David Tredinnick

July 19, 2016

“Alaine Beek’s “Point of No Return” not only shines a light on a little-known aspect of

Australia’s dark convict past: remarkably, it also manages to paint a nuanced portrait

of male relationships, especially between those teetering on the verge of manhood.

The dialogue is heartfelt and funny, the tension palpable, and the onstage action

often surprising and fierce. Although the situation is outside most people’s direct

experience, the audience can easily identify with the characters and become totally

engrossed in the world that is being created before them. This is a truly beguiling

piece of writing that also translates effortlessly onto the stage.”


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