A woman sits on a bus and talks to the strangers around her. Or is she at home talking to herself? Or is she in a theatre talking to us? Has she been through an ordeal, or is it a fantasy? Is she traumatised, or is she just messing with us?

Duncan Graham’s Cut is a theatrical riddle which travels the precarious line between fantasy and reality, thought and action.

Graham and director Sarah John are long time collaborators who have developed a series of bold new works. Cut is their next theatrical investigation, created over a number of years and finally brought to life by the fearless Anita Hegh.

Possible confession, possible fantasy. Is she being stalked by a strange man? Or is she playing a cruel game with us? You decide.


Anita Hegh


By Duncan Graham
Director Sarah John
Dramaturg Iain Sinclair
Composer & Sound Designer Ekrem Mulayim
Lighting Designer Danny Pettingill
Production Stage Manager Michael Maclean


[Anita Hegh] gives us the most concentrated and amazing 50 minutes you’re likely to see this or any other year.

Diana Simmonds | Stage Noise

…Cut is an intriguing and complete work of art and shouldn’t be missed.

Jason Blake | The Sydney Morning Herald

All I can say is what you’ve heard about Anita Hegh’s performance is true – she is stunning – and one of the truly great actors of this era.

Augusta Supple | augustasupple.com