Lights in the Park

by Alexander Lee-Rekers

Word is that there’s a party in the park tonight… what could possibly go wrong?

$25.95

Description

Winner of the 2018 Senior ATYP Foundation Commission, Lights in the Park by Alexander Lee-Rekers explores how young people deal with increased responsibility and overcome hardships.

SYNOPSIS

One quiet night, the street lights flicker out and plunge the world into darkness. A “lights out” party in Royal Park is announced, and every kid in town makes their way there to celebrate this strange occurrence. What do you do? Stay in the comfortable cycle of who you are and what you know, or adapt and change your habits and relationships to light your journey ahead?

A trio of role-players leave their game and embark on a quest for revenge… two enterprising youngsters sell torches at reasonable prices… the disgraced star of a viral video looks to make her social comeback and the floor-mopper at the local chemist encounters the worst kind of shoplifter. All these stories unfold on the way to the park because everybody’s on their way to the same party. And it is not to be missed.

PRODUCTION HISTORY

Lights in the Park was the winner of the ATYP Foundation Commission (cast aged 14-17 years) in 2018 and was first produced by ATYP and Q Theatre, premiering at the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre on 21 April, 2021.

ISBN: 978 1 922424 29 7

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