The Plays of Lois Achimovich

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Red Silk (2011)

POETRY / SEX / TRANSGRESSION

Anne Sexton was a confessional poet, a friend and colleague of Sylvia Plath and a winner of the Pulitzer Prize. She put words to the thoughts and actions of the early 1960s feminists.

Martin, her first psychiatrist, diagnosed her as depressed. He suggested that she use writing and medication as a cure. When Martin engaged another psychiatrist to treat her in his absence, a bizarre and dangerous triangle was created.

ANNE: Roz Hammond (Muriel's Wedding,The Librarians)
MARTIN: Luke Hewitt (Taking Liberty, Road Train)
TED: Dan Luxton (Summer of the 17th Doll, Gallipoli's Deep Secrets)
WRITER: Lois Achimovich
DRAMATURG: Pippa Williamson
DIRECTOR: Aarne Neeme
SET DESIGN: Lawrie Cullen-Tait
PRODUCED by Red Silk Productions and Renee Newman-Storen
The Blue Room, James St, Northbridge, 13-31 March 2011
Previews 13-14 March
First night Tuesday 15 March
Tuesday to Saturday 7.00 pm, 2 hours with interval

Roz Hammond

Roz Hammond (Anne)

Luke Hewitt

Luke Hewitt (Martin)

Dan Luxton

Dan Luxton (Ted)

Craig Dalglish interview with the director

Courtney J. Pascoe review at Aussie Theatre

David Zampatti review

Nerida Dickinson review in artsHub

Promotional showreel on youtube


Lois Achimovich © 2011 | New: 3 September, 2011 | Now: 20 November, 2018