The No Chance In Hell Hotel

Drew Fairley, Kate Smith

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The No Chance In Hell Hotel' was first written by Kate Smith and Drew Fairley as a new Australian work for development at Darlinghurst Theatre in 2006. The play was then produced for several return seasons by Darlinghurst Theatre and their touring arm, Critical Stages, including a regional of N.S.W in 2009. The work was also developed by Merrigong Theatre Company for the Bite Season of Independent theatre at the Seymour Centre in Sydney. The No Chance In Hell Hotel is an innovative and idiosyncratic comic one act play that blends slapstick, physical comedy and popular culture parody, they sing, dance and subvert cultural icons as well as inverting the age old story of love. The writers, Smith and Fairley have been commissioned to write two more works since The No Chance In Hell Hotel premiered in 2006.//Venues and dates included: 2005, 2006, 4 Jan ' 3 Feb 2007 and 15 Sep - 26 Sep 2009 at Darlinghurst Theatre Co; 24 July ' 18 August 2007 Seymour Centre; 2007 Illawarra Performing Arts Centre; 36 regional/metropolitan venues in 2009 tour.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationMultiple venues in regional and metropolitan NSW and Hong Kong
PublisherCritical Stages, Merrigong Theatre Company, Perilous Mouths
Size1 act play; 80 minutes, multiple venues over 4 years
Publication statusPublished - 2009


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