Berlin – A Provocative Thriller

Don’t miss this provocative thriller by celebrated Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith

Review

“Berlin,” featuring Julia Lambert and Jeremy Just, unveils the magnetic pull of Berlin through the tale of Charlotte, a German bartender, and Tom, an Australian tourist. Their mutual love for music, art, and wine intertwines as they navigate each other’s life stories. Charlotte and Tom’s chemistry sparks a night of intimacy and self-discovery as their paths converge and diverge. 

A twist at the end connects the entire storyline, leaving the audience contemplating the profound impact that fleeting encounters can have on our lives.

“Berlin” is a must-see production with compelling performances of a theatrical journey that resonates long after the curtains fall.

        – Sen Mack (Author)

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About the play

Boy meets Girl. Girl likes Boy. Flirting ensues. The chemistry’s real. She’s a German bartender, he’s an Aussie backpacker. Back at her Berlin loft, the dance of desire intensifies. But all is not what it seems and sparks soon become barbs.
A powerfully intelligent play where romance quickly shifts into a suspenseful, ethical dilemma, and picking a side is harder than it looks.

Berlin

Written by Joanna Murray-Smith
Directed by Natasha Boyd

CAST:
Charlotte      –      Julia Lambert
Tom               –      Jeremy Just

Location

Heidelberg Theatre Company
36 Turnham Avenue,
Rosanna  Vic  3084

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Ticket costs from $23.00-$28.00

Dates & Times

Friday April 19 – Saturday May 4, 2024

Evenings at 8pm:   

April 19, 24, 25, 26, 27
May 1, 2, 3, 4

Weekend Matinees at 2pm:

April 20, 21, 27, 28