'The Game' a play by Bradley McCaw is now available for purchase through Australian Script Centre.
“The Game” is an epic comedy/fantasy where two siblings get sucked into the world of video game, fighting crazy (and very funny) characters to save the kingdom of 'Farnawee' from an evil queen. The play explores the importance of family in the modern day, and questions what role technology plays in keeping a family together. Think 'Monty Python' meets 'Harry Potter' & 'Lord of The Rings.'
The play was first commissioned by Brisbane Boys Grammar in 2013, and was further developed by An Old Fashioned Production Company with support from the Arts Centre Gold Coast.
A professional touring production is scheduled for 2018.
An Old Fashioned Production Company presents
EVERYBODY’S DOIN’ IT
A Rehearsed Reading of a new play by Bradley McCaw
December 10th 2016
The Space venue at The Arts Centre Gold Coast
Please email CV and headshot to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cold Read #1 February 4th 2017
In the Basement
10.00 – 1pm
Cold Read #2 February 11th 2017
In the Basement
10.00 – 1pm
Workshop March 6th + 10th 2017
The Space venue at the Arts Centre Gold Coast
Public Reading March 11th 2017
The Space venue at Arts Centre Gold Coast
We are seeking actors aged between 18-30 years of age to play the following roles:
Ensemble (various characters)
It’s November 2016. Another group of ‘about to be’ grown ups descend upon Australia’s party capital… the Gold Coast. Like many of the other high school graduates turned party goers, Toni has a steady boyfriend (Troy) but has headed to schoolies a day early with her friends – long time-fun-girl Greta, who parties hard and asks questions later, and Pip, her best friend that would do anything for her… When Greta learns of Troy’s plans to ask for Toni’s hand in marriage, she forges a plan to find each of the girl a ‘man for the week.’ Enter Tye, Seb and Ron, three boys just looking for a ‘good time…’ Well, so they thought… When both groups come face to face at the ‘Party of the century,’ each is faced to question what the term ‘getting lucky’ really means. Where themes of promiscuity versus frivolity, and sensation versus intimacy, are sent to battle in a haze of alcohol. Each individual is called to challenge their belief in adhering to the ‘status quo.’
Bradley McCaw is an award winning performer, composer, playwright, orchestrator, actor and singer/songwriter. He has worked onstage playing lead roles in countless musicals and toured the world with International singing group ‘The Ten Tenors,’ which included an internationally televised performance at the 2004 AFL Grand Final. He was the winner of the 2012 International Cabaret Showcase with his one-man show, Cabaret: The Complete Unauthorised Biography, which premiered at the 2013 Adelaide Cabaret Festival, followed by performances at the Noosa Long Weekend Festival, Ballarat, and Melbourne Cabaret Festival. The show was also presented on Broadway’s 42nd street, as part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival and sold out. The show then returned for a sold out season at the Brisbane Powerhouse’s 2014 Wonderland Festival. In 2015, his new cabaret, ‘Bendigo to Broadway’ premiered at the Queensland Cabaret Festival. In 2011 he was the winner of the Queensland Theatre Companies Emerging Playwright Award for his musical In Good Company. He was the first ever composer/playwright to receive this award. Recent performance highlights include Country Song (Queensland Theatre Company), Kiss Me Kate (Opera Queensland), and the sold out West End To Broadway Concert Series (Underground Opera Company). His writing credits include, Becoming Bill (musical), Moldy Figs (play) and The Oasis (musical). The Game, his latest play is to be published by Australian Plays. In 2015, Bradley graduated with a Masters in Music Studies from Griffith Conservatorium of Music, receiving a 2015 Griffith Award for Academic Excellence.