David Williamson's Sorting Out Rachel

David Williamson's Sorting Out Rachel

  • When: Wednesday 21 to Friday 23 March 2018
  • Where: The J Theatre, 60 Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads
  • Time: Nightly at 7.30pm + 2.30pm matinee on Wednesday 21 March
  • Price: Matinee $57.50, evening $62.50
  • Phone: 07 5329 6560
  • Website: www.noosaalive.com.au

The Queensland premiere of David Williamson's new play, Sorting Out Rachel, comes to Noosa for four performances only.

Presented by NOOSA alive! in association with Ensemble Theatre, the play is a social comedy about legacy, entitlement and making good on past relationships.

Starring Chenoa Deemal, Glen Hazeldine, John Howard, Jenna Owen and Natalie Saleeba, and directed by Nadia Tass, the play comes to Noosa directly from the sell-out Sydney season.

Tickets now on sale - to book:

  • Book online here
  • Book over the counter at The J Box Office, Monday to Friday, 9am-4.30pm
  • Phone 07 5329 6560 ($3.50 transaction fee applies)
Some strong language - recommended for ages 12+.

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