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Written by

Felicity Pickering

Cast & CreATIVES

Each year Australian Theatre for Young People brings together 20 of the country’s most exciting young writers to participate in the National Studio, held at picturesque Riversdale on the Shoalhaven River.

During the week the writers aged between 18 and 26 spend time learning from some of Australia’s most respected playwrights and dramaturges. As part of the week the writers are given a common theme and asked to create a seven minute monologue specifically for a 17 year old actor.

This annual collection of monologues is The Voices Project.

In 2013 Felicity was selected to participate in the National Studio. Facon was developed by ATYP and was performed as part of Bite Me. Bite Me was presented as a main stage performance in 2014 and was published as an anthology by Currency Press. 





Directed by
Anthony Skuse

Gez Xavier Mansfield

Lighting Designer
Sara Swersky

Sound Designer
Jed Silver

Movement Coach
Adele Jeffreys

Design Assistant
Miriam Baxter

Voice Coach
Kate Williams

Production Manager
Juz McGuire

Stage Manger
Ruth Horsfall


Jory Anast
Jake Brain
Sophie Hardcastle
Tasnim Hossain
Julian Larnach
Zac Linford
Felicity Pickering
Emily Sheehan
Kyle Walmsley
Keir Wilkins

Airlie Dodds
Darcie Irwin-Simpson
Joel Jackson
Angelica Madani
Sam Marques
Paul Musumeci
Julia Rorke
Emily Sheehan
Kate Williams



5th February 2014 - 
 22d February 2014



ATYP Theatre


The Voices Project 2014: Bite Me is a collection of seven-minute monologues tailored for young adult actors.

Thirteen delicious tales by some of the country’s best emerging playwrights, Bite Me is the latest instalment of The Voices Project—the overwhelmingly successful annual program of monologues developed by ATYP , written by young people, performed by young actors around the country, and seen by over a million people globally online as we bring the monologues to life on film as well as on stage.

This collection of thirteen monologues serves a mouth-watering banquet of work exploring our relationship with food . Funny, warm, irreverent and cheeky, this is a celebration of the complexity and contradictions of young lives. Bite Me is a feast for the senses.


Performance DETAILS



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