A deserted industrial town where the desert meets the sea. Two sisters, the last inhabitants of the once thriving town, defiantly refuse to leave their home on the outskirts.

DRY is a dystopian western inspired by the desert town of Port Augusta and its tough inhabitants.

Set in the past, present or future this fierce small cast play exposes our relationship to the land, the First People, refugees and each other.


With actors Eileen Darley, Vuyo Loko and Caroline Mignone

Writer/director                     Catherine Fitzgerald
Dramaturg                             Patricia Cornelius
Composer                              Catherine Oates
Set and costume designer   Gaelle Mellis
Lighting and AV designer     Nic Mollison
Photographer                        Alex Frayne
Production Manager            Emma O’Neill

Intensive Photography Workshop with Alex Frayne

Learn how to capture the magnificent landscapes of Port Augusta at dawn and dusk armed only with your mobile phone!

When: Saturday 7 August (dusk) & Sunday 8 August (dawn) OR Sunday 8 August (dusk) & Monday 9 August (dawn)
Where: Port Augusta
Price: $40pp

The workshop will be facilitated by Alex Frayne. Alex is an award-winning internationally renowned artist, known for his exquisite landscape and portraiture photography.  Alex is the photographer for DRY by Catherine Fitzgerald, an exciting new play inspired by Port Augusta playing at the LEA Theatre Port Augusta, Nov 13 at 7pm.

He brings a wealth of experience and skill and knowledge of film history and practice as a filmmaker.

If you’re interested in participating please fill out the form below. Someone will be in contact with you shortly after to confirm your place and take payment for the workshop. If you have any enquiries please contact Pippa Stroud at [email protected].

Dry by Catherine Fitzgerald is supported by

Sera Waters: Domestic Arts
  • Visual Arts

Sera Waters: Domestic Arts

12th July 2021 — 31st October 2021

This exhibition subverts and unravels the baggage-laden yet wondrous category of making once labelled ‘domestic arts’

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