$28 - $55

Prepare for a one-of-a-kind performance revue that's anything but your typical office tower affair! This sassy show dives headfirst into the absurd and objectionable aspects of the modern workplace, delivering a musical experience that spans blues, rap, Latin plainchant, and more, all in the name of evaluating what meets expectations and what needs a bit of improvement.

Amy Mansfield, the creative genius behind the songs, has crafted a wicked range of tunes exploring hot topics like coworker communications ('Mansplain it to me') and Uniformity and Exclusion ('CEO Song: Okay so I'm white') across the realms of corporates, the public sector, and the precarious gig economy.

Inspired by a medley of influences, from the humor of the TV series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend to the classic Modern Times by Charlie Chaplin, Tricia Hersey's Rest is Resistance, and David Graeber's Bullshit Jobs, "H.R. The Musical" will have you laughing with a mix of despair and curiosity. You'll find yourself pondering, along with the rest of the world, when the revolution is coming – a thought that might just make it onto your to-do list.

Featuring a stellar cast, including the critically acclaimed Mika Austin, known for Artsense Productions' hits like "I Didn't Invite You Here to Lecture Me" and "you are [not] alone here," alongside the incredibly talented Zoe Triggs and Lizzie Buckton, who will dazzle you with their singing, dancing, and mastery of various blowable and plucky instruments.

Gather your co-workers and your boss – this is one work-related event you won't want to miss!

$2 per hour to a max of $12 on weekends and a $12 flat rate for weekday evenings at The Civic car park. Find out more

Last updated: 10 December 2023