Toby and Ros a retired left wing radical couple, flee to the upmarket Noosa to escape scandal in Sydney. Here Ros meets an old school friend Natasha, who is married to Ron, a hugely wealthy property developer. The connection between the two couples seems destined to be brief and spiky except for one thing - their children who find romance together. The patter of tiny feet brings on the clashing of egos and then, in typical Williamson fashion, it’s on for young and old!
The Award winning Australian playwright’s new satirical comedy of inter-generational conflict Let the Sunshine has been described as part Romeo and Juliet, part Meet the Parents with a decidedly Australian twist.
With wicked wit, comedy and great love, Williamson is a masterful chronicler of the changing face of our society.
By David Williamson
“…Let the Sunshine notches up its first chuckle in less than 30 seconds without a word being spoken. This play’s scale, its themes and its humour are a perfect fit.” Jason Blake - Sydney Morning Herald