Are we there yet? Rolling into parks across Brisbane – September 2010 [Free Event]

Brisbane Festival is taking one weird and wacky road show to suburban parks across the city with Are We There Yet

Set in a caravan park, the world premiere production Are We There Yet? is a classic travellers’ tale about a bunch of characters moving to Brisbane and takes a hilarious look at what makes up a family.

With influences from The Kumars to old school vaudeville, the Are We There Yet? caravans will role into parks across Brisbane over three weekends.

Disillusioned defactos Davo and Gemma have travelled to Queensland from Victoria looking for a new life while the more conservative Revins from Canberra are looking for a place to retire. The Lees from South Australia are seeking a rural lifestyle while mad nut musician Dan doesn’t seem to come from or be going anywhere.

Based around the antics of this eclectic bunch of families and idiosyncratic characters whose pathscross one night, the musical theatre show promises to make audiences laugh, cringe, cry, clap and sing along.

Get ready for some catchy tunes, spectacular circus, slapstick, true blue tales of life, cringe-worthy Dad jokes and a bash away at the old piano.

Are We There Yet? is a free roving roadshow that brings family-friendly theatre to nine parks across Brisbane this September for Brisbane Festival 2010.


    Friday 10 September at 6pm at 7th Brigade Park

    Ferny Grove
    Saturday 11 September at 4pm at Movilla Street Park

    Sunday 12 September at 4pm at Brookfield Showgrounds

    Ellen Grove
    Friday 17 September at 6pm at Community Park

    Saturday 18 September at 4pm at Majestic Park

    Sunday 19 September at 4pm at Broadwater Picnic Grounds

    Thursday 23 September at 6pm at Moora Park

    Friday 24 September at 6pm at Bandstand Park

    Saturday 25 September at 6pm at Bulimba Memorial Park

90 minutes (no interval)

Free entry event

Creative Writer / Director: Scott Witt
Featuring: Bridget Boyle and Adam Couper
Musical Director: Adam Couper
A Close Knit: Installation by stitch ‘n’ bitch at Carole Park and Brookfield performances.

No seating provided. Please bring a picnic rug or a cushion for your comfort. BYO refreshments as
food and beverages will not be for sale. This is an alcohol free event.