Presented by the Intercultural Theatre Project
The Intercultural Theatre Project presents ONE BAD APPLE, a mysterious and melodramatic whodunnit set in a Melbourne secondary school.
Something very strange and sinister happened at detention on Thursday. Everyone is shifting the blame, and nobody is what they seem. The only way to uncover the truth is to enter the unreliable memories of the four teenage suspects: the ambitious school captain candidate Veronica Smoothe, her beautiful but brainless deputy Brodie Boulos, the scientific genius scholarship student Anita Ahmad, and the infamous YouTube prank artist Eden Walker.
This year the ICTP brings together students from East Preston Islamic College and Reservoir High School, who collaborated to write and develop this piece. The play explores themes of perception and expectation through a melodramatic, comedic and mysterious lens.
The Intercultural Theatre Project is an initiative of Interact Theatre, a community theatre company which aims to strengthen community ties by facilitating collaborative creative projects for young emerging artists. The ICTP is supported by the City of Darebin through the Community Support Program.
Friday 30 September 2016 – 7pm, Saturday 1 October 2016 – 2pm and 7pm