Over the course of one boozy night in 1966, John, Paul, George and Ringo confront their past, future and the place their music has in the world. As egos clash and demons are revealed it soon becomes clear that the Beatles may be on a dangerous collision course. Can they right the ship before they fall apart for good?
Fierce, funny and poignant, We Can Work It Out is the account of something that probably never happened but very easily could have. Written by Gabriel Bergmoser and directed by Greg Caine, We Can Work It Out is returning to Melbourne stages after a sell out 2015 season.
John: Kashmir Sinnamon
Paul: Karl Sarsfield
George: Troy Larkin
Ringo: Brett Wolfenden
Warning: Contains strong coarse language
"The script uses a good mix of humour and drama to illustrate the collision course the Beatles were headed towards at the peak of their career as a band."- Stage Whispers
"Writing a play about such well known characters is always a risk, but Bergmoser has managed to deliver an entertaining play that questions what may have been going on off stage, while remaining true to the public personae of each of the Beatles members." - Theatrepeople