SHE (Elizabeth O’Callaghan) – a distressed and elegantly-dressed woman is ready to jump off the roof of a nine storey building.
HIM (Kristof Kaczmarek)– a mysterious man with a gun
HUMAN CATS (SuhaSini Seelin and Dawid Kaczmarek)- to be having a Celebration of the full moon on the roof.
Krzysztof Kaczmarek was trained in Poland in one of the best Polish Academies of Acting in Lodz. He left Poland for Australia in 1982, which didn't stop him to continue his life passion – theatre. In 1985 he created the first multicultural theatre in Western Australia - Theatre Zart. Theatre Zart successfully staged many professional productions in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney including plays like Immigrants, Hunting Cockroaches, Antigone in New York, The Idiot, No Exit., etc. Kristof has also appeared on stages of Perth, Sydney and Melbourne as a free-lance actor in productions like Svietlana in Slingbacks or The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. In recent years, being an artistic Director and co-ordinator of Exit Theatre, he directed and performed in a few Mrozek's and Chekov's comedies, At Home At The Zoo by Albee, Down An Alley Filled With Cats by Moss, and other plays.
He is known for his lead role as Bojan in Richard Flannagan's The Sound Of One Hand Clapping, First Strike - Jackie Chan's movie and other feature and short films. His numerous appearances in popular Australian series also make him an established member of Australian film and TV industry.
Elizabeth O’Callaghan is a graduate of the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, Washington D.C. Whilst in America, she performed in A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Oedipus Rex; Three Sisters; A Delicate Balance, The Crucible, The Forced Marriage and The World We Live In. Other Australian theatre credits include Two Weeks with the Queen and Beyond Therapy.
Elizabeth recently performed in Melbourne’s Short and Sweet Play Festival in The Pharmacist, which is now being made into a short film. Her other short films include; A Love Lost; Citizen Kane (extract); and White Bread. She is currently in production with Funny Bones. Elizabeth previously featured in a silent movie, Imitating Charlie and has also appeared in TV, Internet and print commercials.
Suhasini Seelin, after completing a short course in the Meisner technique has worked on texts like James Joyce & John B Keane for Bloomsday, the Mahabharata of Women based on the Indian epic & Edward Albee's At Home at The Zoo for Exit Theatre, among others.
This year, apart from her work and training at Exit Theatre, she is exploring creation of original theatre under guidance from Butoh choreographer Yumi Umiumare for Federation Square's Light In Winter Festival and Adam Cass of Platform Youth Theatre for the Platform at La Mama season & Anywhere Theatre Festival 2014.
More info and updates can be found on her FB page: www.facebook.com/SuhasiniSeelin
Dawid Kaczmarek, grew up in Poland and moved to Melbourne twenty years ago. Since then, he has trained in all aspects of media, film, drama, and theatre production.
His passion is film making for which he has received award for Best Director & Best Film ( Demise of Michael Green 10/10, film festival)
Dawid has appeared on television & film notably on Rush and TV commercials, including WorkSafe.
His theatre credits include The Cherry Orchard, Antigone in New York, Charlie and Gift of the Sun.