AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE – REASONS TO BE PRETTY

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Greg and Stephanie have been together for a while when Greg says something pretty dumb to Stephanie that pushes her to the very edge. Their familiar struggles of wanting to be loved, wanting to feel attractive and wanting to understand each other are at the bedrock of this searing comedy.

Reasons to Be Pretty gets stuck into timeless arguments between women and men in LaBute's trademark frank, honest and arresting style. It is the third play in a thematic trilogy concerned with society’s obsession with looks, following LaBute’s The Shape of Things and Fat Pig.

Anyone who's ever written a letter to an ex, felt ugly, or generally wanted lover's revenge will be delighted by Reasons to be Pretty, LaBute's first play to transfer to Broadway (nominated for three Tony Awards).

Director: James Beach
Featuring: Julia Grace, Andrew Henry, Stephen James King, Lucy Maunder
Designer: Andrea Espinoza
Production Manager: Mikey Hamilton
Voice and Dialect Coach: Nick Curnow
Fight Director: Scott Witt

Darlinghurst Theatre

19 Greenknowe Ave. Potts Point. Sydney.

Season: 9 May – 3 June
Times: Tuesday – Saturday at 8pm, Sundays at 5pm

2 double passes to giveaway for Wed 9th May 2012 – Email: PRETTY on the 9th

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