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New queer indie company bub presents the world premiere of Angus Cameron’s fast-paced comedy about tennis and open relationships.

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Australian Open

Date: 29 Jan 2020

It’s Felix’s 31st birthday, but all his parents want to talk about over dinner is his boyfriend Lucas’ loss to Rodger Federer in the American Open the night before.

That is until Felix mentions that he and Lucas plan to continue their open relationship even if they decide to get married – a backhand smash that kicks off a debauched game of doubles.

In the lead up to the Australian Open, the two couples have to learn to play nice and maybe even listen to each other.

Then again, once you’re let into the club you’ve got to play by the rules, right?

Or is this truly the end to the sacred institution, which has definitely remained unchanged since, like, forever?

Fresh-faced queer indie theatre outfit, bub, presents the world premiere of Angus Cameron’s Australian Open – a fast-paced comedy about tennis and open relationships.

Directed by Riley Spadaro, the cast features Di Adams (Trevor), Miranda Daughtry (Things I Know to Be True), Patrick Jhanur (Single Asian Female, Banging Denmark), Tom Anson Mesker (A Taste of Honey) and Gerard Carroll (Once).

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