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I Want To Know What Love Is

For everyone who’s ever loved. For anyone who’s ever hurt. 

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Company: The Good Room
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I Want To Know What Love Is

Date: 28 Mar 2021

I Want To Know What Love Is throws a spotlight on long-buried memories, bedroom fantasies, crushes and conquests.

Acclaimed Queensland performance collective The Good Room asked members of the public to anonymously submit their stories of love – fragments and memories, confessions and admissions – and they’ve transformed those secret submissions into magnificent declarations centre stage.

Submission #87: “It’s been years, but I still think of you and wonder ‘What could have been?’

Submission #346: “I choose to say it did not fail. It just finished.”

Submission #302: “Jemma forever xo”

Following a sold-out premiere season in Brisbane Festival 2014 with Queensland Theatre, the work had a subsequent sold-out return at Brisbane Powerhouse’s Wonderland Festival in 2015, and a Melbourne season at Provocare Festival in 2017 and had a national tour in 2018.

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