Life in the big smoke, minus a plus one.
September 30, 2013
Singled Out is a multicoloured series of portraits offering a glimpse of what it's like to fly solo. It's predicted that, by 2020, one in three living arrangements in the city will be that of one-person households, and this show is a unique and contemporary exploration of single life in Sydney.
In collaboration with some of Australia's most well-respected playwrights, creative producer and new work director Augusta Supple (The Mayday Playwrights Festival, A View From Moving Windows) has created a rollicking, illuminating adventure into the private lives of people we just may recognise. As these lives unfold, collide and intersect, we begin to understand the joys and complexities of solitary living in a vibrant city.
Playing as part of the 2013 Reginald Season, Singled Out is more than a sketch of individual lives it's a unique celebration about life in the big smoke, minus a plus one.