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Eamon Flack finished his BA at the University of Queensland in 2000 and trained as an actor at WAAPA from 2001 to 2003. Since graduating he has worked as an actor, director, writer and dramaturg for Bell Shakespeare’s Mind’s Eye; ThinIce; Sydney Theatre Company; Perth International Arts Festival; Griffin Stablemates; PlayWriting Australia; the Ensemble Theatre; ArtRage; Deckchair Theatre; the Old Fitzoy; Darlinghurst Theatre; and the Belvoir Theatre in Sydney.

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Sophocles (adapted by Eamon Flack)

Polyneices and Eteocles, two brothers leading opposite sides in Thebes’ civil war, have both been killed in battle. Creon, the new ruler of Thebes, has declared that Eteocles will be honoured and Polyneices disgraced. The rebel brother’s body will not be sanctified by holy rites, and will lay unburied to become the food of carrion animals. Defying Creon’s edict Antigone buries her brother and in so doing unleashes a terrible tragedy.

  • What a great piece of theatre! The adaptation by Eamon Flack retains the power of the original, while making it not so much up to date, as timeless. -  ArtsHub

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Cast : 4M, 4F
Currency Press | 978-0-86819-880-4 | Sales rights: worldwide | PB
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by Anton Chekhov, adapted by Eamon Flack

Eamon Flack
Nikolai Ivanov is losing his mind. His life used to be full of possibility, but now he's moneyless on an old farm with his mendicant uncle and his inexplicably happy if slightly criminal cousin. He's in debt to his neighbours, nothing much makes sense to him anymore, and worst of all, his wife is dying. But one afternoon at a local birthday party, a glimmer of a new life reveals itself...

Written when he was 27, Ivanov is Anton Chekhov's first full-length play. Eamon Flack's adaptation was written specially for Belvoir. Updated to the present, and set in a 'Russia' that may or may not resemble modern Australia, this is the first professional production of Chekhov's marvellous, overlooked comedy.

Cast : 5M; 5F
Currency Press | 978-1-92500-555-4 | Sales rights: worldwide | PB