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King Hit & Lucky Country
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King Hit & Lucky Country

Zeal Theatre (Stefo Nantsou and Tom Lycos)

King-Hit examines violence amongst young people, the perpetrators, victims, witnesses and the so-called ‘innocent bystanders’ and offers alternative perspectives to reckless and abusive behaviour. It’s Tula’s birthday party and the theme is a Blues Brothers Pizza Night. Heaps of people arrive, the music is pumping and everyone is having a great time. When Tula’s parents leave the party, things change. Two boys begin a feud and what starts as a bit of fun quickly escalates into an alcohol-fuelled war reaching a shocking climax.

Lucky Country was created with the assistance of students from the International Grammar School in Sydney and is a timely look at multi-cultural Australia, current global debates on the refugee crisis and the role the media plays in shaping public opinion. When a young refugee boy arrives at Cook Vale High School, he is given the name ‘Lucky’ by the enthusiastic and open-hearted principal of the school. Two boys in his class are not so open-hearted and their ‘special welcome’ of the new student triggers a chain of events which engulfs the whole community.

Currency Press | 978-1-76062-187-2 | Sales rights: worldwide, except Aust/NZ | PB
Zeal Theatre Collection
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Zeal Theatre Collection

The Stones / Taboo / Burnt

Tom Lycos and Stefo Nantsou
The Stones
Based on a true story of two boys charged with manslaughter after throwing rocks from a freeway overpass and killing a motorist. This internationally renowned play was created in 1996 and has been performed worldwide including: the National Theatre London; New Victory Theatre, New York; De Krakeling, Amsterdam; and a cowshed in Horn-Zaingrub, Austria.


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Commissioned by the Sydney Theatre Company, Taboo deals with date rape, internet dating, and the ripple effects of sexual assault.

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Set in the fictitious town of Gilpendry, Burnt was born from the true stories of regional Australian families and young people struggling with the stresses and strains of prolonged drought.


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Cast : Stones - 4M / Burnt - 9M, 1F / Taboo - 11M, 3F (doubling possible)
Performance Rights : Zeal Theatre -
Currency Press | 978-0-86819-906-1 | Sales: worldwide | PB