SUBSCRIPTION SEASON 2014

DAVID WILLIAMSON'S
Managing Carmen

AFL star. Brownlow medallist.
Cross-dresser.

Performances

Friday 18 July 7.30pm *
Saturday 19 July 2.00pm
Saturday 19 July 7.30pm

* Followed by Meet and Greet with cast and crew

PRE-SHOW DINING OFFER

PRE-SHOW DINING OFFER

Aroma Café, located right next to the theatre, is offering Managing Carmen ticket holders a special pre-show dinner deal*. Simply present your tickets on ordering.

Choose a pasta or a pizza dish, or gourmet burger.
Plus a glass of Chain of Fire Semillon Sauvignon Blanc or Merlot, or a beer for just $18.
(Other options available on the menu, all at very affordable prices.)

To make a reservation, call 3210 6656 or email qut@aromacafe.com.au

*Valid on 18 - 19 July. Please note that Aroma Café will not be open for the evening performance on Saturday 19 July.

Tickets

General $42
Concession $34
Pensioner $28
Full-time student $28
Schools $20

Brent Lyall is at the top of his game and should be on top of the world: captain of the most powerful football club in Australia, he has two medals and a beautiful girlfriend on his arm; but something is holding him back from being the charismatic hero everyone expects.

Off the field, Brent hides a secret obsession ... a penchant for designer dresses and a preference for stilettos. Brent's alter ego 'Carmen' is about to go public. With millions at stake from endorsement deals, Brent's ruthless manager will do anything to keep his private fetish under wraps.

Hilarious ... Williamson has not lost his touch.

ArtsHub

... all the wit of Williamson's 1978 hit The Club, with a twist.

The Australian

... a memorable and highly accessible evening of entertainment.

Theatre People

Reviews

ArtsHub

Megaphone Oz

Theatre People

Canberra Times

Starring

Jamieson Caldwell
Brandon Burke
Hannah Norris
Annie Last
Trent Baker

Author

David Williamson

Director

Denis Moore

Warnings

Strong language
and adult themes

Duration

120 minutes (including 20 minute interval)

Produced by

Christine Harris
& HIT Productions

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This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding bodies and advisory body.