Presented by the Jane Franklin Hall Student Club Committee
A Friendly Felony follows six friends
as they navigate friendship, competition,
romance, and the law.
University students are known for being a species of their own. Rose, Lily, Kat, Alex, Grey, and Tony are no exception to this rule. A Friendly Felony follows these six friends as they navigate friendship, competition, romance, and the law. Could it be that some of these friends are not as friendly as they appear? Could personal agendas cause friction between the group? Could a secret romance be the collapse of an unbreakable bond? As tensions build, it becomes clear not everyone will make it out alive.
The Jane Franklin Hall Student Club Committee presents their 31st annual play. This year the play is an original script written by Stephanie Brunner, an ex-resident of the college and Directed by Nicki Squibb, a third-year resident.
Starring: Eve Gowen, Esther Tan, Jordan Poland, Stella O’Neill, Matthew Diprose, Stephen Cronin, Ashalynn Kuemlangan, Samuel Tan, and Ellen Payne.
Thursday 24 September 2020 : Doors Open @ 7:00pm | Performance @ 7:30pm
Friday 25 September 2020 : Doors Open @ 7:00pm | Performance @ 7:30pm
75 minutes (includes 15 minute Interval)
Jane Franklin Student Club members FREE
Note: If you wish to sit together, please ensure that you book together (a single booking).
Seat allocations will be made based on each booking.
To ensure Physical Distancing the theatre capacity is limited. Dynamic seating measures have been implemented, with every second row vacant and a three-seat vacant block on either side of each group.