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10 May, 2014 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Charitable intent is the final play in the Jack Manning trilogy which features community conferencing as a way to sort out disputes or gain closure for victims and perpetrators. This play highlights the tensions and office politics inside a charity organisation. Things have come to a head and this is a last ditch effort to reconcile the key workers in the organisation.
Bryony, newly appointed CEO, expects others to share her brilliant vision for the future of the company. Simmering office tensions reach boiling point when they do not. “Charitable Intent” explores victimisation and ruthless personal ambition in the workplace.
This play is highly emotionally charged and features six women and two men of varying ages between 20’s and 50’s.
Bryony: CEO, mid – 30s, 40s
Amanda: Marketing consultant, 40-50s
Jack Manning: Community Conference Convener 30-45
Brian: Chairman of the Board, early 50s
Cassie: Accountant, early to mid 20s
Tamsyn: HR Consultant, early 30s
Stella: project Officer – early 50s
Giulia: Marketing consultant, mid 20s.
NB; Cast ages are flexible.
Season commences 16 July and finished on 9th August.
For further information please contact Director Christine Ellis on 0430494924 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Author: David Williamson
Directed by Christine Ellis