VictoriaARK Theatre Lilydale
Athenaeum Theatre Lilydale
The Bakery
The Basin Theatre
BATS Theatre
Beaumaris Theatre
BrightonTheatre Company
Cranbourne Community Centre
The Croydon Parish Players
Eltham Little Theatre
1812 Theatre
Encore Theatre
Essendon Theatre Company
Frankston Theatre Group
The Hartwell Players
Hats Theatre Company
Heidelberg Theatre Company
Knox Theatre Company

Malvern Theatre
Mitcham Theatre Group
Mordialloc Theatre Company
Peridot Theatre
Phoenix Theatre
Saltpillar Theatre Company
Sherbrooke Theatre Company
Stageworks Theatre
Strathmore Theatrical Arts Group
Swamp Fox


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ARK Theatre

Lilydale
Booking: 0491 151 340

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Athenaeum Theatre Lilydale

Bookings: 61 3 9735 1777

High Society

Tracy Lord's ex-husband, C.K. Dexter Haven, refuses to let her marry the bland George Kittredge as planned and the two reporters who arrive to cover the wedding find much more than they'd anticipated among this nivhe of high society.
Season: August 17 - September 2. 2017.

Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks

The play is a touching and human comedy about Lily, an aging but formidible retiree, who hires Michael, an acerbic dance instructor, to give her dance lessons in her condo in St. Petersburg Beach Florida.
Antagonism between a gay man and the wife of a Southern Baptist minister gives way to profound compability as they swing dande, tango, foxtrot, and cha-cha while sharing barbs and intimacies along with the dance steps. During the sixth lesson, Lily reveals a cloesely guarded secret. As mIchael shares his greatest gifts - loyalty and compassion. As Micheal takes Lily in his arms in their final meeting, they transcend fear and mortality as the sun sets on their last dance.
Season: Nove,ber 9 0 25. 2017.


 

The Bakery

Bookings: 61 3 9758 3964

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2017 Season

 

Board Shorts

Board Shorts is returning to the bakery@1812 with its unique blend of comedy ans drama presented through a program of short ten minute plays.
Board Shorts features workd by talented local writers, many of whom have won plaudits for their work in national playwriting competitions.
Board Shorts also offers an opportunty for newcomers to experience the outstanding facilities that The 1812 Theatre has to offer. These mini productions represent outstanding entertainment at an affordable price with a light supper after the show.
If you haven't been to a Board Shorts performance previously it'sw worth a visit.
Season: Jnne 29 - July 1. 2017

The Crucible

In the insular, Puritan community of 192 Salem, Massachusetts, a group of young girls sre found dancing in the woods, and immediatley fall ill.
when no earthly cause can be determined, the citizens of Salem suspect that some more sinister force may be at hand.
As long-held grudges tuen to violent disputes, humilating secrets are exposed and dissemintated, and the line between the truth and preence bedomes increasingly blurry, the citizen's dogged determination to root out evil becomes more dangerous than the evil iteself.
When burden of proof is invisible and the crime too terrible to name, everyone becomea a suspect and no one is safe.
Season: July 12 - 15. 2017.

Never the Summer

Nathan Leopold Jnr, aged 18 and Robert Loeb aged 19, killed 14 year old Bobby Franks and were quickly apprehended when Leopold's glasses were found near the corpse.
Clarence Darrow defended them, pleading eloquently against capital punishment.
Why would wealthy young men murder an innocent boy?
What demons lurked behind Leob's flashing good looks?
Behind Leopold's saturnine intellect?
Season: October 5 - 28. 2017.

 

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The Basin Theatre

Bookings:1300 784 668 (7pm - 9pm only)

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2017 Season

A Happy and Holy Occasion

A family party is held in Mewcastle on the eve of the eldest son's entrance into a seminary and the fall of Singapore. A portrait of the Irish-Australian heritage of romanticism, humour, guilt and vulnerability.
Others join the family for dinner. There's the parish priest who likes a drink. the father's best ,atem anupright religious type who'se never had a girlfriend.the mother's friend, a doown to earth free spirit. The boy's gradfather, a successful businessman who can talk the talk. the mature-age busybody spinster is the last to arrive. She is the town's wealthiest woman and a self-appointed adjudicater of morality.
As you can expect, the evening ends up being far from happy or holy.
Season: August 11 - September 2. 2017.


