Boo Radley | 02/10/2006 - 19:46
Campbelltown Theatre Group Inc
in June 2007
Based on the Pulitzer Novel of the same name, playwright Christopher Segal transports the audience into a time of racist struggle and conservative values. Set in the Deep South in 1935, the play is lived through the eyes of Atticus Finch’s children, Scout and Jem.
UPstageWA | 29/09/2006 - 15:22
Meet respected members of our theatrical community and get involved with an in depth discussion on Performance in WA Theatre. Listen to what fellow experienced thespians think and then have your own say.
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Gordon the Optom | 29/09/2006 - 12:58
Matt Penny’s new play ‘Discharge’ is showing at the Blue Room Studio, Northbridge until Saturday 30th September at 9.00 pm.
The show starts with a warm-up Claymation video. This short is made in the style of ‘Wallace and Grommet’ and is called ‘The dog that farts fire’. The very funny, well-produced piece, made by Matt, shows among other things what is really behind the scenes of the Australia Day fireworks display.
The latest outstanding production for Knox Theatre Company brings together experienced performers as well as some exciting emerging talent showcasing a classic Neil Simon portrayal of life with all its glorious imperfections.
NRMA Motoring & Services (Australia) presents
NRMA Motoring & Services has partnered with the Sydney Theatre Company (STC) to produce a unique and compelling theatre production about road safety. The play, Road Train written and directed by STC’s Resident Director, Community, Stefo Nantsou, targets young drivers with road safety messages with a quality theatre production featuring professional actors.