When:
June 6, 2017 @ 7:30 pm – June 10, 2017 @ 7:30 pm
2017-06-06T19:30:00+10:00
2017-06-10T19:30:00+10:00
Where:
Irene Mitchell Studio
44 St Martins Ln
South Yarra VIC 3141
Australia
Mojo @ Irene Mitchell Studio | South Yarra | Victoria | Australia

MOJO by Jez Butterworth

 

WHEN: 6-10th June, 2017
WHERE: Irene Mitchell Studio, 44 St Martins Lane, South Yarra 

TICKETS: $20 Students $30 Adults

 

Patalog Collective presents its debut theatrical production and the Melbourne Premiere of Jez Butterworth’s wickedly funny ‘MOJO’.

 

TICKETS ON SALE AT: https://www.tickethost.com.au/eview.aspx?Perf=1781&Event=1174

 

British playwright Jez Butterworth takes audiences on a brutally funny journey through the seedy, amphetamine-fuelled, Rock’n’Roll underbelly of 1950s London. MOJO follows a hapless gang of would-be gangsters, seduced by the promise of fame and fortune, fighting for control of the next big Rock’n’Roll sensation, teenage singer, Silver Johnny.

Fast paced, terrifying, yet brilliantly ludicrous, this Tarantino-esque play catapulted Butterworth to his first Olivier Award for Best New Comedy and sparked a new genre of British crime drama, including what are now immensely popular films Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch.

Created for young artists, by young artists, Patalog Collective is an emerging theatre and production company dedicated to giving younger creatives a platform to explore their passion for the arts at a professional level.

For our debut production we have a young, exciting and extremely talented cast and creative team who can’t wait to get their teeth stuck into Butterworth’s brilliant work.

 

POTTS: Tom Jones
SWEETS: Mark Yeates
BABY: Ben Walter
SKINNY: Vinnie Attanasio
MICKEY: David John Watton
SILVER JOHNNY: Sam Hunt


Directed by
 Ben Walter
Designed by Dann Barber
Lighting Design by Caitlyn Staples
Sound Design by Sam Hunt
Produced by Meg Duncan and Ben Walter

 

At face value, MOJO is simply a fast paced dark comedy; pure entertainment so to speak. However, underneath the dense dialogue and claustrophobic setting, the audience finds themselves presented with a unique exploration into masculinity and the vulnerabilities of brotherhood.

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