Australia Day

The little town of Coriole is gettig rady for Australia Day - a time to crack open a frothy, stick a snag on the barbie and celebrate what it means to be a true blue Aussie.
The Australia Day committee is gearing up tp put on the town's biggest party - but theyu have a few issues of their owen to sort out first. With everyone from the Greens to the local mayor to the CWA wanting a pice ofr the party pie. it's proving hard yakka top worl out what an Aussie celebration should look like. Nothing is sacred as the national identity is put through the ringe in this thoroughly mofern ripper of a comedy.
Will the day be fair dinkum afte all? Or are there too many roos loose n the community hall?
Season: November 10 - December 2. 2017.

 

 

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Beaumaris Theatre
Bookings: 61 3 9583 6896

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Brighton Theatre Company
Bookings: 1300 752 126

 

Catchment Players
Bookings: 0437 228 246


 

 

The Croydon Parish Players
Bookings: 0447
014 584 between 1pm & 3pm.
www.CroydonParichPlayers.com

 

 

 

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Eltham Little Theatre

Bookings: 0411 713 095

 

 

 

EEssendon Theatre Company
Bookings: 61 3 9330 4808

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1812 Theatre

Inquiries 61 3 9758 3964

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017 Season

Beyond Reasonable Doubt

In the Central Criminal Court of the Old Bailey Sir David Metcalfe, distinguished QC and Cahirman of the Bar Council, is conductiing the most important defence of his career - his own.
Accused of he wilful murder of his wife, Sir Davic finds himself locked in legal copmbat with his old rival, Sir Anthony Blair Booth QC, of prosecuting counsael.
Season: May 25 - June 17. 2017.

Last of the Summer Wine

In this stage adaptation of the timeless TV series written by Roy Clarke, Foggy, Clegg and Compo are reunited for one last adventure.
Foggy has designs on winning the afection of Constancer, Nora Batty's niece and the long-suffering fiancé of the hapless Gifford Beaumont. Foggy and Clegg invite the ladies around for an evening's entrtainment, but the duo ar unaware that a mystery flasher is stalking the local community.
Gifford had pledged to apprehend the flasher and has mounted all-night patrols in the village. But the efforts to catch the flasher lead to mistaken identities and even more chaos. When the flasher is ecentually unmasked it turns ot his intentions are benignm, but not before our heroes are nearly undone by the enveloping madness.
Season: August 3 - August 26. 2017

Nunsense

Nunsense began when the Little Sisers of Hoboken discover that their cook, Sister Julia, Child of God, had accidently poisoned 52 of the sisters, and they are in dire need of funs for the burials.
The sisters decide the best way to raise the money is to put on a variety show, so they take over the school auditorium, which is currently set up for the eightn grade production of Grease.
Here we meet the Reverned Mother Regina, a former circus performer; Sister Mary Hubert, the Mistress if Novices, a streetwise nun from Brooklyn named Sister Rober Anne; Siser Mary Leo, a novice who is a wannabe; and the delightfully whacky Sister Mary Amnesia, the nun who lost her memory when a crucifix fell on her head.
Season: November 16 - December 9. 2017.

Jon Lowe - A celebration of a Life well lived.

