Bumming With Jane
By Tahli Corin
Presented by Hannah Catherine Productions
Patrick and Jane are madly in love, madly in lust and occasionally just plain mad. All their furniture except the couch has been sold to the pawnbroker, they live on a diet of cheap wine, baked beans and whatever they can find in the dumpsters behind the local supermarket. They take it in turns to hold down a part-time job. Life is great. But nothing lasts.
Inspired by the poetry of Charles Bukowski and the modern Australian city, Bumming With Jane is about love, poverty and the fleeting joy of choosing to live a free and ragged-arse life.
Due to the current climate strict Covid restrictions will be in place, please follow all rules on density, social distancing and follow directions from staff.
This is a Masked Event, please help reduce waste by bringing your own mask.
Cast & Crew
Alicia Selkirk as Jane
Alicia Selkirk is an actor, singer and composer. She is currently studying at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) and upon being accepted she moved to Perth to further pursue her passion for acting and performing arts. Alicia has been performing in musicals and plays for over 10 years, her most recent theatre credits include Fantine in Les Misérables, Caroline in I and You and Chess in We Are the Tigers. Alicia is thrilled to have the opportunity to come back to South Australia to reprise her role as Jane.
Stephen Schofield as Patrick
Stephen Schofield is an actor, writer, and singer. Since graduating from Adelaide College of the Arts in 2019, he has worked in short films, features, television, and on stage. Stephen is currently writing a screenplay and will be appearing in a one-man show at next year’s Fringe Festival. His goal is to establish a production company in early 2022.
Georgia Laity as Bev
Georgia Laity graduated at the beginning of 2021 from Flinders University Drama Centre and is a proud member of Equity and Rumpus Theatre. Highlights of her study included performing in Anatomy of a Suicide (Dir. David Mealor), Di & Viv & Rose (Dir. Tom Healey), and Testosterone (Dir. Teddy Dunn). In 2022, she will perform at the Fringe Festival and will produce a show mid-year. Georgia is delighted to be joining the cast of Bumming with Jane as Bev.
Directed by Hannah Smith
Hannah is an aspiring Director and is thrilled to bring Bumming with Jane to Adelaide as her "city debut". Growing up in Murray Bridge Hannah created her own directing opportunities, by starting a small company and putting on 8 theatre shows independently since she was 14 years old. This then led her to falling in love with every aspect of theatre and continued on through further study of the arts. Hannah is delighted for everyone to come and watch the show and go through the emotional roller-coaster that is Bumming With Jane.
Jennifer King Stage Manager
Jennifer graduated from the Adelaide College of the Arts in 2020 with qualifications in stage management and technical production.
During her studies she was Assistant Stage Manager for The Most Lamentable Roman Tragedy of Titus Andronicus, Australian Dance Theatre’s G remount, Road, and WOMADelaide. She was also Stage Manager for Rip Drag & Ruminate at TAFE SA for the Adelaide Fringe - which won a Best Dance Show nomination. Jennifer was a stage management secondment for State Theatre Company’s Gaslight (2020), Stage Manager for Bumming with Jane with Hannah Catherine Productions (2020) and recently made her State Theatre Company debut as Assistant Stage Manager with The Appleton Ladies' Potato Race (2021).
Ricardo Parisella Lighting/sound designer and operator
Ricardo Parisella is an aspiring lighting and sound designer with a particular interest in the Adelaide amateur theatre scene. Ricardo graduated in 2020 from the Adelaide College of the Arts, gathering experience working on their productions such as "G" and "A Bright New Boise", and developing a deep passion for supporting new ideas and concepts in a small theatre setting, as well as both studio and live sound production. He has also been a supporting technician and designer on several Hannah Catherine Productions in Murray Bridge including "Oz" and a variety of caberets, further cementing his excitement to help bring this show to Adelaide for the first time.
OUR COVID PLAN
HST is incredibly excited to present a safe and secure evening at the theatre. To ensure public safety we have implemented a COVID Safe plan. Social distancing, density and hygiene practices will be adhered to at all times. Only attend the event if you are feeling well. If you have any COVID-19 symptoms please ensure you get tested as soon as possible and follow social isolation guidelines until you recover.
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The safety and health of our patrons, staff and performers is our main priority and we will do everything we can to ensure a fun and safe evening out.
Dates: 9th - 11th Dec
9th - 11th Dec: 7:30pm
Venue: The Studio
34 Holden Street, Hindmarsh SA 5007
FREE PARKING AVAILABLE
HST are making every effort to make our performances accessible to all patrons. Accessible seating is available in The Studio. Please note there is no accessible toilet at this time of the year.