PIC NIC (F.Arrabal) Australia

The Wesley Institute’s

alumni company Twisted Tree Theatre

Fernando Arrabal’s

humorous tale of war in

Picnic on the Battlefield

For Twisted Tree chairman Luke Smith the production is the company’s best yet.
“The piece ... is extremely funny,” Smith said.
“Everyone is very excited to be involved in something that they believe in and are passionate about.”
He said creating the show had been a collaborative process.
“The crew and cast are really energetic and are coming up with ideas constantly,” he said.
“... the production is made in a way that... accessible to anyone, from regular theatregoers to people who don’t go to the theatre very much.
“We are making sure we’re putting on quality theatre.”
Wesley Institute was founded in 1983

as Australia’s first arts college.
“The beauty is that we are the most reasonably priced theatre for the quality of shows you get,” Smith said.
“We may be on a budget but you wouldn’t know it, the dedication of everyone involved makes for a great show.”
The season will from March at the Wesley Institute,

5 Mary St,