Directed by Ellis Pearson


May 13 – 15 @ 7pm


The Actors Hub Studios

Tickets: $25


Gap II & III Production

7 pm  May 13 – 15, 2021

The Gap 2 and 3 students, directed by Ellis Pearson. present a fascinating, funny and touching exploration of humanity through the expressive mask.

Aren’t we all deep down inside just loveable twits?

Take a break from the worries of the world and spend an evening with seven lovable twits and honour  the lovable twit within yourself. 

In Concerto De Mirage, seven strangers, all from vastly different walks of life, gather to experience a prestigious music concert. 

But these seven characters embody the most conflicting of human inclinations and impulses and, when all are obligated to follow cultured etiquette and meet social expectations, their deep, dark unfulfilled needs start to emerge and collide, as their antics instead take centre stage. 

Hiding behind modesty is arrogance, hiding behind shame is pride and hiding behind compassion is insensitivity. Watch closely as these lovable characters navigate the confusion of  what it means to be human. 

Roald Dahl writes that “A person who has good thoughts cannot ever be ugly. You can have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth and a double chin and stick-out teeth, but if you have good thoughts it will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely.

Concerto De Mirage transcends spoken language through the magic of the  expressive mask to hold up a mirror to our unspoken antisocial thoughts and desires in order to celebrate the humour in being human.


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Seating will be arranged in line with government guidelines and physical-distancing requirements and where necessary, we reserve the right to adjust seating selections to ensure compliance with these conditions. For these reasons, we encourage you to book online.

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