We had a terrific reading earlier this month, with Stan Gottschalk and Jonathan Pedler taking us on a wonderful journey with Sam Shepard's Kicking a Dead Horse.
Now we hand over to director Georgie Todman for another powerful reading.
Long before becoming respectable with the award-winning family drama August: Osage County, Tracy Letts made a 'killer' debut with Killer Joe, a deep-fried Southern noir about an even more dysfunctional and dangerous family.
'Set in Dallas, Killer Joe revels in its white trash stereotypes, and gives you permission to do the same; it's pulp fiction which has it both ways, deriving humor from dirty realism. It's slick, it's well constructed, it knows exactly where it's going." - New York Daily News
Please join us for what will be another great night at Maggie's, and, if you'd like to put your hand up to be a part of it as an actor, be sure to get in touch with Georgie.
34 Paterson St, Launceston
Wed 12 July, 7:30pm
$5 a ticket. Members free.