‘The Secret Garden’ is an English classic, considered one of the greatest books ever written for children. Penned by Frances Hodgson Burnett (who also wrote ‘Little Lord Fauntleroy’), it was published in America, initially in serial form in 1910, and then as a book in 1911.
‘Birdboy’ is a stunning World Premiere presented by ‘The Blue Room Theatre Summer Nights’ and ‘The Wet Weather Ensemble’ in association with PICA. The rich and complex script was developed a year ago, in association with New York’s The Watermill Centre Residency Programme for WA Playwrights’ Development Initiative and Stages WA.
‘The Wives of Hemingway’ is presented by the multi-award winning, WA independent theatre companies, Side Pony Productions and Weeping Spoon Productions.
The first thing to realise is that this play has virtually nothing – or extremely little – to do with the actual Hemingway romances. Devised by Eden Falk, the zany script was developed and written by the director, cast and Wyatt Nixon Lloyd around Hemingway’s attitude to women and sex.
Award winning professional designer will be running a set design course in Perth early next year. Learn aspects of the craft such as history of design, script analysis, scene transitions, setting, theme, painting techniques, construction, design guidelines, learn to make a scale model, scale drawings for construction.
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Gary Dooley
Season: 9th March - 20th Apr 2013
Auditions will be held by appointment Mon 10th and Weds 12th Dec, 6.00pm-9.30pm, at the Genesian Theatre, 420 Kent St, Sydney
A fully staged and costumed production tracing the musical and theatrical collaboration between W.S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan and Richard D'Oyly Carter
The story is narrated by Richasrd D'oyly Carte and the action alternates between rehearsal and performance mode presenting excerpts from all 13 Savoy operas.
At times sad, but frequently witty, this show could just as easily be titled " G & S - all the best bits"
Written & Directed by Donna and Andrew Foote this show presents all the joy and colour expected of a full Gilbert & Sullivan production