1812 Theatre

Saturday November 5 saw a memorial service for Jon Lowe held in the Lowe Auditorium of the 1812 Theatre Fern Tree Gully.
Jon was the founder of the 1812 Theatre and was former chairman and director and passed away on Friday September 30. 2016, on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
 Jon was born in Melbourne in February 1934 to Allan and Kathleen (Peg) Lowe. Jon was born into an artistic family:Allan was a ceramic artist of note, Peg a painter : Jon made his start in the world of arts in 1938, training in classical ballet. From 1942 on, Jon was under Czech expatriate Edouard Borovansky. Who founded the Melbourne Academy of Russian Ballet, with Russian-born director David Lichene. Jon attended Preshil independent school in Kew, under radical educator Margaret Lythe; the school prided itself on cognitive development of its pupils. He then attended Upwey High School, where he graduated as Head Prefect in 1952.
Jon first joined, as a junior member, the Fern Tree Gully Arts Society Repertory Players, based at The Hut Gallery. Lower Fern Tree Gully in 1949. He was a member if the theatre committee when the group fragmented in 1956. The Lowe family Allan, Peg, Jon and Jon’s uncle, Frank Lowe, re-formed the group as The Hut Players in 1057.
Jon was married to Pauline Casemore in January 1957. They has no children: Pauline said with affection, the theatre was our baby/ As The Hut Players, the theatre group found its needs at odds with those of the art gallery. This prompted, in December 1967, a second dramatic break-up. The entire theatre group engaged in a ‘moonlight flit’, removing its properties to the progress hall at nearby Lysterfield.
Re-styled as the 1812 Theatre ( an alert Pauline Lowe spotted that Wellington Rd. was then State Highway no 18 another nearby road Napoleon Rd.) the sojourn at Lysterfield was shot-lived. His worst moment was on the night of June 30, 1972 when the 1812 Theatre burned to the ground.
Jon then drove the re-establishment of the 1812 Theatre at the former Loyalty Theatre Rose Street, Upper Fern Tree Gully, in august 1972, where the theatre remains today, 44 years later.
He was also the prime motivator behind the 1812 Theatre’s most spectacular achievement. The Fern Tree Gully Theatre company was the first to represent Australia at Monaco (known as the Mondial du Theatre) in 1985.
As the members of the 1812 Theatre, Jon and Pauline Lowe chose Monaco as the moment to take their final bow, retiring to northern NSW, later Perigian Beach, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. The 1812 Theatre, with Jon and Pauline at the head involved a number of well-known actors. These include, Paul Karo, Terry McDermid, Gary Grey, Barry Barkley, Karl Bleezby, Director Jon Wregg and elevision personalities comedian Lawrence Mooney and Mickie de Stoop, who has remained a close friend of the Lowes. Both Jon and Pauline attended the fiftieth snniversay celebrations at the 1812 Theatre in 1995.
Jon is survived by his wife of 59 ears Pauline.
The main auditorium at the 1912 Theatre in Upper Fern Tree Gully was officially opened as The Lowe Auditorium in 2005: Jon and Pauline Lowe were invited and attended.
As Jon said at the beginning of the show : REMEMBER TO KEEP IT LIGHT, BRIGHT AND ATTRACTIVE.”

 

 

BEHIND THE SCENES

The production of a play at the 1812 Theatre involves far more people than just the actors on the stage. For example we need set builders, backstage crew, backstage management, costume making, front of house helpers, technical crew/bio box/lighting and sound technicians.

All these functions are provicec by a small army of volunteers.

WHY DO THEY DO IT?
It is an extremely rewarding experience, it builds lifelong friendships. It enables them to utilise existing skills as well as develop new ones. They have a lot of fun and laughs and enjpy 7being part of a production which they are proud of and which brings enjoyment to the many people who attend the performances.

Whether it's a barbie in our backyard area, movie nights or other get togethers, we realise our volunteers are our lifeblood and a pretty social bunch too.

If you are aged between 14 and 80 and this sounds like something that you may be interested in doing, please read on to find out what is involved behind the scenes.

SET BUILDING:
No production is complete without the set on the stage. Thr building of the set involves design, painting, carpentary, furniture restoration and electrical work. This could range from hanging a picture to building a staircase.

Experienced chippies. electicians, artists, designers are always welcome along with people who are eager to learn ad willing to get their hands a bit grubby.

While the sets are being built the costumes designed and made. Working with the director this involves machine and hand sewing and fitting of outfits on the actors.

BACKSTAGE:

This involves the changes made to the sets on stage during the live performances. This could range from providing an empty cup to an actor at a critical time before thay go on stage to changes between acts while the lights are down.

If you can tip toe in the darkness and enjoy the adrenalin rush of being involved in a live performance, without being an actor on stage, this is for you.

FRONT OF HOUSE:
The face of 1812, you could be the lovely lady or gent greeting our patrons at the door, guiding them to their seats and making sure the audience refreshments between the acts and after the performance are ready to go when needed.

At the end of the evening you get a chance to mingle with the actors, director,and other behind scenes volunteers.

TECH CREW//BIO BOX:
The designers choreograph the lighting and sound as part of the preproduction of the play. The technical crew and bio box operate the soud and lighting during each performances. You may be working with special effects?
With a wide range of lighting and sound equipment available, working in time with actors on stage, its a great experience to be the one bringing the stage alive with massive claps of lighting and rumbling thunder or the soft chirpd in a lush foredt dcene.

