In homage to pure Generation Y apathy, Dirty People is a snapshot of a self-obsessed generation beneath a gritty, funny surface. At once an endearing comment and at once a satire of the millennials, Dirty People gets to the core of the selfie generation and says “what’re you gonna do about it?”. As the story unravels, the dirtier it gets.
Dirty People is a new Australian work by writer Charlie Falkner. Opening with a trial run at Sydney’s Depot Theatre to four outstanding reviews, and further acclaim at Perth Fringe World Festival, Dirty People has been lauded by those who hate the characters and those who love them.
Written by Charlie Falkner
Directed by Michael Abercromby
Produced by Emma Diaz
"Writer Charlie Falkner and all cast and crew are to be commended for this awe-inspiring work, that serves as a reminder of just how good new Australian theatre can be"
"Dirty People is a funky, fun energised show, tightly woven and filled with the thrilling promise of a budding new generation and their particular voice"
"Charlie Falkner’s Dirty People is a delightful romp about the selfie generation. Its dialogue is clever and idiosyncratic, with hints of originality that gives the work remarkable character"
Suzy Goes See
"Dirty People is an exemplification of what independent theatre and new writing can do"
Sean Maroney, The Music