Bookings for each play will open 2 months before that play’s opening night. Please keep in mind there will be spacing between individuals and couples in order to comply with Public Health Safety Guidelines.
Nov 6th – 15th The War Of the Worlds DIRECTED BY Bernard Teuben As a welcome back to the Pavilion, we will be performing a Staged Reading of the Orson Welles Radio drama, famous for panicking North America. It may very well have been the birth of fake news. It was Sunday, October 30, at […]
In light of latest Government and medical authorities advice, the Castle Hill Players’ Management Committee has made the decision to cancel the upcoming performances of Things I Know To Be True and Always A Bridesmaid. The health and welfare of our members and patrons are paramount and our primary motivation. Management Committee will continue working […]
Check out just some of the great reviews for Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Stage Whispers Whats on Sydney reviewsbyjudith CASTLE HILL PLAYERS PRESENTS ‘THE STRANGE CASE OF DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE’ theatretravels
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Playwright Noah Smith, whose adaptation of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde Dir. by Paul Sztelma has taken the Pavilion stage by storm, has made an incredibly generous offer to donate part of his royalties from this production to Mogo Zoo. Mogo Zoo was in the direct line of the […]
‘Stories such as this need to be told and re-told, especially in a world that has become increasingly de-sensitised to the effects of war and aggression. Faith Jessel and her cast are doing so with insightful perception and sensitive characterisation. They are to be congratulated on such a compassionate production’ ( Carol Wimmer- Stage Whispers). […]
During the production of Biloxi Blues over 2960 push ups were done by the recruits in Biloxi. Here is the cast tally… Cast Member Avg per Show Total Chris – 55 891 Daniel 48 779 Jason 45 720 Ben 25 400 Gus 6 96
Check out the article for Dark Voyager http://localnewsplus.com.au/article.php?st_story_ID=144213&ratio=Landscape&publication=Times
Check out the stage whispers review here.