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"[Director Barbara Granato] took a gentle touch with the play, choosing to emphasise the romance rather than the comedy. It moved slowly, with occasional bursts of power. ... The full house enjoyed the show, as I did ..." Eric Scott www.absolutetheatre.com.au, March 6 2006

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"The players, Brian Cannon and Beverly Wood, sit side by side to deliver the well- paced repartee the letters provide — a line, a passage, a whole epistle — informative, touchingly funny and often very moving ... together they deliver a satisfying and rewarding evening. The production deserves a longer run, and The Centenary Group is to be commended for staging this ‘one night stand." Ron Finney, www.stagediary.com, 22 April 2006

A Farce a trois - an evening of three one act plays PDF Print E-mail

"These three short plays are typified as Mayhem – Music – Mirth. They deliver reasonably convincingly on all counts." Ruth Bonetti - www.stagediary.com, 28 May 2006

"It's not often an amateur company puts on a season of one-act plays, but Centenary’s move proved to a good one. There were three different plays. They were all very funny, all directed with great attention to detail by Chris Guyler - and all three kept the opening night audience in a state of constant laughter." Eric Scott www.absolutetheatre.com.au, 13 May 2006

The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds PDF Print E-mail

"...the play remains relevant .... and I don't have too many complaints about it as an amateur production.   And little theatre groups like this certainly have their place - they give actors experience, they attract small but faithful audiences, and most of all they give us the chance to see important plays that we would otherwise miss out on." Alison Cotes, www.stagediary.com, 23 July 2006

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