A Place Not to Stray

Updated: Feb 12, 2019


Performed in 2017.



In a small Australian town, Marsh, Teddy, Poe and Ollie make an unlikely ring of mates. Marsh, a leader, Teddy, headstrong and righteous, Poe, not much at all and Ollie, the town’s black sheep. Four of them go camping, in the early days of one summer and when only three of them return, they begin turning on themselves, each asking the other “Who’s to blame?”


Written and Directed by Southern Edge Art’s emerging playwright Sam Kemp, A Place Not To Stray was a contemporary drama exploring judgement, friendship and loyalties.




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