Whether you experienced or simply full of enthusiasm and ready to learn, thios may be for you.

STILL INTERSTED RING 1812 on 9758 3964 or email admin@1812theatre.com.au

 

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Encore Theatre

Bookings: 1300 739 099

 

 

2017 Season

The Housekeeper

is an offbeat, delightfully zany comedy which deals with an unlikely relationship that develops between a middle-aged rather stuffy bachelor and the eccentric bag lady he hires as his housekeeper.
Manley is a self-styled literary artist who engages housekeeper Annie to look after his large Victorian house - and himself. When Annie arrives weazring sneakers and carrying her belongings in a grocery cart, Manley is taken aback, but she seems so eager to pleade that he relents.
We quickly learn that Annie is an oddball - she insults her employer, admitting she forged her references and accusing Manley of lusting after her. When Manley finally loses his temper and attmpts to chase Annie away, he trips and falls into her arms - and the rest i history.
Season: July 7, 8, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22 AT 8Ppm. Matinees: July 9, 16, 22 at 2.15pm.

Cactus Flower

Set in the 1960s, Cactus Flower is a farcical comedy about a philandering dentist who keeps his many affairs at bay by claiming to be married with children. When the ruse threatens to catch up with him, he drafts his prickly nurse to pose as his 'wife". Shr blossoms and he finds himds himself falling in love with the lovely 'cactus flower' right under his nose.
Season: October 13, 14, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28 at 8pm. Matinees: October 15, 22, 28 at 2.15pm

Behind the Scenes

Encire Theatre needs you in 2017 to help the company survive.

Do you have a retired friend or family member looking fir a fun way to meet new people and give back to the community?

Encore Theatre is in desperate need of volunteers to join our set-bulding team. Without them, we may need to cease production, No expreience necessary. Any handyman skills A plus.
To volunteer contact Encore Theatre on 1300 739 099 or encoretheatreau@gmail.com

 

 

Frankston Theatre Group
Bookings: 1300 665 377

 

 

The Hartwell Players
Bookings: 61 3 9889 5006

 

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Heidelberg Theatre Company
Bookings: 9457 4117

 

2017 Season

All My Sons

explores the repercussions on a close-knit household after personal gain is put ahead of social duty. Some years back Joe Keller chose the prosperity of hid family over the well-being of others. Now we join the family on the dayu of reckoning.
Season: July 7 - 22. 2017

The Club

is set in the 70's when amateur - based footy was turning professional, coaches were no longer ex-playhers from the teams they played in and businessmen took over the running of the clubs. Written in 1977 The Club presciently depicts the big issues still facing football teamsd today; money rather than team spirit governing club management, coaches summarily sacked, administators controlling decisions, plsyersbought for outrageous sms, and bitter disputes played out in the media.
Season: September 8 - 23. 2017

Blood Brothers

Set in Liverpool, Blood Brothers is the captivating and moving tale of the Johnstone twins who, separated at birth, grew up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again with fateful consequences.
Season: November 17 - December 2. 2017

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Malvern Theatre

Bookings: 1300 131 552

The Memory of Water

The story cdentres around three sisters, Teresa, Mary and Catherine, who come together before their mother's funeral and how each sister deals with the death and how it directly affects them. The three each have different memories of the dame events and after years of seperation, many of thei hidde lies and self-betrayals reach the surface. Memory is the main theme in this play. the sister's memories-recalled as they are in all their inaccuracies, almost interact with each other, and show that despite synchronicities of time and place the people involved in the incidents of the past cannot agree on the facts of a unified exprience.
SEason: June 16 - July 1. 2017.

Brief Encounter/We Were Dancing

Brief Encounte - Laura and Alec become acquainted in the refreshment room of a railway station. Although both are quite content in their marriages, they fall in love and embark on a brief passionate affair. Riddled with guilt, they decide to stop seeing each other. The final parting is marred by the intrusiveness of a talkative acquaintance,
We Were Dancing- Loise, a marrid ewoman, and Karl, a bachelor, fall madlyu in love while dancing at a country club in the South Pacific. During the night Louise wins her freedom and she and Karl quickly make plans to travel to Australia together. But in the cold light of morning they realise they have absolutley nothing in common.
Season: August 25 - September 8. 2017.

