Directed by NIDA graduate Alan Chambers, the play also features actors Jennifer Monk, Todd Levi, Brad Walsh and introduces Katy Reid as ‘Mirabella’.
The reviews have been nothing short of stunning!
Here’s a sample: “… Veteran actor Jeremy Kewley delivers a superb performance…” (Melbourne Observer), “… Intelligent, unsettling and hauntingly beautiful …” (Art News Portal), “…moments that evoked genuine feelings of unease and panic in the audience…” (Vulture), “… Kewley proves his status as one of Melbourne’s most compelling stage actors …” (Art News Portal), “… Leading the cast is the incomparable Jeremy Kewley whose sympathetic portrayal of a man who is mentally ill never becomes clichéd or overwrought …” (The Theatre Nerd),”…brought many audience members to genuine tears …” (Art News Portal). “… Doomsday Devices is of a quality that raises the bar for original, independently produced work … (The Theatre Nerd), ” … A suspenseful fascinating theatre experience …” (Melbourne Observer) “… Writer Andy Harmsen has crafted a well-constructed piece …” (The Theatre Nerd), “… Ben Brockman’s lighting design is elegant and beautiful to watch …” (The Theatre Nerd), ” … The play is thought provoking and surprisingly moving. Get along and support our local Australian talent …” (The Theatre Nerd), “… The highlight of the play is Kewley’s heartbreaking portrayal of the broken Maurice…” (Vulture).