Our Country’s Good
By Timberlake Wertenbaker
Main Stage Series
Directed by: Michael Bradford
November 30 - December 10, 2017
Running Time: TBD
Recommended Ages: 15 and up (R)
Nafe Katter Theatre
New South Wales, 1780s: The Sirius arrives on the shores of Australia bringing Royal Marines and convicts together in a penal colony. Second Lieutenant Ralph Clark stages the first play in Australia casting the convicts in an experiment to discover the rehabilitative power of art. Theft, escapes, and only two copies of the script provide the most of the drama in rehearsals, but the play ultimately turns the prison into an escape from punishment. Soon the lines blur between captors and captives and the players begin to discover the characters that lie within both on and off the stage. “Our Country’s Good” is an acclaimed and award-winning historical drama that provides both passion and humor and a look at the humanizing power of play.
Uncommon Sense Series Events
Dine with Design
Join us on Wednesday evenings prior to the show for dinner and conversation.
Wednesday, December 6th at 5:45pm in Location TBD
Tickets are $25* each and seating is limited to 25 patrons.
Join us after the show for a conversation with the cast and create team about the production.
Following the Thursday, December 7th 7:30pm and Saturday, December 9th 2:00pm performances
*Does not include tickets to the show.
Scenic Design / Morgan Raddatz
Costume Design / Corey Brittain
Lighting Design / Joey Morrissette
Sound Design / Erik Lawson
Dramaturg / TBD
Stage Manager / TBD
Captain Phillips/John Arscott / Nick Nudler
Major Robbie Ross (scots)/Ketch Freeman / AEA - TBD
Captain Collins/Robert Sidewats / Coleman Churchill
Captain Tench/Aborginal Australian/Black Saesar / Valerie Badjan
Captain Campall/Harry Brewer / AEA - TBD
Mary Brenham / Tabatha Gayle
Lt. George Johnston/Duckling / Emma Mathieu
Meg Long/John Wisehammer / Jacob Harris Wright
Lt. Will Dawes/Liz Morden / Braley Degenhardt
2nd Lt. Ralph Clark / Zack Dictakis
2nd Lt. Faddy/Dabby Bryant / Gillian Pardi
Rev. Johnson / Matthew Antoci