In 2008, four internationally regarded playwrights spent a week in four widely separated and unique Tasmanian communities, Miena, Swansea, King Island and Zeehan. Each playwright drew inspiration from the communities and their people to write four new plays.
Sex, Death and a Cup of Tea – an eclectic offering of keenly observed perspectives on the Tasmanian experience. Four great stories about love, loss, betrayal and fishing. Linked by journeys across beautiful landscapes and between emotional states, Sex, Death and a Cup of Tea is funny, poignant and provocative theatre.
These plays are unique and at the same time universal, reminding us how our own sense of place can connect us to those miles away.