FAG/STAG

Company in residence

26 – 27 October

26 – 27 October

Written and
Performed by
Jeffrey Jay Fowler
and Chris Isaacs

Sound Designer
Brett Smith

Producer
The Last Great Hunt

FAG/STAG is basically two blokes sitting on chairs, talking about their feelings. Or more accurately, not talking about their feelings.

Corgan and Jimmy are BFFs. Their lives are filled by Tinder, Grindr, white lies, big nights and too many pints, lawn bowls, Donkey Kong, unanswered texts, bad sex – having to move back in with Mum and Dad. It’s the month before the wedding of Corgan’s ex-girlfriend, and Corgan and Jimmy are struggling to get their acts together enough to hire suits.

Two of Australia’s sharpest writers, Jeffrey Jay Fowler and Chris Isaacs, command the stage as two unreliable narrators telling the same story from different points of view. Mining the idiosyncrasies of the gay man/straight man friendship, FAG/STAG offers a truthful, comic insight into the mind of the modern Australian male.

“ … smart, funny and touching theatre, slickly performed.”

The Age

“Isaacs and Fowler deliver gorgeous, nuanced performances”

Australian Stage

8pm, Friday 26 October
8pm, Saturday 27 October


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