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HEROES

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Jake and Nick are best friends and members of a band that is about to hit the big time. On the eve of signing a major contract they get together for a drink, but it soon becomes clear that this is no friendly catch up. One of them has a terrible secret, a secret the other one is about to use to get what he wants, no matter the cost. But who is really playing who?

  • naturalism
  • 55
  • 2 total
  • 2 male identifying
  • 18+
  • young adult, adult
  • Australian Script Centre


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Jake

Male | 20s | Unspecified
Starts on page 27

EXTRACT: But you see it too, don’t you? You see the eyes on me, and you can’t stand it. Well Nick, you’re going to have to. Because after everything, I will not give up what I have. Never. I’ve worked too hard, sacrificed too much, to drop it now because you’re jealous. I will fight tooth and nail to hold on to this and if you try to take it away from me, I will not hesitate to destroy you. In whatever way I can.


THEATRE PEOPLE REVIEW

NICK PILGRIM, 2017

"Bergmoser’s latest piece, ///Heroes///, is a whip – smart study in character analysis."

STAGE WHISPERS REVIEW

MICHAEL BRINDLEY, 2017

"It will have you chuckling and engrossed."

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