Anthology: A Change in the Weather

A collection of short plays • Running Time: 65 mins
By Louis Viljoen, Nicholas Spagnoletti & Jon Keevy | Featuring Adrian Collins & Amy Wilson | Directed by Louis Viljoen, Megan Furniss & Jason Potgieter
Three writers, two actors, make an anthology of short plays on the theme 'A Change in the Weather'.

Jon Keevy's Bullet Point an enigmatic package throws two con artists into a tight spot.
In Nicholas Spagnoletti's Drowned Bride, a best man and a bride find themselves at the bottom of the Atlantic, dead, after the wedding went horribly wrong.
And there's Louis Viljoen's Tropicalypse: Some hangovers feel like the end of the world; some hangovers are the end of the world.

The writers were given the theme, and aside from constraints on cast-size and set, total freedom. Brilliant acting talents Adrian Collins and Amy Wilson are up for the challenge that Anthology presents.

Anthology: A Change in the Weather was first presented in a limited run in December 2014. Anthology is the brainchild of Nicholas Spagnoletti and Louis Viljoen, hatched as a platform for local writers to experiment with short format plays, network, and have fun. The first short run was over too soon, so before moving on to the next edition we decided to reprise this. However Candice D'Arcy, one of the writer-directors, has moved on to Australia so Jon Keevy has filled in with a contribution. Brendon Daniels, who was in D'Arcy's piece, will return in Anthology Two scheduled for August.

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