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IT’S ONLY ROCK & ROLL ... BUT WE LIKE IT!!!

Jez Butterworth’s jet-black comedy Mojo is set in the amphetamine fuelled atmosphere of 1950’s Soho, as rock’n’roll was exciting the youth of England.

 

With the pulse of this new music in their heads and a smell of easy money in their nostrils, this band of low-life wannabe gangster’s from Ezra’s Atlantic nightclub wage a vicious power war.

 

The prizes: Sliver Johnny a heart-throb, donned the next Elvis. With his lucrative voice and moves that send teenage girls into screaming frenzies.

 

Silver Johnny is a f--king commodity.

Convulsively foul-mouthed, fiercely funny and energised with a rock style rhythm and energy; Mojo is a sensational collision of Tarantino style violence and Jacobean revenge drama.

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Press & Reviews

non-stop phyiscal enactment, mugging, twisting, gesturing in time with the rhythm ... always amusing and sometimes disturbing ... Show of the week

READ MORE - The Age

 

 

SEASON
15 Mar - 1 Apr 2007

THEATRE
Chapel off Chapel (Loft)

PLAYWRIGHT
Jez Butterworth

DIRECTOR
Terence O’Connell

CAST
Justin Hosking / Potts
Brett Swain / Mickey
Lee Mason / Sweets
Mark Diaco / Baby
David Passmore / Skinny
 / Sliver Johnny

CREATIVE CREDIT(S)
Jason Bovaird / Light Design
Cara Kushlin / Set & Costume
Rod Davis / Sound Design
Dark Miaco /
Scenographer

 

PRODUCER(S)

Mark Diaco

Justin Hosking

Lee Mason

By arrangement with Hal Leonard Australia Pty Ltd, on behalf of Dramatist Play Serivice, Inc New York

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