The most important house in Canberra isn't on top of a hill and it doesn't have a flagpole. It's a small govie house in Warramanga where love blossoms in a cloud of pot smoke, where partying is infectious and so is the couch.
'Murphy's grasp of the relevant vernacular is spot-on... What makes Troy's House enormously enjoyable is its irreverent satire, with a thread of subtextual seriousness in terms of class analysis...' Helen Thomson, The Age, Feb 7, 2005
- Surreal satirical black comedy
- 70 minutes
- 4 female, 3 male
- 16 to 18
- teen, young adult, adult
- Australian Script Centre