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After the success of its first production, Lawyers and other Communicable Diseases, the not-for-profit group Showroom Theatre is proud to announce auditions for the first play of its 2013 season - the original comedy/drama Wedlock, to be performed in the Subiaco Arts Centre Studio from the 14th to the 18th of May. The synopsis:
What a start to Lent! The Perth Fringe festival with a healthy dollop of Irish arts mixed in.
Perth local, interstate and overseas artists brought comedy, drama, music, nudity, humour and circus to town. The Wau Wau Sisters from the US were a highlight for me but the taste of Ireland was sweeter.
46 year old Pat Kinevane is from Cobh in County Cork. On a hot sweaty night in De Parade Theatro 1 (in the courtyard of the Perth State Theatre Centre) Pat performed his own show Silent which comprises movement, monologue and sound. “Tino” Mc Goldrig is homeless with no belongings and possibly losing his mind too. Through the romance of his silent film idol Rudolph Valentino (he was named Tino in honour of Valentino) he takes the audience with him on his journey. Pat Kinevane is a great storyteller who uses humour and the wide stage to full effect. His scant belongings serve as props to add effect to his words. His old blanket drapes from his outstretched hand then is pulled closely to his body. He used his blanket very effectively to demonstrate how he danced with his new bride on their wedding day.
Laughing Horse Productions
The Pirates of Penzance or The Slave of Duty
Gilbert & Sullivan
HIVE (Her Infinite Variety Ensemble) presents
By April De Angelis, by arrangement with Origin Theatrical on behalf of Samuel French, Ltd.
Directed by Helen Doig
Starring Rhoda Lopez as Nell Gwyn and Angelique Malcolm as Mary Betterton, Claire Munday as Doll Common, Tiffany Barton as Elizabeth Farley and Summer Williams as Rebecca Marshall