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Tackling themes of life, death, growing up and the afterlife, Heaven is an award-winning, touching comedy from playwright Kit Brookman. When schoolgirl Angela Farnsworth is hit and killed by a van on her way home, Max starts to wonder about the fleeting, precious nature of life. Ignoring his friends’ scepticism, Max finds an unlikely companion and sets out to discover what life is all about.

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Heaven details

Address
205 Faraday St, Carlton 3053

Telephone 03 9347 6142

Price $15.00 to $25.00

Date 23 May 2013-02 Jun 2013

Open Wed-Fri 8.30pm, Sat-Sun 6.30pm

Director: Kit Brookman

Cast: Jessica Clarke, Andre Jewson, Sarah Ogden, Lachlan Woods

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