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A premiere Australian play based on actual events, showing just how startling real-life can be.
Mary-Ellen Field is a successful Australian business consultant in
London–until she’s accused of betraying the secrets of her supermodel client to
the press. Her life comes crashing down: her job, her health and her standing in society collapse. When it emerges that her client's phone had been hacked by reporters, Mary Ellen sets out to defiantly restore her reputation.
But along the way, her ideas of redemption change–she’s been
interviewed by a journalist on the other side of the world, and his
story puts everything into a new perspective.
Cast : 9F, 19M, doubling possible
Currency Press | 978-1-76062-001-1 | Sales rights: worldwide, except Aust/NZ | PB
TOMMY MURPHY was born in 1979 in Queanbeyan, the seventh of eight children. He is a graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (Director’s course) and the University of Sydney where he was president of Sydney University Dramatic Society.
He was winner of the Sydney Theatre Company Young Playwrights’ Award and the ACT Young Writers’ Award for his first play,
For God, Queen and Country. His second play
Troy’s House has been performed in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne.
Strangers in Between and
Holding the Man were commissioned, developed and premiered by the Griffin Theatre Company where Tommy was in residence.
Strangers in Between won the 2006 NSW Premier’s Literary Award for Best Play.
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