Red Ink debuts at Fringe

RedA supermarket. A woman pops in. A child is screaming. A checkout chick gives attitude. A man is raving mad.

Inspired by a true story, RED INK explores how everyday moments escalate into disaster.

Playwright Duncan Graham, whose play CUT won the Underbelly Fringe Award in 2015, returns with the world premiere of RED INK, a comic and disturbing new play directed by Shannon Mackowski, who is currently undertaking her honors degree in directing at Flinders. The play features Matthew Gregan, Sophia Simmons, Sarah-Jade Tracey, and associate lecturer at Flinders, actor Tiffany Lyndall-Knight.

RED INK is produced by Duende Collective in partnership with Flinders. Duende are known for producing edgy, confronting and funny new Australian plays.

Showing at Tuxedo Cat from February 12 to 23 (excluding the 17th).

You can follow RED INK 2016 on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Tickets are available now via FringeTix here.

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