Event Description

Those Well Oiled Members

Those Well Oiled Members

18/08/2022 - 20/08/2022 7pm - 8pm

Guild Theatre, Level 2, Arts & Cultural Building

UMSU Union House Theatre

Brought to you by the SSAF


2050 Theatre is proud to present “Those Well Oiled Members”.

In the earth's final days, before the ocean is set alight, before our last refuge is invaded by the smog of our last adult diaper factory, humanity thrives. And argues... and fights. And jeers. And bullies.

Gwyneth Paltrow battles a hard working oil rig engineer for the fortune of a once mighty oil baron. The pair prove they will do anything for that money, wine poisoned with illicit herbal treatments, a very sexy oil barrel, and dead wives (who really deserve to just be left alone). No stone remains un-thrown. The only way the whole mess could get any worse is if a love-struck rich boy, a bitter military general and the pope of the catholic church were somehow involved. But that would be unlikely… right?

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Show Dates:

Thurs 18 August at 7pm
Fri 19 August at 7pm
Sat 20 August at 1pm (Relaxed Performance) - cancelled
Sat 20 August at 7pm


Guild Theatre, Arts and Cultural Building, Parkville.


Tickets $10-$25 at trybooking.com/937271

Created and Performed by:

Savier D’Arsie-Marquez
Joe Eidelson
Rachel Gabell
Aaditya Gupta
Thomas Hodge
Jack Palit

Content Warnings:

Reference to drug use, Simulated Murder, Reference to Death, Swearing, Alcohol use, Use of weapons, Use of poison, Sexual references, Simulated fights, Simulated sex scene, Parental abuse, parental death, Religious themes, Loud sound effects.

2050 Theatre acknowledges that this piece was created and performed on the lands of the Wurundjeri people. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging. Always was, always will be stolen land.

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