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Coming Soon: Dear Nobody

August 6, 2012

Event: Dear Nobody by Buds Theatre Company
Venue: Goodman Arts Centre Black Box
Run: 6-9 September 2012
Directed by: Claire Devine
Cast: Fervyn Tan, Stanley Seah,Sahirrah Safit, Marc Valentine, Marvelina Pratiwi Setiawan, Aisha Shaik

Following their May production of Cock, Buds Theatre returns with “Dear Nobody”, inspired by Berlie Doherty’s award-winning young adult novel of the same name.

“Dear Nobody” tells the story of Alyssa and Dan, two eighteen-year-olds in their final year at school. Both plan to go to university overseas when Alyssa finds out she’s pregnant after they sleep together for the first time. Dan wants to marry her and do the right thing but Alyssa turns him away, seeking solace in writing a blog to her unborn child.

Dear Nobody focuses on the consequences of pre-marital sex and the subsequent impact on the lives of those involved. Set in current times, the subject is still very much relevant to our society, and the show hopes to highlight the problems and issues faced by young people and their families when presented with a problem larger than themselves. Played naturalistically, it is funny and entertaining without losing sight of the gravity of the situation in hand.

The production is open to all ages, with an advisory for those under 16.

Tickets are priced at $30 and $20 (concessionary for students, Senior Citizens and NS Men).
Visit or for ticketing and further information.
For student groups of 15 or more, tickets are available at $15.00. Please write to for more information.

One Comment leave one →
  1. August 6, 2012 10:54 pm

    Hi, Ilkosa,

    Thanks for the recommendation.

    This must be a very meaningful and thought-provocative play to catch.

    Hope it will touch many hearts and bring awareness to many.

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