Twentieth Century'

Oscar Jaffe is a domineering Broadway producer whose recent theatrrical projects have failed miserably, sending him banlrupt. He is on the Twentieth Century - a train that goes between Chicgao and New York. As luck would have it, also on board is Lily Garland, the chorus girl he transformed into a Broadway star and who ran away to Hollywood where she became a movie star. If he can persuade her to do his next show he will be back on top. As Oscar tries o talk Lily into playing Mary Magdalene inhis new theatrical project, pandemoniumm ensues among the trainloade of eccentric characers.
Season: October 27 - November 11. 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Mordialloc Theatre Company

Bookings: 03 9587 5141

 

 

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Peridot Theatre

Bookings: 61 3 9898 9090
1300 138 645

2017 Season

The Female of the Species

Margot Mason, a thinly veoled version of Germaine Greer, has written a block following publication of her group breaking polemic, The Cerebral Vagina, 30 years ago, when in throught the windows of her dountry retreat steps one of her committed fans - with a gun. What follows is Joanna Murray-Smith's deliciously wicked comedy that deftly walks the tightrope between satire and farce.
Season: June 9 - 2. 2017. Martinees: Sunday Juine 11 & Saturday June 17 at 3/15pm Twiliight Sunday June 18 at 4pm

Life After George

Peter George, charismatic academic, idealist, lover of life, is dead. His wife, two ex-wives and daghter gather fr his funeral. As the true nature of the man and his life unfolds, so these women discover much about themselves and the lives they have lived bth within and outside his shadow.
Season: August 11 - 28. 2017 at 8pm Matinees: Sunday august 13 & Saturday August 19 at 2.15pm Twilight Sunday August 20 at 4pm.

Bloody Murder

A group of he usual British murder-types gather at Lady somerset's country estate. Suddenly one of them dies of poison. Well, of course. Oh, what fun. But why won't her Ladyship summon the police? And why were they all invited there in the first place? Is this actually just another formulaic, all too pridictable mystery story? Or is it something diabolically... different?
Season: Novembe 17 - December 2. 2017 Matinees: sunday Novembe 18 & Saturday November 25 at 2.15pm Twilight: Sunday November 2 at 4pm.

Volunteers Needed

Volunteering in Melbourne theatre is a wonderful way to make new friends and learn new skills, or polish up some old ones. If you would like to volunteer ad work with Peridot Theatre to create excellentl community theatre,


WHY DO THEY DO IT?
It is an extremely rewarding experience, it builds lifelong friendships. It enables them to utilise existing skills as well as develop new ones. They have a lot of fun and laughs and enjpy 7being part of a production which they are proud of and which brings enjoyment to the many people who attend the performances.
Whether it's a barbie in our backyard area, movie nights or other get togethers, we realise our volunteers are our lifeblood and a pretty social bunch too.
SET BUILDING:
No production is complete without the set on the stage. Thr building of the set involves design, painting, carpentary, furniture restoration and electrical work. This could range from hanging a picture to building a staircase.

Experienced chippies. electicians, artists, designers are always welcome along with people who are eager to learn ad willing to get their hands a bit grubby.

While the sets are being built the costumes designed and made. Working with the director this involves machine and hand sewing and fitting of outfits on the actors.

BACKSTAGE:

This involves the changes made to the sets on stage during the live performances. This could range from providing an empty cup to an actor at a critical time before thay go on stage to changes between acts while the lights are down.

If you can tip toe in the darkness and enjoy the adrenalin rush of being involved in a live performance, without being an actor on stage, this is for you.

FRONT OF HOUSE:
The face of Peridot Theatre- you could be the lovely lady or gent greeting our patrons at the door, guiding them to their seats and making sure the audience refreshments between the acts and after the performance are ready to go when needed.

At the end of the evening you get a chance to mingle with the actors, director,and other behind scenes volunteers.

TECH CREW//BIO BOX:
The designers choreograph the lighting and sound as part of the preproduction of the play. The technical crew and bio box operate the soud and lighting during each performances. You may be working with special effects?
With a wide range of lighting and sound equipment available, working in time with actors on stage, its a great experience to be the one bringing the stage alive with massive claps of lighting and rumbling thunder or the soft chirpd in a lush foredt dcene.

Whether you experienced or simply full of enthusiasm and ready to learn, thios may be for you.

