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A new play about the front lines of normal life.
Suzie’s at the top of her game. She’s devoted the best years of her life to reporting from the dangerous front lines all over the world.
But even the most resilient foreign correspondents need to come home one day. What happened to Australia while she was away? And what happened to her?
A ratbaggy, wise play by a writer who’s seen it all first hand, and has learnt how to ask the pointed questions.
I’m sure everyone’s familiar with Sally from her work at the ABC. She’s lived more than most of us would if we had several lifetimes. And her play is a remarkable debut. It’s about our complicated world, and it’s full of heart.
– Eamon Flack
Principal Partner Ord Minnett.
Stop Girl is the proud recipient of the Blake Beckett Trust Award.
Supported by The Group.
HOW YOU CAN ASSIST AFGHANISTAN.
You can help make a real difference to Afghan women and children by donating to Mahboba’s Promise today. Mahboba’s Promise is a not-for-profit organisation working in Australia and on the ground in Afghanistan, creating much needed help and support for disadvantaged women and children. Mahboba’s Promise was founded by Mahboba Rawi, an Afghan refugee and now an Australian citizen, who has experienced first-hand the effects of a country torn apart by years of war and civil unrest.
A cast of five including:
By Sally Sara
Director Anne-Louise Sarks
Set Designer Robert Cousins
Costume Designer Mel Page
Lighting Designer Paul Jackson
Composer/Sound Designer Stefan Gregory
Associate Composer/Sound Designer Hamed Sadeghi
Assistant Director Hannah Goodwin
Stage Manager Luke McGettigan
Assistant Stage Manager Cecilia Nelson
Fight, Movement and Intimacy Director Nigel Poulton
Video Deviser and Cinematographer Jack Saltmiras
Video Content Creator and Systems Susie Henderson
20 March – 25 April
Saturday 2pm & 7.30pm
Thursday 1pm, 8 April
Saturday 7.30pm, 20 March
Sunday 6.30pm, 21 March
Tuesday 7.30pm, 23 March
Opening Night (Invitation Only)
Wednesday 7.30pm, 24 March
Thursday 1pm, 15 April
Thursday 1pm, 22 April
Tuesday 6 April, directly following the performance
Mobile captioned performance
Saturday 2pm, 10 April
Audio described performance
Saturday 2pm, 24 April
Wednesday 11.30am, 31 March
*No performance Good Friday, 2 April
+ Sat Mat
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|Full Price (adult)^||From $88||From $94||From $78||From $83||From $89||From $73|
|Mates Rates (Adult)||From $78||From $84||From $68||From $78||From $84||From $68|
|Senior*||From $78||From $84||From $68||From $73||From $79||From $63|
|Concession†||From $63||From $69||From $53||From $58||From $64||From $48|
|30-Down#||From $61||From $51||From $56||From $46|
|Previews||From $56||From $56||From $51||From $51|
|Student Saver#||From $48||From $38||From $43||From $33|
~ Bookings of 10+ full price adult tickets receive a $10 discount per ticket.
^ Tickets to Saturday and Sunday performances may have an added $5 surcharge.
* Seniors prices are available with an eligible Australian Government-issued Seniors Card.
† Concession prices are available with a full-time student card, Centrelink Pensioner concession card, Veterans’ Affairs cards, and to members of Actors Equity (MEAA), and ArtsHub, and HotHouse Theatre Subscribers.
# 30-Down and Student Saver prices are available for Previews, Tuesday evening, Wednesday evening, Thursday evening, Friday evening, and Saturday matinees.
To claim any concessions you must provide proof.
Full ticket terms and conditions can be found on the Ticket Prices page.
★★★★½: ‘Outstanding’The Sydney Morning Herald
“Anne-Louise Sarks directs a strong, unfussy production that foregrounds the strengths of Sara’s work”Limelight
“Sara is one of Australia’s finest journalists, and you can feel in it Stop Girl’s rigour: the clarity of story; its distillation of truths into top-line events that progress thoughtfully over the course of the play”The Guardian
“Sheridan Harbridge, as this central character, plays the professionalism and then the breakdown very powerfully”The Australian
★★★★: “Wonderfully observed background characters, in the form of Suzie’s best friend, her mother and her Afghani born producer demonstrate sensitive and acutely observed writing and acting”ArtsHub
“There is unequivocal passion and honesty in Sara’s writing”Time Out
The high price of childbirth in Afghanistan Sally Sara’s 2011 report from a maternity hospital in Afghanistan for ABC Radio’s PM program. Listeners may find this report distressing.
Stop Girl: Peace after Pain Limelight Magazine
Haunted by Afghanistan, Sally Sara turned her trauma into a play Australian Financial Review