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SUDS Presents: Eurydice

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SUDS Presents: Eurydice

Written by Sarah Ruhl

23rd August - 2nd September 2023 - The Cellar Theatre

Directed by Adele Beaumont

Produced by Georgie Eggleton

Assistant Directed by Emma Johns

Assistant Produced by Zoe Le Marinel

Doors Open 6:50 pm

Show Starts 7:00 pm


"How do you remember to forget?"

Eurydice and Orpheus are a little too young and a little too in love. Following Eurydice's tragic death, Orpheus searches heaven and earth looking for her. Or so the story has always gone. Sarah Ruhl's Eurydice takes us on this journey from Eurydice's perspective, and her search for identity in the Underworld. While surreal and dreamlike, Eurydice is an emotionally honest play about grief, love, family, memory and what it is like to love an artist.

Content Warnings:

  • Sexual references
  • References to death
  • Themes of death and grief


Eurydice: Maddie Lewis

Her Father: Aidan Hale

Orpheus: Dan Prichard

NIM: Jeremy Jenkins

Big Stone: Luke Sheppard

Little Stone: Ashna Aravinthan

Loud Stone: Cathy Gilbert


Intimacy Co-ordinator: Rachael Adamson

Lighting Design: Nikki Eghlimi

Lighting Assistant/s: Sian Anketell

Composer: Ziv Pinco

Sound Design: Sophia Tudman, Shea Berecry

Hair and Makeup: Katherine Stonor, Mali Lung, Amber Broadbent

Costume: Scout McWhinney, Alex Ma, Pearl Cardis

Costume Assistant: Rowen Yue

Set Design: Gemma Hudson, Gaby Whalland, Hennessey

Set Assistant: Natalie Yuen

Stage Management: Emily Whiting

Production Assistant: Mitchell Dihm

Graphics: David Thane

Photography: Angus Crampton

Videography: Teagan ‘Geelie’ Krempl


Morgan Monk - Drums

Harrison Cleary - Saxophone

Mimi Pau - Violin

Lyndon Coward - Bassoon

Tom Silvas - Acoustic Guitar + Recording/Mixing

Jake Bauer - Electric Guitar

Cadence - Cello

Ziv Pinco - Piano


SUDS acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, the traditional custodians of the land on which this event is taking place. SUDS pays respect to elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

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