Red Phoenix Theatre
Holden Street Theatres


Written By: Hannie Rayson
Directed By: Robert Kimber

The Benedict brothers are on opposite sides of the political divide. Eggs is the Minister for Home Security and prime minister-in-waiting. Tom is a refugee advocate and the head of a charitable foundation. The brothers have a relationship based on affection and respect. And in the jumble of family life they have managed to accommodate their ideological differences.

But on Christmas Day an Indonesian fishing boat packed with refugees goes down in the Indian Ocean. Two hundred and fifty people drown, and one man survives. What happens when two powerful, passionate and socially-committed brothers encounter deadly conflict?

Featuring an outstanding cast including: Joshua Coldwell, Cheryl Douglas, Brant Eustice, Michael Eustice, Fahad Farooque, Josh Mensch, Lyn Wilson, Tracey Walker and Alicia Zorkovic

Approx. Running Time: 2hrs 20mins including interval

Performance Dates:
Opening Night Thurs May 18th at 7.30pm

Then Fri 19th, Sat 20th, Wed 24th, Thurs 25th, Fri 26th and Sat 27th May all at 7.30pm

Matinee on Sun 21st May @ 2.00pm

Holden Street Theatres - The Studio
34 Holden Street

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Phone - 8225 8888
At the door subject to availability

Full - $24.50
Concession - $17.50
Group Bookings (6+) - $19.50