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Follow Me Home

Four emerging young actors take on multiple roles in a show that aims to shift your perspective.

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Follow Me Home

Date: 8 May 2019

Telling the truth, being honest and telling your story takes guts.

How do you tell your friend she can’t sleep over anymore?

How do you share something deeply personal with a sibling but keep things the same? How do three friends set up house together when they’re living day to day?

And what if being honest means you’re out on the street?

Written by Lewis Treston, Follow Me Home is a series of vignettes revealing the real stories of a group of strong, resilient and courageous young people across Australia.

Four emerging young actors – Laneikka Denne, Jordan Dulieu, Jasper Lee-Lindsay and Sofia Nolan – take on multiple roles in a show that aims to shift your perspective.

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2019 NIDA Student Productions
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ArchivedNIDA, Kensington, Sydney 8 - 21 Jun 2019

2019 NIDA Student Productions

NIDA's annual showcase features the next generation of Australia’s actors, artists and creative professionals.

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ArchivedRiverside Theatres, Parramatta, Sydney 6 - 8 Jun 2019

Passing It On

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Follow Me Home: Beyond Statistics
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ArchivedRiverside Theatres, Parramatta, Sydney 29 - 31 May 2019

Follow Me Home: Beyond Statistics

Lewis Treston's new play takes audiences beyond youth homelessness statistics and into individual circumstances.

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