After a big night out on the booze, Blossom and Max wake up together in Blossom’s cheap inner city boarding house room. Eviction hangs heavily over Blossom, and when the landlady disturbs her fantasies of what has been and what may come, realities hit home hard. As chaos and crime from the streets outside seep into Miss Blossom’s bizarre and unpredictable world, unexpected twists and turns deliver a surprising outcome.
‘House has hit top form with his latest in your face black comedy… sharp, witty, gritty and loaded with time bombs… Laughs don’t come much darker than this’ ★★★★ – The Sunday Mail
Winner of the Best Adelaide Playwright (Sunday Mail) for Miss Blossom Callahann
Commissioned and produced by ABC Radio National Drama Unit.
Written and directed by Stephen House
Performed by Will Ewing, Rosemary Johns, Ruth Katerelos and Marc Opitz
Sound design by Christopher Williams
Lighting, stage managment and image by Annabel Warmington