By Terence Rattigan Directed by Jennifer Willison It is a few years prior to the First World War and fourteenyear- old Ronnie Winslow has just been expelled from naval college, accused of the theft of a postal order. The boy remains adamant that he is innocent. Enraged, his father Arthur, engages a leading lawyer, Sir […]
By Mary Chase Directed by Meredith Jacobs The Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy about a charming gentleman, Elwood P. Dowd and his invisible friend Harvey . . . a six-foot tall, white rabbit! When Elwood begins introducing Harvey around town, Veta, his long suffering sister and her outraged daughter, Myrtle Mae, decide to have Elwood committed. Hilarity […]
By Roger Hall Directed by Carol Wimmer It’s 2007. Recently retired librarians Alison and Adrian have downsized to a retirement village and carefully planned a dream holiday to Italy. Then their best friends have to pull out of the trip. Who’ll do the driving? Or share the expenses? New neighbours Harry, a wealthy plumber, and […]
[Show picture list] thanks to Chris Lundie for the great photos
Thank you Stage Whispers magazine for promoting our next production, Perfect Wedding. Go to the link http://www.stagewhispers.com.au/…/perfect-wedding-castle-hi… I would strongly suggest you book your tickets sooner rather than later, this show is taking off! Best presales for one of our shows in years!
http://www.sydneyartsguide.com.au/perfect-wedding-fast-pac…/ A great review for Perfect Wedding. Grab your tickets before they sell out! www.paviliontheatre.org.au
CASTLE HILL PLAYERS PRESENT ‘THE BOOK OF EVERYTHING’ @ PAVILION THEATRE
Congratulations to the recipients of The Pavilion Award, Sandy Velini and Robert Snars, seen here with VPP, Jeremy Johnson and President, Stephen Snars
The Shelagh O’Hanlon Award was given to Lesley Harwood. Congratulations! Presented in the Green Room by Stephen Snars before tonight’s performance of The Book of Everything. Lesley is in costume ready to go onstage.
The Book of Everything. Pavilion Theatre – Castle Hill Players. Review by Neil Litchfield. http://www.stagewhispers.com.au/reviews/book-everything-2