Ian Warwick & Michael Becker

present new Australian play


by Ian Warwick & Michael Becker

17-27 April 2019

7.30pm Wed, Thurs, Fri, 2pm & 7.30pm Sat
$35 full | $30 concession | $26 preview & cheap Wed

Named best American play of 2014

- The Guardian

Eve was not cut out for fundraising, but she really needs this job, and has 8 hours to  save it - bring on the public.

Commercialism and charity collide when a retail worker, a social justice warrior, a conscientious uni grad and a seasoned charity veteran try to make big change with their little lives through various manifestations of Mr and Mrs Smith. In their burgeoning online world and amidst the prevalent automation, they are
forced to question how they can make authentic connections, what it takes to change
a person’s point of view & how far they need to go to get peoples attention, all while
navigating the world of the passer by.

Personality clashes, ethical debates, absurdist comedy and lots of facts. Let’s get you signed up!

Michael Becker has a BA in theatre studies and an MA in directing for film. He has
assistant directed 6 shows at French Woods Performing Arts Festival in New
York and has written, produced and directed several short films and music
videos. How to Change the World and Make Bank Doing It is his theatrical
directing debut.

Ian Warwick completed his Master of Music in (Classical Performance) at the Australian Institute of Music in 2014, his Graduate Diploma in music in 2013 and his
Bachelor of Music in 2012. Ian is an associate director for the Pacific Opera Young Artist’s program in 2017. He has directed a mother’s day concert at the Independent theatre and The last night of the Proms with the Willoughby Symphony. In December Ian will direct Arias and Barcarolles, Pacific Opera’s final concert for the year in the Utzon room.

Director/Co-producer/Co-writer MICHAEL BECKER
Assistant Director/Co-producer/Co-writer IAN WARWICK


© Copyright Limelight on Oxford