Open For Inspection


WHEN: 8-9.30pm – 26 Jul 2018



This event takes place at Joynton Avenue Creative Centre, Zetland.

In Open For Inspection you will meet two young Sydney househunters whose dream of owning their first home will mean evicting a couple of frail and elderly renters.

Think you’ve met the most annoying housemate? Wait until you see what happens when Melbourne Phd student finds herself house-sharing with a shut-in and compulsive liar.

Two Goths bring new meaning to the idea of house-warming, we find out what really happens when Grand Designs go pear-shaped and a woman asks whether we really need to settle down at all.

Join MC Oscar Morphew and talented Sydney actors, Lauren Hamilton Neill and Alex Neal as they bring to life these fantastic stories by Jon Steiner, Anthony Lynch, Richard Holt, Susan McCreery and Samantha See.

We’ll have a warming brew and some fun audience participation to keep the chills away. BYO beanies.

About the Artists

Oscar Morphew is a Sydney-based actor and filmmaker, having won the Robin Anderson Award for best film and best actor in 2008 Oscar went on to study filmmaking at AFTRS, and acting at ACTT. He produces his own projects and undertakes copious odd jobs in the TV and film industry.

Lauren Hamilton Neill is a Queensland native and holds a Bachelor in Music Theatre (CQCM). She professionally has murdered several husbands in Deadly Women, was murdered in The Suspects, shamelessly flirted with a man far too old for her in ABC TV’s The Gods of Wheat St, and will soon be starring as a vegetarian vampire chef in a short film that will also see her don the producers hat.

Alex Neal graduated QUT Acting in 2017, and has been living and working in Sydney for the past six months. He is currently working on an AFTRS short film and will appear in the Australian film Danger Close.

Homemakers of Green Square is part of the 107 Presents program, a curated multi-arts program that celebrates artistic excellence, the power of creativity to connect community and showcases Sydney as a creative city to live, work and play.

wheelchair accessible