The Days In Between – Meet the Cast


IRA – Eunice Chuang
TESS/HEXATE – Julia Frecker
LEE/HEXATE – Zoë Steiner
MIA/HEXATE – Tombi Lloyd
PSYCH/HEXATE – Evangeline Stoios



The Days In Between – TICKETS NOW ON SALE

Tickets now on sale for THE DAYS IN BETWEEN, a new work Sara Laurena, directed by Karla Livingstone-Pardy.

VENUE: The Guild Theatre, Union House – Level 1, University of Melbourne


Wednesday 26th April 7:00 pm — Opening Night
Thursday 27th April 7:00 pm — Relaxed performance & Pre-show Tactile Tour
Friday 28th April 7:00 pm — Post show Q&A
Saturday 29th April 7:00 pm – Closing Night

All performances will be captioned
If you would like to book into the tactile tour please email us at
This production gratefully acknowledges the support of the University of Melbourne Theatre Board through its New Work Grant scheme.

First Semester Production

Four Letter Word is extremely pleased to announce that our first mainstage production of 2017 will be The days inbetween, an original and beautiful piece of writing by the glorious Sara Laurena.

We are very excited to start working on Sara’s play, which tackles subject matter that is highly pertinent and close to our hearts.
We will be sending out info about how you can get involved very soon – so keep your eyes and ears open!


Twelve Angry Summer Development


Our friends at Twelve Angry are excited to launch their first summer development program. They are looking for FOUR female-identifying performance writers with whom to develop work for the stage.

The good news is that ONE slot will be awarded to a writer undertaking a university degree in 2017. This writer will be awarded the “Four Letter Word Theatre Development Slot”, sponsored by yours truly, which will take the writer and her developing work into 2017 Mudfest Arts Festival for further production.

Each of these four writers will take their project through a development period with a dedicated dramaturg (and guidance from the Twelve Angry team). We are thrilled to announce that the Four Letter Word Theatre Development Slot” dramaturg will be none other FLW alumna Jean Tong.

More information on how to apply, click here


FLW Theatre Presents….. A Streetcar Named Desire!

FLW Theatre are very proud to announce their Production Team for their Semester 2 show ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’.

Production Manager – Christa Jonathan 

Director – Joanna Pidcock

Assistant Director – Jeanette Tong

Assistant Stage Manager – Sara Kissel

Costume Designer – Bianca Went

Set Designer – Gabrielle Lewis

Publicity Assistants – Claudia Schroeder & Emma Conley

FOH and Bar Manager – Finley Roberts

Hair and Make up – Leila Enright


Thank you to all who applied and congratulations to the successful applicants! 

We are still looking for a Lighting Designer, Hair and Make up Designer, Publicity Manager and a Stage Manager. If you are interested, please send an expression of interest along with your theatre resume to

First Review!

Thank you to Robert Chuter and Artshub for the great first review.

We are so proud of our production team and cast and are looking forward to the last four shows THIS WEEK.


Wednesday 14th May – Saturday 17th May 8pm, Guild Theatre Melbourne University.

Ticket Prices

Adult – $20

Concession – $18

Member – $15

Buy your tickets now at


Meet the Crew: Final

Our publicity team caught up with Bridget Sweeney, our dedicated Stage Manager, and Fiona Spitzkowsky, our amazing Production Manager for our last meet the crew post.

Bridget and Fiona have worked so hard on this show and have really dedicated a lot of their time and effort. We wouldn’t have been able to put it on without them! 


Witty, hard working and cheeky, here’s Bridget’s interview

What facets of the show are you most excited about?

Definitely Scene 18… Alex knows what’s up. Just kidding!

I am intrigued to see the audience’s reaction to one of Alison’s (Kate Weston) monologues. I still cringe in rehearsals. 

What would you say is your biggest addiction?


Favourite Four Letter Word


Favourite Scottish thing

David Tennant

What do you love most about the play, Trainspotting?

The wit, speed and brutal honesty. 

Biggest challenge of working on this show and biggest achievement 

Not eating all the prop drugs… as for biggest achievement, get back to me after Bump In and Tech week, eep! 



Fiona’s interview not only highlights her great personality but amazing work ethic and dedication

What facets of the show are you most excited about?

Trainspotting is probably not something you would watch with your Mum. I guess that is what I like about it: it’s funny but really dark and pretty disgusting at times and completely unapologetic about it.

What would you say is your biggest addiction?

Bad jokes

Favourite Four Letter Word


Favourite Scottish thing

Richard Madden

What do you love most about the play, Trainspotting?

That it’s written phonetically. And the only thing better than reading a script written in a heavy Scottish accent is watching a play performed in heavy Scottish accents – the actors are fantastic, even at the first read through their accents were near flawless. It’s worth the price of the admission just to hear the accents. 

Biggest challenge of working on this show and biggest achievement

The hardest thing about being a production manager – an administrative role in a very creative environment – is having to watch the reactions of the creatives when I tell them that we don’t quite have the budget or the technical abilities to match their grand dreams for the production. And then our greatest achievement as a company is fulfilling those grand dreams anyway. Set, costume, music: it’s all pretty schmick in this show.


SKYHIGH this Saturday just got even BETTER.

SKYHIGH will now not only be providing CHEAP drinks, a DANCE floor and a MOBSTER edge, but a BAND as well!

The amazingly talented (and very attractive) Benny and the Dukes will be playing this Saturday! You do not want to miss out!

Book your tickets now before it’s too late!


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