MIDSOMER MURDERS COMES TO KADS
Kalamunda Dramatic Society's next Production is an up to date Murder
Mystery entitled 'AND EVERMORE SHALL BE SO', written by the
extraordinary English playwright NORMAN ROBBINS with over 36
Plays and Pantomimes to his credit.
‘Animal’ is the 2003 sinister, black comedy by British playwright Kay Adshead. Adshead has written a round 15 very successful and memorable plays, along with award winning performance poetry. As co-founder of the woman-led Mama Quilla Theatre Company (named after the Inca moon goddess), which spotlights human rights issues not surprisingly her topics are often fearlessly confronting in tackling the world’s problems. Kay is also a well-known UK actor, and has appeared in a huge variety of parts and genres, from Catherine Earnshaw in ‘Wuthering Heights’ to the frivolity of ‘One Foot in the Grave’.
One Act play competition attracting theatre groups from all over South-East Queensland.
This is the opening festival of the South-East Queensland circuit.
‘He Died with a Falafel in His Hand’ is the 1994 Australian cult classic by John Birmingham that sold 300,000 copies. It was adapted for the stage by Simon Bedak, Steve Le Marquand and Michael Neaylon, now, Groovy Boots Theatre are proudly presenting this revival, a brave new adaptation of Australia’s longest running comedy play written especially for Perth.
Born in Sydney
Six Male Four Female (One younger of each gender)
Filmed in 1920 by Equitable Motion Pictures Corp. Three of his other plays were also filmed. Captain swift was filmed twice in 1914 and 1920. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0150292
The hugely successful 1990s cult novel He Died with a Felafel in His Hand comes to the Perth stage this June, exploring the madness of sharing house with the good, the bad and the ugly. Well, mainly bad and ugly.