When I Was Five
by Jeff Baron
Director: Brett Turner
Season dates: 20 April to 6 May 2017
A humorous, emotional journey of discovery and self acceptance. Will, a screenwriter in his 30s, goes to see Ellen, a slightly unconventional therapist, to figure out why he’s never had a successful relationship. She helps him realise that he’s never really dealt with a childhood tragedy. Using a creative technique, she shows Will the way this affected him as a boy, and unlocks barriers that help him see a better future.
From the author of the acclaimed Visiting Mr Green, an Australian premiere.
Sunday 12 February from 12pm; Monday 13 February from 7.30 pm
Venue: 2-4 Albert Street, Williamstown 3016
For enquiries and to make audition appointment, please contact the director Brett Turner: [email protected]
All require East Coast American accent
** Note: . It is a requirement that everyone involved with this production must have a current Working With Children Check, therefore if you are cast you must apply for one. This is free and can be done online. Our organisation is committed to child safety. We have zero tolerance of child abuse.
WILL: mid-late 30’s
Screenwriter, can come across as neurotic and self obsessed. Not good with confrontation. Has difficulty forming relationships with others
Therapist. Comes across as cool, collected, self assured – almost cold – but has her own demons to contend with.
Will when he was a child.