Australian Open

by Angus Cameron

Tennis, queer relationships and marriages that won’t stay within the lines.

$25.95

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Description

Angus Cameron‘s Australian Open is a fast-paced comedy about tennis and open relationships.

SYNOPSIS

It’s Felix’s 31st Birthday, but all his parents want to talk about over dinner is his boyfriend Lucas’ loss to Rodger Federer in last week’s grand slam. That is until Felix mentions that he and Lucas plan to continue their open relationship even if they decide to get married – a backhand smash that kicks off a debauched game of doubles.

PROUDCTION HISTORY

Australian Open was first produced by bub in association with bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company at the Kings Cross Theatre, Sydney, on 15 February 2020.

ISBN: 978 1 922424 26 6

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