A Broadcast Coup
Cut-throat journalist Jez Connell is out for her next sting. It’s been a year since she brought down one of TV’s most lauded stars for behaving badly and now she’s got Michael King, the top-rated darling of public radio, in her sights. This time, it’s personal.
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With the loyalty of his longstanding producer wavering, and a hip up-and-coming podcaster eager to take the mic off Mike, has the plug been pulled on Michael King’s career?
This brand new comedy from Melanie Tait, the writer of the sell-out THE APPLETON LADIES’ POTATO RACE, will send ripples through the airwaves and spark heated debate.
Melanie teams up with director Janine Watson, who recently guided the Ensemble productions of NEARER THE GODS and STILL UNQUALIFIED, to present this world premiere that will have you laughing in the aisles.
Running time: 90 minutes (no interval)
Content warning: Strong Language, Sexual References