One flew East and one flew West and one flew over the Cuckoo’s nest…
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest plays at the Zenith Theatre Chatswood (NSW) from November 4 – 12, when epicentre theatre company presents the stage adaptation of the Oscar winning movie and Ken Kesey novel.
Upon arrival at a mental institution, a brash rebel McMurphy rallies the patients together to take on the oppressive Nurse Ratched, a woman more a dictator than a nurse.
An ambivalent Cinderella? A blood-thirsty Little Red Riding Hood? A Prince Charming with a roving eye? A Witch ... who raps? They're all among the eccentric characters in James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim's fractured fairy tale musical, playing at Doncaster (Vic) in November 2011.
Heidelberg Theatre Company (Victoria) welcomes you to the magical, surreal, hilarious, charming, witty, delightful, moving and altogether brilliant Dylan Thomas' classic radio play, set in the small Welsh fishing village of LLareggub (spell it backwards and you get some idea of Thomas' mind!).
For HTC, presenting Under Milk Wood as the final production for 2011 is a fitting lead in to the company’s 60th Anniversary Year in 2012. It was first produced by HTC in 1981 in the Rechabite Hall and directed by the late David Ashton.
AGATHA Christie’s longest-running play has its WA premiere at Melville Theatre from November 4 to 26, 2011.
The Mousetrap has been playing in London’s West End since 1952 and the rights have only now become available, allowing it to be performed elsewhere.
Five guests are brought together in Monkswell Manor, where someone has a connection to a murder in London – and when someone is subsequently killed after they are snowed in, Sergeant Trotter tries to determine the killer's identity.