Motor-mouth Loves Suck-Face

Published by: Encore pR | 8-Aug-2016
Shut up and listen. In exactly ten minutes and fifty-three seconds the world is going to end. But that's not important right now"¦
Venue: Chapel Off Chapel
Address: 12 Little Chapel St., Prahran
Date: 6-23 October 2016
Time: Tues "“ Sat @7.30pm, Sat matinee @ 2pm, Sunday @4pm
Ticket: $45 Full, $35 Conc, $28 Preview
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Call: 03 8290 7000
Welcome to the party to end all parties on the last night of the world. #Armageddon. #Zombies. Existential teenage passion and virgin-geeks - where the only way to escape annihilation is through a cosmic wormhole that leads to another dimension. Get transported to another world with Motor-mouth Loves Suck-Face on at Chapel Off Chapel 6-23 October.

Presented by Anthony Crowley, Motor-mouth Loves Suck-Face is an apocalyptic musical comedy about a planet on the edge, complete with a pop-rock score ("Suck My Armageddon", " I Want to Taste Your Fish Paste") and a thumping Bollywood diversion because, well, how else do you distract a mob of brain dead zombies?

With all the ingredients of a cult show, Artistic Director, Writer and Producer Ant Crowley creates a stage world where the dramatic stakes are high "“ life and death high "“ the energy is electric, the characters idiosyncratic, and the consequences comedically dire. It's an Australian story about universal themes of love, heart-break, hope and escape and the 21st century pop culture fascination with the end of the world.

Wrapped in a glittering party atmosphere, Motor-mouth Loves Suck-Face makes its Melbourne debut with an energetic night at the theatre that is bursting at the seams. For more info visit

About Anthony Crowley

Anthony Crowley is a playwright, composer and director. His writing for musical theatre includes 'The Villain of Flowers', 'The Wild Blue', 'Nathanial Storm', and 'Vincent - An A cappella Opera'. In 2006 he was co-winner of the Pratt Prize for musical theatre. His writing for the theatre includes 'Pretty White Lies", "The Velveteen Undertow', and 'The Frail Man', which won the 2004 Wal Cherry Play of the Year. In 2005 he was the recipient of the ANPC/New Dramatists Award, and in 2008 he won the Victorian Premier's Literary Award for Best Music Theatre Script.

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