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SPEAKING IN TONGUES – THE PLAY THAT BECAME LANTANA OPENS AT THE RONDO IN CAIRNS

02 Jul

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One of the best Australian films of recent times was Lantana – Ray Lawrence directing a stellar cast in a complex and compelling tale of mystery, lust and the search for something more. The film was based on a play by Andrew BovellSpeaking In Tongues. That play opens in Cairns this Friday night at the Rondo Theatre

It’s a truly engaging story, weaving together separate but related threads and characters in an unusual series of coincidences – strangers draw close, while loved ones drift apart. Secrets, deceit, intrigue – all combine in a story that’s ultimately about what we yearn for, what we need, and sometimes can’t find. Speaking in Tongues runs at the Rondo till July 12th.

LISTEN to excerpts and my interview with director Kevin West

[audio https://rdontheroad.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/air-speaking-in-tongues-fading-end.mp3|bg=0x0000ff|righticon=0xff0000]

 

LISTEN to my interview with cast members Natalie Crowe and Warren Clements

[audio https://rdontheroad.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/natalie-crowe-warren-clements.mp3|bg=0x0000ff|righticon=0xff0000]

 

LISTEN to my interview with cast member Kane Sarota

[audio https://rdontheroad.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/kane-sarota.mp3|bg=0x0000ff|righticon=0xff0000]

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