You can find the fun you're looking fr by going to the Peridot website and clicking on Who We Are or by giving Helen MNcintodh a call on 0403 797 709.

 

Phoenix's 20th Anniversary Extravaganza

This show will feature sogs frm our previous musicals and revues and snippets from previous plays. We are currently looking for 1 or 2 people interested in musical directing this wonderful celebration for us. Please contact Rénee if you are interested or want more information.
Contact: phoenix@phoenixtheatrecompany.org

 

Phoenix Theatre is seeking people for the following production roles, if interested please email Alastair at phoenix@phoenixtheatrecompany.org
COSTUME ASSISTANTS
SET BUILDERS and PAINTERS.
MARKETING ASSISTANTS.
We have set builds most Saturdays during show season. If you are interested in coming down and helping in the costume department, painting or building scenary or propd or even helping out by making some lunches please let Renee know on 041 148 83393

 

 

Phoenix Theatre Company

Bookings: 61 3 9012 5897

Rock of Ages

It's the tail end of the big bad 1980s in Hollywood, and the party has been raging hard. Aqua Net, Lycra, lace and liquor flow freely at one of the Sunset Strips last legendary venues, a place where sex machine Stacee Jaxx takes the stage and scantily clad groupies line up to turn their fantasies into reality.
Amidst the madness, aspiring rock star (and resident toilet cleaner) Drew longs to take the stage as the next big thing (and longs for small-town girl Sherri, fresh off the bus from Kansas with stars in her eyes). But the rock and roll fairy-tale is about to end when German developers sweep into town with plans to turn the fabled Strip into just another capitalist strip mall. Can Drew, Sherri and the gang save the swtrip - and themselves0before it's too late? Only the music of the bands Starship, Pate Venetar, Twisted Sister, Europe, Whitesnake and more hold the answer.
Season: September 8 - 16. 2017.

 

Sherbrooke Theatre Company

Bookings : 1300 650 209

2017 Season

And the Big Men Fly

This is a play about an Australian Rules Football team called The Crows. The Crows aren't very good but are determined to win the 1983 Grand Final, after not having won for years. So the coaches set out to find as new player. They find one of hte wolrd's greatest kickers, the pnly problem is he's never played fotball and isn't interested in playing. It is up to the coaches and the great kicker's cousin to convince him to learn to play Aussie Rules and help The Crows win the 1963 champinship.
Season: July 21 - 23. 27 - 30. August 3-5. 2017 Sherry 7.30pm Curtain 8pm Matinees July 25 & 30. 2017. Sherries. 1.30pm Curtain 2pm

The Odd Couple

Divorced from his wife, Oscar lives in the cheerful chaos, his carefree nature thrives on, into the midst of his smoke-laden, weekly poker session comes Felix, newly seperated from his wife and so he says, suicidal. At Oacar's invitation Felix moves in and is soon finding comfort in performing with the same thoroughness which lost him his wife. The cooking , cleaning, polishing and laundry until Oscar is about reduced to a nervous wreck.
Season: November 17 - 19. 23 - 15. December 1-2. 2017 Sherries 7.30pm. Curtain 8pm. Matinees November 19 & 26. 2017 Sherries i.30pm Curtain @pm.

 

Stageworx Theatre
3/21 Stud Road Bayswater
Bookings: 61 3 9729 8368
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Strathmore Theatrical Arts Group
Bookings: 61 3 9382 6284

2017 Season

The Female of the Species

Four years ago, Margaret Mason, pioneer of the 1970s Women's Liberation Movement and fearless academic, wrote her groundbreaking work The Cerebal Vagina and numerous best-sellers followed. Now she has writers block. Molly, an unanounced visitor and committed fan of Margot and her works, offers a potential solution - until Molly produces a gun and calmly informs Margot that she intends to kill her.
Season: August 17 - 20, 24 - 27. 2017

Play 4

2 Selections from Jank Manning dramas - Charitable Intent and Face to Face

In the 1990s David Williamson, Australia's best-known playwright, saw the dramatic potential of Community Conferencing - a process which facilitates communication between people who are in serious inpersonal conflict or are dealing with anit social behaviour.
These two short plays fromn the Trilogy explore very different cases of workplace conflict, with cintrasting outcomes.
Charitabel Intent deals with a charity fund-raising company which has been undergoing disruptive organisational change.
In Face to Face a victim od workplace bullying has been fired after vandalising hs boss;s expensice car, In each intriguing situation there are unexpected developments, as secrets are revealed and human emtions and motivations come to the surface.
Season: November 9 10, 12, 16 - 19. 2017.

