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A clear La Mama stand-out for 2012, Travis Cotton's weird and wired tale of a theatre director plucked from literal obscruity is back for the Comedy Festival.

It's the not-so-distant future and mankind is ruled by robots. One of our new mechanical overlords has written a play. Giles, a theatre director who has been working with the rest of us in the mines, is hauled out to direct the production.

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349 Drummond St, Carlton 3053

Telephone 03 9347 6948

Price $15.00 to $25.00

Date 17 Apr 2013-05 May 2013

Open Wed 1pm & 6.30pm; Thu 11.30am & 7.30pm; Fri-Sat 7.30pm; Sun 6.30pm

Director: Travis Cotton

Cast: Daniel Frederiksen, Simon Maiden, Natasha Jacobs, Paul Goddard

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