a drama by award winning Australian playwright Hannie Rayson, directed by Thomas Dimmick
Hotel Sorrento tells the story of three sisters who grew up together in the Australian seaside town of Sorrento.
Hilary lives there with her father and sixteen-year-old son; Pippa is visiting from New York and Meg returns from England with her English husband. Three sisters, reunited after ten years in different worlds, again feel the constraints of family life. It is Meg's semi-autobiographical novel, recently short-listed for the Booker prize, which overshadows their homecoming.
Hannie Rayson’s award winning play, Hotel Sorrento, which inspired the film of the same name, will be Harbour Theatre’s final production for their 2018 season. Season dates are 7th December to Sunday 16th December 2018 (10 performances).
Hotel Sorrento was first performed in 1990 by the Playbox Theatre Company at the Malthouse Theatre winning an AWGIE, NSW Premier’s Literary Award and a Green Room Award. Since then the play has had over 50 productions throughout Australia and overseas (winning critical acclaim on its London debut), and has been translated into French, Japanese and Swedish. Rayson has been awarded two Australian Writers’ Guild Awards, four Helpmann Awards, two NSW Premier’s Literary Awards and a Victorian Premier’s Literary Award as well as the Age Performing Arts Award and The Sidney Myer Performing Arts Award. She made playwriting history when Life After George was the first play to be nominated for the Miles Franklin Award.
Performance Dates: December 7, 8, 9*, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16*
Times: Evening shows commence 7.30pm, *Sunday Matinees commence 2pm.
Doors open 45min prior to curtain
Duration: Approx. 2 hours including 20 min interval
Venue: Camelot, 16 Lochee St, Mosman Park
Plentiful street parking and behind the building - no cost
Tickets: $25.50 Full - $23.50 Concession - $20.50 Full Time Student - Group Bookings of 10+ @ $20 each
Bookings: Book Online Here or phone TAZ Tix 9255 3336
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