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Crying Chair Theatre presents the Sydney premiere of Australian writer Kate Wyvill's family drama.

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Marbles

Date: 7 Nov 2018

Stanley was once a highly successful businessman who ran his family with the same force of personality as he ran his business.

But now that his patriarchal authority has diminished due to the incapacitating creep of Alzheimer’s disease, he is dependent upon the full-time care of his eldest daughter.

Stanley, however, still has his power over one thing; a promise he made with his three daughters several years ago. As his three daughters gather to celebrate his birthday, will they agree to uphold the promise?

Crying Chair Theatre present the Sydney premiere of Australian writer Kate Wyvill’s family drama. Christine Greenough directs. Richard Cotter, Emma Dalton, Sarah Plummer, Mel Day and Tricia Youlden feature.

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