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Short, Sweet postponed

STARRING Dulwich Hill actor Michael Harper who is directed by Earlwood’s Socratis Otto, Short+Sweet Festival’s Week 6 was due to go ahead this week but has now been postponed until June.

Spies, homophobia, Jesus revisited, morning radio rivalries, empty nesters and two clever takes on relationship issues, are among the treats in the short, sharp plays at the Tom Mann Theatre in Surry Hills.
‘Immaculate Reception’ revisits Jesus – now performance poet ‘J-boy’ – with receptionist mum Mary and BFFs, Eve and Lilith.
Legendary writer of Cheers and other US sitcoms, Ken Levine’s ‘Lundy Don’t be a Hero’ brings famous actor-director Otto directing Harper in the story of a new secret service agent whose commitment is being tested.
Veteran Short+Sweet Duo Warren Bradey and Kaz Getts present ‘The Perfect Accessory’ – Millie and Mike are desperate to find love and bring in the big guns for one more shot.
Wendy Crew returns for her 10th year with ‘The Ratings Game’ – where sparring morning radio hosts accidentally – and literally – air their grievances.
In ‘Why am I a Fish’, insecurity, shame and homophobia are all confronted from life in a fishbowl … it takes courage to make a leap of faith!
‘Reverie’ sees a romantic dinner for two deliberately disrupted by a mysterious caller. Be ready for twist upon twist in this thriller.
‘He Thought, She Thought’ gets inside the heads of three couples at dinner.
Tickets: $15-$30 and more info at shortandsweet.org/sydney or email tickets@shortandsweet.org.

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