Aleksander and the Robot Maid

Maid to order for kids and adults alike…
The play deals with some mighty issues 

Robyn Willis, Daily Telegraph FULL REVIEW.jpg 

This show premiered at the Sydney Seymour Centre, Reginald Theatre in July 2011.

This smells like a good investment
Jason Blake, Sydney Morning Herald FULL REVIEW.jpg

The message is profound and must be heard …Life is more than work, and in the end friendship (love) conquers all
Augusta Supple, Independent online reviewer FULL REVIEW.pdf

CAST AND CREATIVES

Written by Caleb Lewis
Directed by Ali Gordon
Composer and live musician Scott Gillespie
Designers Marin Curach, Tomy K C Leung
Lighting designer / Production manager Sophie Kurylowicz
Illustration Matt Huynh
Stage Manager Lydia Nicholson
With Andrew Brackman, James Deeth, Tim Kurylowicz, Sarah Lockwood, Margot Politis and Carolyn Ramsey

DESCRIPTION

A NEW AUSTRALIAN PLAY FOR THE adventurous AGED 8 TO 108

When Aleksander journeys to the hallowed city of Robotika he is captivated by the technological marvels of the Steam Age.

But all is not as it seems.

Drop Bear Theatre’s original steam-punk adventure brings childhood curiousity and friendship together to prevail in a troubling world. On stage, history and science are fused with futuristic fantasy to explore issues of trust, racism, globalization and humanity.

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