‘Piano Forte’ is a family drama that introduces the audience to the responsibilities of being an Enduring Power of Attorney and the subtleties of elder law and what can happen when well-intentioned forward planning goes wrong.
78-year-old Eliza lives alone. Her grandson, Robert, is her carer and Enduring Power of Attorney. Can he handle the responsibility? Robert’s wife, Lucy is pregnant and she wants it all – a career, a baby, a house and a supportive husband. But where is Robert when she needs him most? The competing pressures of his intergenerational responsibilities lead Robert to make a choice he may regret forever …
When a Family's ambitions collide with the Law: A cautionary tale for Seniors
Written by Toni Wills. Directed by Lucas Stibbard with Mary Eggleston, Cameron Clark & Rainee Skinner
Piano Forte – a Community Legal Education theatre project written by Toni Wills and developed in partnership with Suncoast Community Legal Service.
2pm & 7pm, Tuesday 20 September, Buderim War Memorial Hall
2pm & 7pm, Thursday 22 September, Noosa Arts Theatre
2pm & 7pm, Saturday 24 September, Black Box Theatre, Old Ambulance Station
Book at http://suncoastcommunitylegal.org/events/
$10 Adult, $5 Conc/Seniors
02 Sep 2016 | ‘Treading the boards’ – Suncoast to deliver legal drama for seniors in September
Black Box Theatre, Old Ambulance Station, Nambour
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