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Lucy, a 30-something Korean adoptee, confronts the riotous side of family in this surreal new Australian comedy.
Fleeing her break up and her manic Melbourne routine, Lucy finds herself taking refuge in the calm and familiar countryside. But it turns out the home of her adoptive, white Australian baby-boomer parents ain’t quite the place for peace and quiet.
Enter Kim Han, a charismatic Korean Popstar who tips Lucy’s personal crisis into a complete tailspin. But there’s more to this obsession than K-Pop and karaoke…
As friction within the family home reaches climax, Lucy raises the roof with the ones who raised her to question the very meaning of ‘home’.
Ra Chapman—one of Malthouse Theatre’s 2018/19 writers in residence—makes her mainstage debut with this audacious and comical new play.
PRODUCTION PARTNERS AND SUPPORTERS
Malthouse Theatre presents K-Box. Commissioned by Malthouse Theatre through the Living Now program, supported by Australia Council for the Arts and the Malcolm Robertson Foundation.
Key Image: Zan Wimberley
|CAST INCLUDES /||
Maude Davey, Susanna Qian
|SET & COSTUME DESIGN /||
|LIGHTING DESIGN /||
Event & ticketing details
Dates & Times
|PREVIEWS||8pm Fri 29 May, 8pm Sat 30 May, Mon 1 Jun, 7pm Tue 2 Jun|
|OPENING NIGHT||8pm, Wed 3 Jun|
|TIME TO TALK & AUSLAN INTERPRETED||7pm, Tue 9 Jun|
|AUDIO DESCRIBED||7pm, Tue 16 Jun|
|SENIORS PERFORMANCE||6pm, Sun 14 Jun|
Malthouse Theatre, 113 Sturt St, Southbank 3006Get directions
TrainAny train to Flinders Street, then a 12-minute stroll through Melbourne’s sparkling Arts Precinct.
TramThe No. 1 South Melbourne tram goes right past our door. Get off at Stop 18. Any tram down St Kilda Road—jump off at Grant Street, Stop 17 and take a 3-minute walk.
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