This short ten minute play by prolific writer, Eero Tarik, looks at the perceptions we have in regard to gender stereotyping. Should men wear nail polish in the 21st century? And if not, why not? A good laugh on the way to work...
This short play is set in the Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart, Tasmania on a cool summer's day. Susan takes Erik on his first visit to the iconic museum of art but they are in for a shock at one exhibit. Join them on this fast paced romp.
Eero Tarik is one of the world's most prolific short story writers and from time to time pops out a short play or five.
A short ten minute play that looks at the automation of jobs and the worker's perspective. Read it on the way to work, just don't laugh too much. Eero Tarik is one of the world's most prolific short story writers as well as being a playwright and music artist.
Once again Eero Tarik presents an outrageous short play for your enjoyment. The perfect accompaniment on your way to work this play takes you into Caesar's household as he entertains dinner guests. All your ideas of Roman life will be blown out of the water in this fast paced romp.