White Black and Blood is a unique collaborative performance devised, produced and performed by The Stan Dup Ensemble. This collection of three world premiere short plays ventures into a variety of different forms and styles of theatre whilst remaining united by a common theme.
1888. Whitchapel, London. Sherlock Holmes pursues his most infamous victim yet, Jack The Ripper. As the notorious killer's letters reach the press, Sherlock is drawn into a battle across time, space and even multiple universes. Is the charismatic detective competing to catch the Whitechapel murderer, or is this a contest to see who's legacy is greater?
There’s nothing quite like community theatre. The musty smell, the tired and overdone epics performed every year, and the décor that looks like the theatre hasn’t been renovated since 1972. But you’re related to a performer, so you pay $15 for a ticket anyway. Macbeth! Again…
Written by Robbie Maher
Directed by Korey Brennan-Scholz
Performed by Robbie Maher, Charlotte Little, Gabriella Merritt, Patrick Shearer, Georgia Rainbow and Sophie Edwards
A super squad of sorts
Seven Sub-par superheroes sequestered in a cell, searching for salvation but then shaping their own hell.
Written by Patrick Shearer
Directed by Robbie Maher
Performed by Korey Brennan-Scholz, Robbie Maher, Charlotte Little, Gabriella Merritt, Patrick Shearer, Georgia Rainbow and Sophie Edwards
Meet The Cast
We are currently running a series of interviews with the cast of White Black and Blood! Click on the photos below to listen to our interviews with the performers who bring this show to life!
White Black and Blood has been made possible by the support of Brisbane City Council's Visible Ink Youth Space and Communify.