This ensemble tragic comedy centres on former school captain Reagan Kelly who chases oblivion like an anarchistic alcohol-fuelled rock star. But, when the hangover hits, Reagan remembers she's living at home with her parents, with no direction and that her last suicide attempt was a total joke. Reagan, and the rest of the Kelly clan, over the course of three long-weekends pull themselves apart as they try to reconcile their ambitions for a better life and their desire to set everything that they have ablaze. It's a hilarious and harrowing story about rebellion and destruction in Queensland suburbia told through the eyes of unforgettable female protagonist.

  • comedy
  • 120
  • 7 total
  • 3 female identifying, 4 male identifying
  • lgbtqia+
  • 18+
  • young adult, adult
  • Australian Script Centre


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Female | 20s | 5 to 10 minutes
Starts on page 5

EXTRACT: ... Light my smoke from the wrong end... Kick it under the table without anyone noticing. Light another. That lesbian is tracking me. Hugh moans about some shit, takes the cigarette from my mouth, drags and looks miserable... I need another drink. Wet Pussy Lesbian now known as Grace buys us all Smirnoff Double Blacks. I can taste the alcohol. That’s new... I must be getting -AHHHHHHHHH! Why are we dancing?!

Adult language, Adult themes


Male | 20s | under 3 minutes
Starts on page 33

EXTRACT: I was at The Beat, well over a year ago, with Reagan probably and there were these Gogo Boys dancing on the - err - bar, you know, hot guys with a dozen abs prancing around in footy shorts... well, they weren’t quite prancing, they just sort of... pulsated.

Adult themes

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