The Almighty Sometimes
Coming to the Bille Brown Theatre this August, The Almighty Sometimes follows the story of Anna (played by Melissa Kahraman), a young woman who was diagnosed as a child with mental illness. Now 18, Anna has long been on a cocktail of prescription pills and she wants to know what life is like without medication. Could she go to university? Could she have a boyfriend, maybe? Could she even write a work of undeniable genius? On the other hand, her mother Renée (Rachel Gordon), who has always tried to keep Anna safe, and doesn’t want to see her daughter suffer.
Penned by Australian playwright Kendall Feaver, directed by Daniel Evans and starring a super-talented array of actors, this multi-award-winning play will pull at your heartstrings while highlighting the important issue of mental health – especially amongst young people. Seriously captivating and with sprinkles of humour, The Almighty Sometimes is running from August 13 to September 3, To grab a ticket, head to the Queensland Theatre website.