The Places You'll Go
Cast & Crew
TOM HALLS ( Postman No 1 ) is a graduate of Acting at the VCA and co-founder of Hotel Now; a company that fosters daring new projects engaging in a collaborative process. Tom’s artistic practice interrogates the status quo of masculinity and challenges the relationship between audience and performer. Recent projects that have explored this are the sell-out season of Bette & Joan: BITCH. SLUT. LIAR. WHORE. at La Mama Theatre 2016 and Sad Digger Mad Mary La Mama 2017. He was awarded the 2013 Cassidy Bequest, which allowed him to travel to New York and Intern with PS122 on their COIL Festival, creating ongoing International artistic partnerships. Currently, Tom is developing a new trash performance personality to become a vehicle for social agitation and a beacon for challenging the role of trigger warnings in live performance. Recent credits include Sad Digger Mad Mary Midsumma 2017; What’s Yours Is Mine Poppy Seed Festival 2016; Nothing Special Melbourne Fringe 2016; Cast Party: Dance Magic Dance The Boon Companions 2016; Birdland VIP Hotel Experience MTC 2015. www.tomhalls.com.au
SEAN REES ( Postman No 2 )
Grew up surrounded by performers and has been acting since the age of five, first appearing in the Australian feature Jindabyne 2006. Since, Sean has worked extensively on Australian film & TV titles, including My Year Without Sex 2009; Killing Time (Channel 7) Rush (Channel 10).
Most recently, he completed shooting concurrently on the two-part miniseries Secret River, and Nowhere Boys (ABC). Sean graduated from high-school at the end of 2016 and is looking forward to a career in the theatre.
HILA BEN GERA (Writer & Woman In A Hurry)
Hila is an actress, playwright, and director. She was born in Israel and moved to NYC in 2010. She is the founder and Artistic Director of Lama Theater Company, based Off-Broadway at the Kraine Theater, NYC.
She is a graduate of “The SLA, Performing Arts Institute,” in Tel Aviv, Israel. In 2008, Hila founded the “Black Laundry Theater Ensemble” in Tel Aviv. Since the launching of “Black Laundry,” her artistic interests have continued to grow as a playwright and as a director. She competed Julie McKee’s Advanced Playwrights training in Herbert Berghof Studio, NYC. She has written and starred in original plays, theatre productions and festivals throughout Israel and NYC. Her full-length play “The Places You'll Go” ran as a co-production at Dixon's mainstage in 2014 and at Adelaide Fringe Festival 2017.
She’s currently finishing her next full-length play, “Lonely People are Always Up in the Middle of the Night.”
ALEX ROE (Work Weary Man/Man In Suit)
Alex is a recent graduate of RADA’s MA Theatre Lab; an extensive course focused on devising experimental work as well as highly intensive training in the theatrical forms of Stanislavski, Brecht, Copeau, Meyerhold and Grotowski. 2016’s theatre credits include ‘FEAR’ GBS Studio (RADA); Language Tree Bloomsbury Festival (Senate Hall); Women of Troy International Festival of Ancient Messene (Messene, Greece).
Alex was the winner of Short +Sweet festival’s ‘Best Actor’ award (2010) and has been a member of Attic Erratic’s ensemble since 2010. Alex has worked on projects for companies such as Bell Shakespeare & Pop-up Playground and Quiet Little Fox.
GRACE LOWRY (Work Weary Woman/Cloud)
Grace is the 2017 Graduate Ensemble Member of Melbourne’s Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre. After completion of her training at 16th Street School. She’s been in several short films, live projects, and other arty things, and hopes to continue her run of working with a majority of female directors.
Come to Red Stitch later this year to catch her on stage and after the show to discuss life, living and how to save theatre.
CASSANDRA FUMI (Director) creates interdisciplinary, social and performative experiments as well as new writing for theatre. Cassandra has worked extensively in London, Europe and Australia. Recent credits include Nadja after André Breton The Cockpit Theatre, Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre (London 2016), An Act Of Self-Destruction (VAULT Festival & Ply Gallery 2016), Poker Face (2016 London & Trieste International Arts Festival), Wednesday Addams (Melbourne Fringe). Recent touring SM credits include; Thebes Land (Arcola Theatre), Sleepless (Analogue, Shoreditch Town Hall & German tour), Kieran Hodgson's Lance (UK Tour, Soho Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe Festival), The Marriage Of Figaro (Uk Tour, Opera Up Close), Hysterical (Hoax Theatre, Brighton Fringe), Bex and Rex In the Beastly Brecks (Tangram Theatre), Crude Prospects (VAULT Festival) & Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone (VAULT Festival). Cassandra is a member of London’s Young Vic Directors Program since 2015 and is an assessor for the Edinburgh Fringe Total Theatre Awards. www.cassandrafumi.com
PRODUCED BY LAMA THEATER
DESIGN Natasha Lacey
MUSIC Shai Fishman
DRAMATURGE Erez Drigues
THANK YOU so much to, Donna and Michael Badura, Ehud Hauben, Sheree Holly at Dancespace Adelaide, Beit Shalom, Habonim Dror, Kith from Asian Food Wholesalers, The Eagle Nest Theatre, Tess & Troy of AirBnB, The Garage International, Lonnie Mackertich, Luc Favre, Izzy Roberts Orr, Adelaide Fringe Festival and Dr Seuss for sending us to great places.