Mel has a lot on her plate, never mind caring for her mother’s prized poodle! In this sizzling hotpot of food, culture and identity, THE ONE colourfully unravels the complexities of what it means to be Eurasian in contemporary Australia.
Mel’s got a lot on her plate. Between the anxiety-inducing return of her mother from their old home in Malaysia, her brother Eric’s mysterious double life and the pressure of caring for her mother’s prized poodle, Mel is hungry for more simplicity.
In the world premiere of this new and eccentric family comedy, award-winning playwright Vanessa Bates colourfully unravels the complexities of what it means to be Chinese Eurasian in contemporary Australia. Energetically funny and affectionately provocative, THE ONE is a sizzling hotpot of food, culture and identity.
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|Evening & weekend matinees||$370||$444||$518||$568|
|Weekday matinees & previews||$345||$414||$483||$528|
|Evening & weekend matinees||$355||$426||$497||$544|
|Weekday matinees & previews||$330||$396||$462||$504|
|Evening & weekend matinees||$335||$402||$469||$512|
|Weekday matinees & previews||$310||$372||$434||$472|
“Bates’ script is compact, nimble, wryly funny and convincingly voiced” (for EVERY SECOND) The Sydney Morning Herald
- Thu 18 Aug 11am
- Sat 20 Aug 3pm
Tactile Tours are available 1 hour prior to Audio Described performances, please contact the Box Office to book.
- Fri 5 Aug 8pm
- Tue 9 Aug 11am
- Wed 24 Aug 7.30pm
Watch The Trailer
COVID SAFETY MEASURES
We will be reviewing our COVID Safe plan for 2022 performances, in accordance with the NSW Government’s health advice. By the time this show opens, we anticipate restrictions will have eased and masks will no longer be compulsory in the theatre.