The multi-award-winning play is a puzzle of scenes that are slowly put together by the audience to tell the tumultuous history of the Law and York families over four generations.
The Mullum production uses a complex and beautiful lighting and a live band playing original music and a cast of ten to tell the story.
When the Rain Stops Falling has played to sold-out audiences on the West End and Broadway. Time magazine named the play ‘Best New Play of the Year’, when it premiered in New York.
Bovell, writer of Lantana, Strictly Ballroom and Secret River (stage version) has a strong commitment to environmental protection and to Australians finding their identity in a post-colonial world.
The play is set in London, the Coorong and Alice Springs between the 1950s and 2039.
When the Rain Stops Falling plays at the Drill Hall Theatre, Thursday–Saturday at 7.30pm, and Sunday at 5pm until 12 February.
Cut Price Thursday tickets are just $20.