Hills Shire Times

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Thank you to the Hills Shire Times for their article on COMMUNICATING DOORS (Sep 25th, pg 37). It’s a show with something for everyone – comedy, suspense, time travel, skilful stunt work, threesomes & a very sexy lady in a dominatrix outfit! If any of those themes tickle your fancy, just go to: https://paviliontheatre.org.au/bookings/ & […]

NELL GWYNN

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By Jessica Swale Directed by Jennifer Willison London,1660. The Puritans have been routed and King Charles II has taken the throne – and brought with him a love of all things loud, extravagant and sexy. In Drury Lane, the heart of the theatre district, a young Nell Gwynn is peddling oranges when her sassy nature […]

THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK

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By Francis Goodrich and Albert Hackett Directed by Faith Jessel “Look how a single candle can both defy and define the darkness.” – Anne Frank We know the ending before this story begins. However, her voice and words continue to resonate through the ages. Goodrich and Hackett’s extraordinary Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning adaptation […]

BILOXI BLUES

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By Neil Simon Directed by Meredith Jacobs The Army made Eugene a man, but Daisy gave him basic training! It is 1943 and Eugene M Jerome is on a hot, smelly train to Biloxi, Mississippi to undergo basic training before shipping out to join the war. Wide-eyed and innocent, Eugene holds three wartime goals; to […]

LEADING LADIES

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By Ken Ludwig Directed by Stephen Snars Two hapless English actors, Leo and Jack, are so down on their luck they find themselves travelling through Amish country, performing in front of Moose Hall crowds. The money has dried up, the jobs have dried up, and all seems lost. Then Leo reads about a dear old […]

DARK VOYAGER

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By John Misto Directed by Annette van Roden Hollywood, 1962. Bette Davis and Joan Crawford are at war. Between them they’ve terrorised movie studios for over three decades, married nine husbands, made two hundred films and guzzled enough booze to fill the Hoover Dam. Now their careers are on the skids and Bette and Joan […]

Bloody Murder

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BLOODY MURDER By Ed Scala Directed by Bernard Teuben At the estate of the esteemed Lady Somerset, a group of murder-mystery types gather for a weekend retreat. Do they know why they are all there? Of course not! There’s the Major who served in India; the inebriated, fading actor; the innocent ingénue; the exotic lady […]