Critically Acclaimed Play ‘Control’ Coming To Kangaroo Point

Observatory Theatre is bringing the critically acclaimed science fiction play Control to Kangaroo Point in June 2022! 

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The play, which will be shown three days in a row (9 June-11 June 2022) at the Queensland Multicultural Centre is an Australian science fiction production that revolves around humanity’s relationship with technology.

Control director Timothy Wynn said, “This show features some of Brisbane’s best up and coming talent at their finest.”

It stars Triona Calimbayan-Giles from BC Productions, Queensland Theatre’s Egan Sun-Bin, Nykita O’Keeffe of Lynch & Paterson, and Matt Domingo of 24 Hour Musical Project.

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“The story spans three distinctly different worlds and it is an exciting challenge to honour and detail each one,” Mr Wynn said.

Mr Wynn, an artistic director from THAT Production Company is a recent Matilda Award Nominee.

The highly acclaimed production is a masterpiece of Melbourne-based playwright Keziah Warner. It was shortlisted for the Patrick White Playwrights Award and was commended by the judges back in 2017.

“Told across several decades, from Melbourne to Mars, Keziah Warner’s startling, provocative and funny new play explores humanity’s desire to dictate how we’re perceived by others,”  the description for the play reads.

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Just a heads up, the play will be on a limited run of four shows only. Mark your calendars with these dates if you wouldn’t want to miss this chance to see a blockbuster production:

-Thursday 9 June: 7:30 p.m.

– Friday 10 June: 7:30 p.m.

– Saturday 11 June: 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

The play, which will have a total runtime of 90 minutes, will be at the auditorium of QMC. For more information, including booking your tickets, visit