The cracks in their relationship have only just started forming, and now there's Alana's rotting tooth to deal with. Under the bridge are Ned and Lexie, two homeless teens who are sick of being passed around. Now they're out on their own, with their own ocean views, bruised fists and swollen lips. 


Directed by Gin SavageWrecking is inspired by a brutal homeless bashing that occurred in Woolloomooloo in 2003. Using this horrific incident as its starting point, Wrecking puts under the microscope the moment in time where love and brutality collide – when people not only break rules, but feel justified in doing so.


Venue Information:

Past Venues:

The Old Fitzroy Theatre

Sep 19, 2012
129 Dowling Street, Woolloomooloo NSW
Sydney: City & inner suburbs, New South Wales, Australia
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