Bontom presents the World Premiere of



Written by Ang Collins
Directed by Clemence Williams

There's power in that name. A unique name. A lonely name. But it's powerful nonetheless.

Clemence Williams directs this World Premiere of a radical reworking of Aeschylus's Agamemnon written by Ang Collins.

Agamemnon is a pop musician with a cult following and a deep secret. As she ends her sell-out world tour and heads back to the house that used to be her home, memories that she's tried so hard to keep buried begin to breathe again, so vivid she could die. And she very well might.

Told by a lively chorus and oozing with Australian authenticity, Chorus is about the unending pressures on women to conform to certain roles — and the potentially tragic results when they break that mould. When they want too much. When they go a step too far.


Writer: Ang Collins
Director and Sound Designer: Clemence Williams
Dramaturg: Thomas De Angelis
Production Designer: Emma White
Lighting Designer: Veronique Bennett
Video Designer: Sarah Hadley
Production: Isabella Debbage
Produced by: Bontom


Ella Prince as Agamemnon
Jack Crumlin as Chris
Chemon Theys as Kass
Eliza Scott as Chorus
Madelaine Osborn as Chorus
Nicole Pingon as Chorus

$33.00 - $45.00

Performance Times:
Tuesday - Saturday: 7:30 PM
Saturday Matinees: 2:00 PM
Sundays: 5:00 PM

Additional Information:
Seating at the Old Fitz Theatre is unreserved.

There is a lockout policy in place for all shows at the Old Fitz Theatre. Unfortunately latecomers can not be permitted and reentry to the theatre is not possible during the performance. Please visit our info page for more information.