It has been a rough couple of months for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. The wave of popular support in the wake of his ousting of ol' onion breath has dissipated, leaving the PM struggling with a divided party and an unimpressed Australian public. It's hard to even imagine what would be going through his head at the moment. Fortunately, playwright and journalist Ross Mueller has done it for us.
Taking over the stage at the Beckett Theatre for four performances only, this Malthouse Theatre production promises to deliver the kind of upfront political address that voters so desperately want to hear. Actors Louise Siversen and Rhys Muldoon will take turns playing Turnbull depending on the night. We'll try not to read too much into the fact that the man in charge of our country is being depicted as literally having two faces.