Ever hated what you do for work? Why not do something about it?

Daniel is a tech contractor at a top-secret military base, way out in the middle of nowhere. He isn’t exactly sure what he’s working on, and remaining ignorant seems a great way to secure a comfy desk job. But when he starts discovering what he’s involved in, he feels compelled to tell someone, anyone, what’s going on—even if it means destroying himself in the process. DANIEL is a strange, funny and brutal play about surveillance, complicity, office politics, and trying to get through a day’s work at a job you hate.

“a petri dish of densely connected ideas… razor-sharp observation into social dynamics”

– Theatre Travels on ‘Notes from the Moonee Ponds Canal’

Content Warning: Violence

Written by Fred Pryce

Image by Melissa Johnston

Access Information:

Visual rating 50%: Events are partly subtitled or include dialogue, background music and/or sounds, so d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have some engagement with the event.

75% Aural rating Symbol

Aural Rating 75%: Mainly sound-based, with visuals only incidental to the work, so blind or low vision audiences can have close to the full experience of the event.