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Written and Directed by Sam Morris
(October 2021)

In a dystopian world where light is currency anything is possible
People live in the dark. The surface isn’t safe. Light is currency. At its heart, Lux is a ‘what if’ story. By taking a simple step away from money as currency, familiar situations can be examined anew. The play follows Gabe - a recovered drug addict - trying to make good on his past. But, in doing so, he ruins his chances of success. Instead, Gabe stumbles upon a hidden world of guerrilla warfare, where those deemed useless by society can find hope, and the promise of a brighter future. It’s a play about escape, dealers and addicts, attempts at redemption, and what it means to have value.


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Sam Morris




Coleman Kelly 


Judie Feenstra


Pim van Amerongen


Jacqueline Poplar (Wolf)


Matthew Carney


Viivi Salokangas


Stage manager - Diana Macari

Set designer - Ia Enstera

Lighting designer  - Tom Wickens

Sound designer - Melcher Meirmans and Nando Eweg (Recsound) 

Costume designer - Viivi Salokangas

Program designer - Katerina Georgakopulou

Poster Designer - Ines Serrano

Poster photo - Milk Bottle Photography

Paintings by - Ann Oakley

Front of House Manager - Miruna Gabor

Special Thanks to - Caorline Geiser, Raphel Dias, Bril Koffie, Monk's Coffee

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