PAST PRODUCTIONS

Whose Uterus Is It Anyway
2018
The Old 505

What happens when an IUD, HRT, an STI and an abortion walk into a bar?

 

Have you ever wanted to take a peek at the privatest privates of complete strangers? Have a squiz at their naughty bits? A geez at their ganders? Well now you can!  Whose Uterus is it Anyway is the waiting room gameshow where contestants must compete to receive their treatment. It’s a game of reproductive health and our players will be fighting it out to receive an IUD, Hormone Replacement Therapy, an STI test and an abortion- all in front of a live studio audience. Our Host will guide the contestants through a series of trials and tribulations, making sure to keep things interesting. In between challenges, the personal lives of the contestants will be put on display. But don’t worry- it’s all information they gave the doctor.

 

Playing the game we have Mary the nun, Michelle the wine-mum, Lila the millennial and Tom our dark horse.

“Director Eve Beck’s production is played high and bright and very capably” - Jason Blake, Audrey Journal 2018

Cast and Creatives

Director | Eve Beck

Writer | Georgina Adamson

Stage Manager | Claire Furgurson

Producer | Madelaine Osborn

Set/costume Designer: Camille Ostrowsky

Sound Designer: Alex Lee Rekers

Lighting Designer: Martin Kinnane

With; Toby Blome, Ally Morgan, Finn Murphy, Annie Stafford and Chelsea Needham

INJEST (Remounted)

2018

KXT bAKEHOUSE

What’s for dinner? Sweat, blood, vomit? Would you like fries with that?

 

INJEST is a set menu of ridiculousness, using food to explore the questionable habits of society and pushing them to the grotesque. The show is three sharp and satirical sketches, which incorporate heightened comedy and farcical characters to guide the audience through this crazy meal. For dinner we’ll be serving Lift, Chicken Curry and Sunday Roast.

 

INJEST is fast, funny and accessible. A taste-tester for the first time theatre goer (and hopefully a treat). Bite Productions are reviving this tasty morsel for KXT Step Up Festival following a successful season at Perth Fringeworld.

 

You’ll be left sticky as soft drink runs down your chin. Queasy from your curry. And your final meal of meat and two veg is definitely not how your mum used to make it.

Cast and Creatives

Director | Eve Beck

Writer | Georgina Adamson

Producer | Bite Productions

Designer | Camille Ostrowsky

LX Designer | Kelsey Boyd

Sound Designer | Alex Lee Rekers

 

With Madelaine Osborn, Hudson Emery & Jesse Alston.

Crackers

2017

Giant Dwarf, Bondi Pavilion, Old 505

 

“It’s not that people don’t want to date you because you have bipolar, people don’t want to date you because you’re kind of a cunt”

 

It’s the final meeting for a youth living with bipolar support group- it’s Christmas, there’s cake, what could go wrong? Tensions run high as four young people attempt to grapple with the challenges and intricacies of living with a serious mental illness. Jonah needs to connect, Snake needs attention, Mackenzie needs her medication and Jessica desperately needs to hold it all together. They’re lead through the session by their fearless but fumbling leader Alex who keeps looking to Jesus for help (but he doesn’t seem to have the answers).

Crackers is a one-act black comedy that aims to explain bipolar, destigmatize bipolar but ultimately confront the audience with the realities of youth mental illness.

Crackers shows that there are many faces of bipolar. It's not about the "crazy" person acting out in public, or someone who can't drag themselves out of bed… Crackers challenges you to think of mental health in a different way because "everyone wants to support bipolar but no one wants to see it."

 

Kate Nielson for TwentySomethingHumans (2017)

Cast and Creatives

Director | Eve Beck

Writer | Georgina Adamson

Rehearsal Director | Mikaela Atallah

Stage Manager | Emma Paterson/Jessica Pantano

Producer | Madelaine Osborn

Jonah | Rueben Thompson/Sam Marques

Snake | Tom Matthews

Jessica | Jessica Murphy

Mackenzie | Madelaine Osborn

Cabin Pressure

2016

107 Projects

 

The Mile-High Club isn’t really what it’s cracked up to be.

 

Cabin Pressure is a turbulent, romantic comedy set 15000 feet above the ground. The journey follows Jack and Marie, returning from their holiday more in love than ever- or so they think. Sassy flight attendant (and wannabe relationship coach) Scarlet has other ideas.

 

This flight will tickle your fancy, turn your stomach and distort your ideas of gender and relationships.

 

"The writing was shocking and relevant with plenty of hilariously timed tid-bits, and pop-culture references which us millenials just love... the production as a whole was impeccable and the entire cast was memorable... A truly stellar production. Keep an eye out for these guys."

 

Alessandra Mellville for Twenty Something Humans (2016)

Cast and Creatives

Director | Eve Beck

Jack | Ben Chapple

Scarlet | May Grehan

Marie | Madelaine Osborn

INJEST

2015- 2016

Sprung Festival, Red Rattler, Perth Fringeworld

 

What’s for dinner? Sweat, blood, vomit? Would you like fries with that?

 

INJEST is a set menu of ridiculousness, using food to explore the questionable habits of society and pushing them to the grotesque. The show is three sharp and satirical sketches, which incorporate heightened comedy and farcical characters to guide the audience through this crazy meal. For dinner we’ll be serving Lift, Chicken Curry and Sunday Roast.

 

INJEST is fast, funny and accessible. A taste-tester for the first time theatre goer (and hopefully a treat).

 

Cast and Creatives

Director | Eve Beck

Writer | Georgina Adamson

Producer/Designer | Madelaine Osborn

Designer | Charlie Batten

Stage Manager | Emma Paterson

Assistant Stage Manager | Charlotte Burgess

 

With Georgina Adamson, Jesse Alston & Hudson Emery

"INJEST was an easily digestible 45 minutes of quirky humour and theatre magic... with such a quality show under their belt, I doubt this will be the last we hear of Sydney based theatre company, Bite Productions." - Xavier Hazard for Avenoir Mag (2016)"INJEST was an easily digestible 45 minutes of quirky humour and theatre magic... with such a quality show under their belt, I doubt this will be the last we hear of Sydney based theatre company, Bite Productions."

 

 Xavier Hazard for Avenoir Mag (2016)

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