Redcliffe Cultural Centre, August 2017

Originally a concept album, exploring themes of abandonment and personal isolation, the lead character, Pink, deals with the loss of his father to war, abuse from his schoolteachers, an overprotective mother, and the breakdown of his marriage leading eventually to self imposed isolation from society.

This new, electrifying production, reframed the story in the age of social media, the 24 hour news cycle and the constant reliance on our devices. How can anyone achieve isolation when everyone is constantly, aggressively connected?

Featuring a live band, Brisbane's finest performers, and state of the art lighting & visuals all set to some of Pink Floyds most evocative music, this production demonstrated that Pannic were going to shake up the community theatre scene in Brisbane.


Pink – Maree Butterworth

Orator – Solange Lipcin

Atom Heart Mother – Asabi Goodman

Atom Heart Mother – Georgina Purdie

Atom Heart Mother – Mark Smith

Atom Heart Mother – Holly Siemsen

Schoolmaster – Dale Pengelly

Judge – Daniel Coffey

Newsreader – Dale Sherman

Child – Andrew Beckitt

Mother/The Flesh – Alicia Caruana

Wife/The Flesh – Melissa Budd

The Flesh – Monica Baker

The Flesh – Maureen Bowra

The Flesh – Maddison Joyce

The Flesh – Grace Keane-Jones

The Flesh – Tyler Morrisson

The Flesh – Georgia Murray

"Booth Singer" – Ruby Wright

Photography by the incredible legend Brody Grogan

Director/Production Designer – Andrew Haden

Band Leader – Jason Zadkovich

Music Director – Grace Cockburn

Vocal Coach – Alicia Caruana

Vocal Coach – Kym Brown

Choreographer – Mike Lapot

Movement – Drew der Kinderen

Choreographer – Melissa Budd

Costume Designer – Ashleigh Creeks

Costume Designer – Aimee Pouzet

Sound Designer and Operator – James Dosser

Production Manager/Visuals Operator – Eli King

Stage Manager – Nicole Goulter

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Website photography by the incredible legend Brody Grogan.

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