Sunset Strip

Sunset Strip

Critical Stages & The Uncertainty Principle present
Sunset Strip by Suzie Miller

An Australian dramatic comedy about love, family dysfunction and making the best of lousy situations.

At Sunset Strip the only people left are those who couldn’t leave. Arriving home after a bout of chemotherapy to this once thriving summer hot-spot, Caroline finds the lake completely dried up, the holiday-makers long gone.

Yet her younger sister, the ever-optimistic Phoebe, remains doggedly hopeful. Between a stint in rehab, caring for her father (Lex Marinos) whose dementia is only alleviated by training his goldfish, and losing her kids temporarily to DOCS, Phoebe has managed to find love in Teddy, a local fallen fella with a big heart. And now that Caroline is back, Phoebe is determined to make life fabulous.

Suzie Miller (Caress/Ache) examines all manners of love, family dysfunction, making the best of shitty situations and prosthetic breasts. Directed by Anthony Skuse, Sunset Strip finds the humour in tragedy and creates an unlikely path for humanity to triumph.

"Miller dangles the prospect of happiness like a lure on a fishing line...Tenderly gripping, frequently funny. A tender exploration of love, loyalty and patience”  Jason Blake Sydney Morning Herald

Writer Suzie Miller

Director Anthony Skuse

Performers Emma Jackson, Lex Marinos, Georgina Symes, Simon Lyndon

Producers Kate Armstrong Smith, Laurence Rosier Staines

Designer Emma Vine

Lighting Designer Verity Hampson

Sound Designer Benjamin Freeman

Sunset Strip is part of the Civic Theatre 2019 Subscription Season. Subscriptions are available from Wednesday 5th December, single ticket sales available Monday 28th January 2019.

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*As adopted in Council’s fees and charges for the 2018/19 year, a fee of $2.00 for all transactions will apply from Monday August 6th 2018 including counter, phone and online sales. This is a per transaction fee, not a per ticket fee, that will be applied at the end of your purchase. Shows with free tickets, such as Music at Midday, will remain free. Please note: The initial purchase of Gift Vouchers and subscriptions is exempt.

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Date & Time:

Saturday 28 September, 7:30pm


90 minutes (no interval)

Ticket Prices:

Adult $45.00
Concession $40.00
Group 4+ $40.00ea
Youth U/25 $35.00
Adult Subscriber $40.00
Concession Subscriber $35.00
Youth U/25 Subscriber $30.00
*Transaction fees apply


Recommended for adults (but suitable for ages 15+).
Contains use of theatrical haze, smoking of herbal cigarettes and reference to drug use.


Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre
Burns Way (off Tarcutta St)
Wagga Wagga NSW 2650

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