By Jordan Shea Director Erin Taylor

  • Venue Downstairs Theatre
  • Dates 20 November – 8 December 2019

    Due to popular demand two extra shows have been added for Kasama Kita for Saturday 7 December at 2.15pm and Sunday 8 December at 5.15pm.

    It is 1974, and a political uprising that has compromised the safety of millions in the Philippines, brings Nancy, Antero and Cory to Balmain, Sydney. They are to train as nurses under the watchful eye of a jaded Matron, who echoes the sentiments of a harsh and unwelcoming Australia.

    45 years later, the now estranged trio must reconnect under grave circumstances. This is an untold story of first generation immigrants that have shaped the Australia we know today.

    A new work by Jordan Shea, originally developed as part of the Q-Lab Artist in Residence program, and further at Q Theatre.

    Presented in association with Aya Productions


    Writer Jordan Shea
    Director Erin Taylor
    Producer Emma Diaz
    Production Designer Emma White
    Lighting Designer Kelsey Lee
    Sound Designer Clare Hennessy
    Assistant Director Mark Paguio
    Stage Manager Adrienne Patterson



    Kip Chapman
    Jude Gibson
    Kenneth Moraleda
    Monica Sayers

    Teresa Tate Britten

    • WHAT IS 25A?

      This show is part of 25A.
      It has been made by independent and emerging artists.
      They have produced and marketed it themselves.
      They get 100% of the box office and the theatre for free.
      Their task is to make a show for less than $1500.

      Thanks for supporting the artists of the future.

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