Alf Cook - 45 Quintessential little Aussie battler.
Dot Cook - 40 Alf’s wife
Hughie Cook – 20 Their son. Uni student.
Jan Castle - 20 Hughie’s girlfriend, Uni student.
Wacka Dawson – 60+ Friend of Alf and Dot, fought in WW1 and WW2. Original
Anzac, painfully shy of strangers.
Transcendent Circle Productions
“A Fractured Feeling”
Are you a creative performer with strong ensemble skills?
“A Fractured Feeling” is a devised theater piece, currently in development, exploring Dissociative Identity Disorder (formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder).
“A Fractured Feeling” will have its Premiere Season at The Adelaide Fringe Festival in March 2007 with a view to tour further if successful.
Wowee !! What an outstanding night!!
The performances by all the State Finalists were tremendous - congratulations to each and everyone of you!!
The performances by the WA Youth Jazz Orchestra and The Australian Opera Studio were also outstanding.
We were also treated to Dr Huruhisa Handa dedicating the song 'Danny Boy' to Dr Geoff Gibbs - what a voice!
Unfortunately due to circumstances beyond her control, Jill Perryman was unable to attend and adjudicate tonight's National Grand Final.
The adjudicator's were: Mr Bevan Lee, Tom Gutteridge and Diane Eden (Qld Arts Mentor).
This is it!
Burswood Entertainment Complex presents
STORM THE STAGE - NATIONAL GRAND FINAL
20 contestants from Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia will be competing it out in the inaugural National Grand Final at the Burswood Theatre TONIGHT.
Pocket Theatre’s latest production, ‘Delicate Balance’ consists of three, very different, half-hour plays by local dramatists. It is showing at the Swan Hotel in Queen Victoria Street, North Fremantle at 8.00 nightly until Saturday 4th November.
This 60-seat theatre has atmosphere, and the talented stage managers made the basic ‘boards’ appear to have all the qualities of a professional theatre.
The Wall is sensitively scripted and directed by Helen Brett. It has a simple story line, and beautifully acted by Costa Ronin. It is the story of a Polish youth, Tarzan, who wishes to escape to the west; initially to West Berlin but with the ultimate aim of seeing ‘the land which is so warm that oranges can grow’.
Ronin plays three or four characters with energy, and convincingly displays the stresses of leaving one’s family and home, mixed with the potential joy of the future. Excellent.
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Showroom Theatre is proud to announce auditions for its second show of the 2013, the musical comedy "A Raging Election", premiering this September for a 5-show run during Election Week (9-14 September 2013):