Rosie Lourde (Taylor)Anna Lawrence (Ellie)Aaron Glenane (Craig)Patch Harrison (Henry)Laura Bunting (McKenzie)Stephanie King (Beatrix)Stephen Multari (Seven)Timothy Lincoln Cole (Jordan)Shannon Ashlyn (Sophie)Tyler Atkins (Zack)Alex Bryant-Smith (Bartender)Michael Drysdale (Paul)Eden Falk (Adrian)Carmen Foon (Milly)Hiroshi Kasuga (Gallery Guest)Kallista Kaval (Chelsea)Olga Miller (Natasha)Connie Neighbour (Connie)
Chocolate Oyster follows twenty-somethings Ellie (Anna Lawrence) and Taylor (Rosie Lourde), who live in Bondi apartments they can't really afford, and pursue their dreams in a city that seems intent on thwarting them. Taylor chases a dance career by day and works as a waitress at night, while supporting her new boyfriend Henry (Ryan Harrison), an aspiring playwright. Tired of being with a dependent and juvenile boyfriend, Ellie ends her relationship and begins to see Craig (Aaron Glenane), a chef who dreams of creating a signature dish that will make his name. With the story work shopped between actors and director, and a great deal of improvisation, the monochrome Chocolate Oyster has a breezy quality that reflects both the beauty and difficulty of life in Sydney.