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Wink

One relationship falls apart while another blossoms in Jen Silverman's comedy about the thin line between civilisation and savagery.

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Wink

Date: 24 Jun 2019

Sofie and Gregor are drifting apart.

Their cat, Wink, is missing, and the only thing they share is their psychiatrist.

Then Wink turns up on the psychiatrist’s couch …

One relationship falls apart – while another blossoms – as violent desires, domestic terrorism, and relentless feline vengeance drip from this ominous comedy about the thin line between civilisation and savagery from Jen Silverman, the acclaimed writer of The Moors and Collective Rage.

Anthony Skuse directs this Sydney premiere production. Eloise Snape, Matthew Cheetham, Graeme McRae and Sam O’Sullivan feature.

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