Characters, Andy and Evie have met in the forest to hex Evie's uncle. Armed with their tools (a cup of menstrual blood and a digital ouija board) they have been talking to a dead witch online - who in return for this spell has asked for a big favour in return.

The story is further complicated by Evie's weird aunt and Sue-Anne, the Mayor's daughter, who come to create a coven and somehow take the story down into a surreal, dream-logic underworld, where they must come to speak a different language and must listen to the crone and the crow.

Diving into a different world with an entirely different reality, Moral Panic is a play that examines what we know about these other worlds and unleashes terrifying new realities that deal with queerness and womanhood.

An unsettling hallucination, an occult thriller, and a very dark comedy, this play comes from the award-winning team behind Ground Control and asks some big questions like - how do we tear down the monuments of masculinity?

Written by Rachel Perks, and Directed by Bridget Balodis, see the unique Moral Panic this November!


Dates: 14 - 24 November 2018

Location: Northcote Town Hall

Times: times vary - see website for details

Darebin Arts Website


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