Coming to TheatreWorks in 2019
5 – 13 April:
a comedy by Nick Hall, directed by Raewyn Nevin
An amusing study of marital and human relations – accomodation being both a place to live and the adjustments we make to fit our situation.
Lee Schallert, housewife, feeling she may be missing out on something, leaves her husband, Bob, and her suburban home and moves into a two room Greenwich Village apartment with two roommates. One roommate, Pat, is an aspiring actress, never out of character or costumes; but through an agency mix up, the other roommate is a serious, young, graduate student male. The ensuing complications when Bob, Lee's husband, arrives makes for an hysterical evening.
5 – 13 July:
by Enid Blyton, adapted by David Wood and directed by David Blakey
AUDITIONS: Saturday 6th April at 10am.
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David Wood's play will be a hit with all, whether they know Noddy or not. Noddy and his friends are pitted against the sneering goblins and a greedy witch, in this fresh, funny and inventive adaptation.
As in the original works, Noddy learns the value of friendship, hard work and honesty, through a series of adventures: building his house in Toytown, driving a car, outwitting his enemies, even surviving a hair-raising experience at Noah’s Ark!
28 September - 6 October:
by Reginald Rose, directed by Ross Anderson
TWELVE ANGRY MEN
AUDITIONS: Sunday 7th July
Rose's classic courtroom drama, best known from the 1957 film. The story takes place entirely in the jury room, where the jurors have to reach a verdict in a case where a young man is accused of murdering his own father. The dissenting juror 8 sows the seed of reasonable doubt and argues to get his fellow jurors to view the evidence objectively.
29 Nov – 7 Dec:
by Frances Hodgson, directed by Sofie Gabriel
THE SECRET GARDEN
AUDITIONS: Sunday 22nd September
When rude, spoiled Mary Lennox's parents die in a cholera epidemic, she is sent to England to live with a widowed uncle at his huge Yorkshire estate. She finds an overgrown walled garden, and befriends her uncle's crippled son Colin, and garden, Mary and Colin are transformed in the course of the story.
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SHINING IN THE SPOTLIGHT NOT REALLY YOUR THING? - we would still love to hear from you! We are always looking for volunteers to help behind the scenes of our productions. Specifically, we are looking for a props manager and prompt for this show. Never worked back stage before? Try something new! We will mentor and support you, and you will have great fun and meet new people.