Shakespeare in Hollywood

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By Ken Ludwig Directed By Paul Sztelma Feb 1 to 23   California. 1934. Lord what fools these actors be! From the writer of Lend Me a Tenor, comes a wildly funny farce full of stars, starlettes, powerful studio execs, gossip mongers and innocent lovers. Hollywood has always attracted the world’s oddballs and eccentrics. When […]

How the other Half loves

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By Alan Ayckbourn Directed By Dave Went Nov 22 – Dec 14 Three couples … Two houses … One Stage … Be amused … Be very amused! Three couples linked by a common workplace. An affair providing more links, and a series of misunderstandings and wrong assumptions. Sounds like fairly standard fare for a British […]

Moonlight and Magnolias

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By Ron Hutchinson Directed By Karen Miller August 2 to 24   The completely fabricated and wildly funny story of how Gone With the Wind became an Oscar winning screenplay Hollywood, 1939. Legendary producer David O. Selznick owns the hottest literary property of the day: Gone with the Wind. He loves it. He knows in […]

Enemy of the People

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By Henrik Ibsen. World Premiere Adaption By Jeremy Johnson Directed By Jewell Johnson June 14 to July6  norway 1882 / australia 2012 what would you do? With one foot in the 19th century and the other today, Ibsen’s classic drama is not without its’ laughs in Australian playwright Jeremy Johnson’s fresh vision of the play. […]

The Servant of two Masters

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by Carlo Goldoni adapted by Nick Enright and Ron Blair Directed By Peter Rhodes May 15 to June 1 Two masters. Two wages. Two dinners. Too right! As long as they don’t wake up to it!” Truffaldino is starving! Having just arrived in Venice, he is unaware that his master is actually his master’s sister, […]

Steaming

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By Nell Dunn Directed By Meredith Jacobs April 5 – 27  “… we’d have a row and then we’d make it up and he’d cuddle me up and say Josie, I love you … if he hadn’t got done for the jewellery robbery and got sent down for fifteen years … I’d have been all […]

The Peach Season

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By Debra Oswald Directed By Bernard Teuben Sept 27 – Oct 19 A moving and suspenseful story about the intoxication of first love and the burning love of a mother for a child. Escaping Sydney after the violent death of her husband, Celia set about creating a safe world on her Peach Farm with daughter […]