The Sydney Premiere of a gripping new play by the 2018 winner of the Pulitzer Prize.

Directed by Alastair Clark | Presented by An Assorted Few

WITH: Gabrielle Scawthorn, Benedict Wall, Abe Mitchell, Ryan Morgan

 Set Designer: Jeremy Allen  Costume Designer: Maya Keys Lighting Designer: Alexander Berlarge Sound Designer: Benjamin Freeman Stage Manager: Jessica Serio

For twenty-two years Darja sits at derelict bus stop littered with cigarette butts and broken beer bottles. An immigrant from Poland, she negotiates for her future with men who can offer her love or security, but never both. The hope of a better life in America is turning out to be impossible.

Martyna Majok, recipient of this year’s Pulitzer Prize, has crafted a play about the constant battle to eke out a modest existence as a woman at the bottom of the heap. It’s a story of the highs and lows of life, rich with dark humour, fiful joy and constant struggle underneath the crumbling highway overpasses of New Jersey.

An enthralling drama about the women we overlook.


Please note that due to the arrangement of the theatre and the intimacy of the space, there is a lockout policy in place on all shows at KXT. Latecomers are not permitted to enter during the performance and there are no refunds/exchanges with regards to latecomers.