A new play by Daniel Nellor, performed live at the Toorak Manor Hotel.

In a city surronded by fire...

10 characters find love, or its absence, in 10 different encounters.

10 - 23 October, 2022
Toorak Manor - 220 Williams Road, Toorak


PHD student visits a sex worker. A compromised politician grooms his protege. Two old school friends rekindle a flame. An injured firefighter meets a bored nurse. Within a city negotiating a Summer of punishing bushfires, an uncommon group of people emerge searching for meaning and connection in a chaotic and frightening world.

Unfolding live in the unique and intimate setting at Toorak Manor, the Anthropocene Play Company brings Melbourne audiences a truly immersive experience. Characters guide you from room to room as each scene unfolds – the hotel itself cast in the rich emotional landscape of the play.

Limited seating, book now.

Performed by Jordan Fraser-Trumble, Kulan Farah, Tim Clarke, Sophie Muckart, Mikhaela Ebony, Ismail Taylor-Kamara, Sebastian Gunner, Catherine Morvell, Clare Larman, Pia O’Meadhra and Caitlin Langridge

Written by Daniel Nellor, after Schnitzler
Directed by Bronwen Coleman

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Proudly supported by Melbourne Fringe Cash for Creatives, Regional Arts Victoria Sustaining Creative Workers Initiative and the City of Casey Department of Arts and Cultural Development