 

Swamp Fox
Bookings: 61 3 9758 3964

 

 

 



Arts Theatre Cronulla
6 Surf Road Cronulla
Bookings: 61 2 56523 2779

 

 

Bankstown Theatre Company
Bookings: 61 2 9676 1191

 

 

Campbelltown Theatre Group
Bookings: www.trybooking.com.au

 

 

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Cooma Little Theatre - Cooma

Elanora Players
Bookings: 6 2 9982 7364

 

 

Epicentre Theatre Co.
Ku-ring-gai Town Hall
1186 Pacific Hwy. Pymble

 

 

Genesian Theatre Company - Sydney
Bookings: 1300 237 217
www.genesiantheatre.com.au

 

 

 
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Gosford Musical Society
Bookings: 61 2 43 233 233

 

 

Guild Theatre - Rockdale
Cnr Waltz and Railway Streets Rockdale
Bookings: 61 2 9521 6358

 

 

 
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Highlands Theatre Group - Mittagong
Bookings: 1300 657 559

Henry Lawson Theatre Werrington
Bookings: 02 4729 2996

 

 

Hunters Hill Theatre - Hunters Hill
13 Margaret St. Hunters Hill
Bookings: 61 2 9879 7765

King Street Theatre
Bookings: 0415 123 169

 

Lane Cove Theatre Company
Bookings: www.trybooking.com/GOG

 

 

Lieder Theatre Company - Goulburn
Bookings: 61 2 4821 5066

Lindsay Street Players.
Bookings: 61 2 4961 4895

The Crucible

Season February 4 - 18. 2017.

 

Maitland Repertory Theatre
44 High Street Maitland
Bookings: 02 4931 2800

 


Metropolitan Players
Bookings: 61 2 4929 1977

 

 

Miranda Musical Society
Bookings: 61 2 8814 5827

 

 

Newcastle Theatre Company
Bookings: 61 2 4952 4958
3pm - 6pm Mondays to Fridays.

 

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Nowra Players - Bomaderry
Bookings: 1300 662 808

 


Players Theatre
14 Swift Street
Ballina

 

 

Pymble PlayersTheatre
Cnr Mona Vale Road and Bromley Ave. Pymble
Bookings: 61 2 9144 1523

 

Richmond Players
Richmond School of Arts
cnr March and West Market Sts. Richmond
Bookings: 61 2 8006 6997

 

 

Rochdale Theatre
Bookings: 61 2 6621 8169

 

Rockdale Opera Company
Rockdale Town Hall
448 Princes Highway Rockdale
Bookings: 61 2 4730 932

 

Season:

 

Roo Theatre
Bookings: 61 2 4297 2891

 

 

The Sutherland School of Arts
Bookings: 61 2 8091 0768

 

Tamworth Dramatic Society
Bookings: 61 2 6767 5300

 

 

The Theatre on Chester
61 2 9877 0081

 

 

 

 

Woy Woy Little Theatre
Peninsula Theatre 93 McMasters Rd. Woy Woy.
Booking: 02 43 233 233

 

 

 

Wyong Drama Group - Wyong
Bookings: 1300 655 600


Wyong Musical Theatre
Bookings: 1300 366 470

 

Young People's Theatre
Cnr Lindsay and Lawson Streets Hamilton

 

 

 

 

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Adelaide Repertory Theatre
Arts Theatre 53 Angas St. Adelaide
Bookings: 61 8 8212 5777


The Psyche

Season: June 28 - July 1. 2017

Our Boys

Season: August 31 0 September 9. 2017

Palace of Varieties

Season: November 16 - 25. 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 



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Canberra Playback

 

 

 

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Norfolk Island

The 20th Norfolk Island Theatre Festival

The 20th Norfolk Island Theatre Festival Norfolk Amateur Theatrical society Inc.
The Festival is open to all groups of amateur players who must perform a play of any genre between 25 - 45 minutes duration. The Best Production will take home the Tranns-Tasman Trophy and a cheque for $1000.00
Season: October 3 - 7. 2017
Email theatre@norfolk.nf for details.

 







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