Out Of Place, 12 new monologues for performers aged 16 – 22, is now available from Currency Press. Written by some of Australia’s hottest new writers for the stage, the pieces explore ideas of belonging and identity as they relate to place in contemporary Australia. The collections also features essays on writing, performing and directing monologues from leading theatremakers and filmmakers.
The combined monologues of The Voices Project 2011 and 2012 are also available in a further collection published by Currency Press.
21 seven-minute monologues by some of Australia’s brightest emerging playwrights feature in the collection, and they are as exciting and as vibrant as the young peole that wrote them.
Looking at the experience of first love in Tell It Like It Isn’t, and of first death in The One Sure Thing, these stories reveal new voices and new perspectives.
Developed through atyp’s Fresh Ink program and written at the Fresh Ink National Studio, the collection is an indispensable tool and source of inspiration for young writers, performers and directors.
Purchase the collection, here.