by David Mamet
July 15 - July 26 2015
Old 505 Theatre
342 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills
“You are not where you belong. It is perhaps true that none of us are, but in your case this is more true than in most.”
An impulse visit to a fortune teller on his way home from work stirs Edmond to abandon his meaningless middle class existence, lurching himself into a free falling quest for self-discovery.
But the streets are dark. The hookers charge cash money, the peddlers push hard and there’s a guy on every corner working an angle. A fairy tale; a myth about modern life, Edmond is the portrait of the everyman, swept away by events beyond his control, and paying the consequences for those within it.
BY ARRANGEMENT WITH ORiGiN™ THEATRICAL, ON BEHALF OF SAMUEL FRENCH, INC., Two Peas present David Mamet's Edmond. Perhaps Mamet’s most divisive play, you will either love or hate Edmond, but you will never forget him.
with: Tara Clark, Cheyne Fynn, Naomi Livingstone and Oleg Pupovac
Directed by Glen Hamilton
Written by David Mamet