Based on a true story, an Iranian family living in Australia attempts to escape memories of torture endured back home. Their role in the 1992 raid on the Iranian Embassy in Canberra leads to persecution by the Australian government.
Errol O’Neill as Hamid's father, Kamran, Interrogator, Mr. Darabi, and Mullah
Sandro Colarelli as Masud, Reza, John, and Judge
Additional characters included Protesters, Prosecutor, Woman, Remand Centre Guards, Lawyers, Islamic Revolutionary Guards, Jews, Driver, Smuggler, Journalists, Hamid's Family, and Prisoners and were played by members of the company.
The production was directed by Michael Futcher and the assistant director was Helen Howard. The design was done by Bill Haycock, and the lighting was done by Matt Scott. Dramaturgical assistance was done by Janis Balodis. The music was performed by Francis Gilfedder, Roland Adeney, and Cieavash Arean.