By Stephen Carleton
Sea levels are rising. Forests are drying up. Species are dying. So … Who gives a !$*@ ?
In her air-conditioned compound, Basra knows she must do something as the world tilts into chaos. But what? And how? Meanwhile, her family think the best way to save the planet is to eat endangered animals and rely totally on fossil fuels. But Basra has a higher calling: There’s a turquoise elephant roaming the streets outside her triple-glazed window, watching her every move…
From multi-award winning writer Stephen Carleton, this shockingly black, black, black comedy is perilously close to reality.
1 Hr 45 Mins, including interval
Coarse Language, Sexual References, Climate Change References, Sudden Loud Sounds
Wheelchair access available
Sandra Harman, Jenny Bonney-Millet, Robert Wainwright, Heidi Scholl, Chloe Vasconcelos
Director/Design Lachlan Driscoll