Verdict is a 1958 play by British mystery writer Agatha Christie. It is unusual for Agatha Christie plays in more than one way: t is an original play, not based on a story or novel; and though there is a murder in the story, it is a melodrama more than a typical 'whodunnit' mystery as the murder takes place on stage.
Written by Voyen KoreisDirected by Rod Felsch Two devils form a team of Hell’s trouble-shooters who use modern methods of marketing, computers, mobile phones and Viagra. Mephisto really wants to be a poet, Pheles is a compulsive computer gamer. They time-travel to 16th century to solve the ‘Faust problem’ – instead they end up as...
It is a drama that explores the life of Ruth Ellis, the last woman to be hanged in the United Kingdom. Ruth Ellis was executed in 1955 for the murder of her lover, David Blakely. The title "The Thrill of Love" suggests the complexities of love and relationships and how they can lead to both joy and tragedy.
The play is a farce that takes a behind-the-scenes look at the production of a fictional play called "Nothing's On." It's known for its intricate structure and comedic elements, providing a humorous portrayal of the challenges and chaos that can occur during the staging of a theatrical production.
Four Flat Whites in Italy is a comedy written by Roger Hall, who can be best described as New Zealand's equivalent of David Williamson. In this play he presents a smorgasbord of first world problems endured by tourists to Italy. This is a very light comedy.
Auditions coming up in July for this well-loved and recognised play by George Bernard Shaw.
We are looking to find 20 people who love theatre to donate one night per production.
"it was a sweet anachronistic window into Australian lives during simpler times"
by Ray LawlerDirected by Janine Francis February/March 2023 Here are the bios on the wonderful actors that were part of ‘Kid Stakes’.
Read a little more about the talented people that have been working hard to bring you 'Now and Then' by Sean Grennan.
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