Pining For Affection: A Tree Musical

The absurd, wild ride, Pining For Affection: A Tree Musical is back by popular demand!

Fringe allocation exhausted – see venue website
Four actors huddle together in front of a white background looking at the man in the center. The central figure is dressed a tree with an actress dressed as a possum looking over his shoulder and a prince in a red jacket and a princess with a leather jacket are at his feet.

Image Credit: Julia Kaddatz

  • Written and Directed by: Dylan Marshall and Earl Marrows

  • Performed by: Stephen Amos, Gina Dickson, Ursula Searle and Alfred Kouris

Please note: Melbourne Fringe’s ticket allocation is exhausted, for tickets visit the Butterfly Club website.

An all-original, narrative based, musical adventure about the most unlikely of heroes.

Sick of being the scenery for a royal affair, our titular tree dreams of growing above and beyond his humble roots. With the help of his nocturnal friend, a catchy beat and a bloodied axe, this hero to root for will branch out of his comfort zone towards a life in the spotlight.

5 years after its Melbourne debut, the team at Marshall and Marrows are bringing Pining For Affection: A Tree Musical back to audiences by popular demand. Some might even call it a Tree-union special.

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