In Andrew Bovell’s postmodern masterpiece, ‘When the Rain Stops Falling’, four generations grapple with the lure of Australia. Once thought to be the end of the world, Australia has been both a place of banishment and the ultimate escape. Red Dog’s multimedia theatre project explores this paradox under a soundscape of relentless rainfall. Bovell ensures that every line is packed with weighted-meaning and the cast ooze with sincerity. The result is breath-taking.
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