How late is too late to start a family? When is it time to say ‘enough’?
Water Child, a new Australian play by CONDA and Music Theatre Guild of Victoria Award winning actor Emma Wood, which premieres at Newcastle Theatre Company from March 3, explores these controversial questions and more.
A drama with comic touches, the play examines issues surrounding one couple’s desire to start a family later in life, including miscarriage, relationship and wider family tensions.
Frankston Theatre Group (Vic.) presents thriller Wait Until Dark by Frederick Knott from March 2, 2012.
A recently blinded woman isterrorized by a trio of thugs while they search for a heroin stuffeddoll they believe is in her apartment - a Broadway hit, this masterfully constructed thriller moves from one moment of suspense toanother as it builds toward an electrifying, breath-stopping finalscene. Wait Until Dark was seen on the big screen in the 1960s featuring Audrey Hepburn.
Epicentre Theatre Company presents the Cosi by Louis Nowra at Chatswood’s Zenith Theatre (NSW) from March 23, 2012.
Cosi was written for the stage in 1992 by Aussie playwright Louis Nowra (Sunrise, Capricornia, The Marvelous Boy, Inside the Island, Radiance, The Precious Woman). His screen adaptation later became a feature film starring Barry Otto, Toni Collette and Ben Mendelsohn.
Rehearsals are well under way for MLOC’s June production of The Witches of Eastwick.
Director Jane Court notes that there are great roles in the show for all ages, ranging from the Little Girl, played by twelve year old Lily Nicolson, to the more mature lead male role of Darryl Van Horne. The abundant female roles, including four main leads and five minor roles, have attracted many strong women performers.
STAG (Strathmore, Victoria) commemorates the 60th Anniversary of Agatha Christie’s mystery The Mousetrap with a production directed by Drew Mason. The Mousetrap will be presented at the Strathmore Community Hall from March 1 to 10.
Three Blind Mice, See How They Die!
The longest running 'whodunit' in the world, The Mousetrap, is now about to be presented in Strathmore.
Flying Feathers, a risqué farce written by Derek Benfield and directed by the Sunshine Coast’s award winning Nancy Kinmond, will be presented Coolum Theatre Players on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast from March 23.
It is set in England at the country house of Bernard who has gone to live in a religious community in Scotland. In his absence, a new housekeeper has used her initiative in a creative way, resulting in hilarious confusion when Bernard’s brother Henry, a Chief Constable, arrives unannounced with his sister Sarah.