Inside Mrs Joe Bradshaw – 42 year old mother of two grown children – is the former Shirley Valentine longing to get out. Find out how she escapes from talking to the kitchen wall, cooking the nightly meal and seizes an opportunity to fullfil her dreams to have a totally different lifestyle in the Greek Islands. Winner of the 1988 Laurence Olivier Award for the Best Comedy. Written by Willy Russell.
Sundays in August at the Basement Theatre 3 pm
Dates 2,9,16,23,30 August.
Bookings Civic Theatre Booking office 02 6921 9688 .
Groups of 10 or more $15.
Starring Jo Darby
Director Nancy Blacklow
Assistant to the Director Fay Walters
Life and Laughter is the theme chosen for the 2015 Ten x 10 Play Fest as the chosen scripts reflect this theme in varied and numerous ways. The writers chosen this year include two local writers which is a bonus as the aim of this Play Fest was to encourage up and coming playwrights, both locally and abroad.
The directors working on scripts are Margaret Bannister, Di Lovett, Ainsley Jenkins, Saasha Mc Millan, Tim Stait, Fay Walters , Sarah Hun Mozes, to name a few. We are excited to see some new faces as actors and directors for this year. New Directors being Saasha Mc Millan, Ainsley Jenkins, and Sarah Hun Mozes, Marilyn Starr. New actors include Bryce Thomas, Feliks j. Waltersdorf, Marol Brown,Tom Butler, John Paul Bacey,Haya Arzidin, Douglas Spafford,Marilyn Starr, Saasha Mc Millan.Urzula Hadler.
Bookings are now open at the Wagga Commercial Club and the season of the Ten x 10 Commences on Friday 29th May at 8 pm and runs Saturday 30th May 8pm and Sunday 31st May at 2 pm. Ticket Prices are $25 and $20. Riverina Water is the Naming rights sponsor for the fourth year running for the Ten x 10 Play Fest. Convenor is Nancy Blacklow and she is delighted with the final selection of plays for 2015 Ten x 10 PLay Fest.
Wagga School of Arts Community Theatre take this annual Festival as a landmark event in their annual theatre calendar. It takes a lot of work and effort to bring to Wagga audiences but is always received with great acclaim.
Once again we are planning for the 2015 Ten X 10 Play Fest to be held on May 29,30,31 at the Wagga Commercial Club.
We have a an entertaining list of plays with varied roles so we are now inviting you to join us at auditions for the festival plays in the Basement Theatre on Tuesday May 5 at 5 pm.
Please contact the SoACT office (email: email@example.com or phone 02 6921 2594) as soon as possible if you will be attending these auditions or, if this not suitable could you advise an alternative time you would be available to meet with directors.
1. How to Write a Ten – Minute Play – By Pete Malicki
2. Storm – by Robyn Horwell
3. Surveyhoney.com by Seth Freeman
4. Family Dinner by Heidi Silberman
5. Ask Not for Whom the Phone Rings – by Felix Carlyle
6. Coulrophobia by Dean Lundquist
7. Santa’s Three by John Tilbrook
8. What’s On the Menu by Gwen Andrews
9. The First Fireworks by Alex Broun
10. Plus or Minus 40 Weeks by Suzy Wilds
Phone: 026921 2594
ONLY 3 SHOWS TO GO!!!!!
Dont miss the chance to see this great performance – this Thursday 23rd, Friday 24th at 7.30pm and Sunday 26th at 3.00pm
Contact the Civic Theatre to book your tickets now on 02 6926 9688, or contact the SoACT office on 02 6921 2594 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
NB: The Anzac Day performance scheduled for Saturday 25th April has been cancelled in respect of the special centenary of Anzac Day.
A musical revue which thumbs its nose at aging will open in the Basement Theatre, Wagga, next Sunday February 1st.
Too Old for the Chorus but Not Too Old to be a Star is an entertaining start to the Wagga School of Arts Community Theatre’s 2015 program.
The revue forms the popular February Fundays program with performances at 3pm each Sunday in February. It follows a small group of “aging” friends meeting in their local coffee shop to show they still have plenty to offer as songs consider fading memories, trying to master new technology, the invisibility of older people, and, triumphantly, a belief that age is just a number as they proclaim their faith in their continuing potential.
All in the cast of six are over the age of 50 (some more years than others!) – Tony Trench, Bob Hitchens, Fay Walters, Linden Lalic, Nancy Blacklow and Margaret Bannister, accompanied by the talented Jill Chappelow on piano.
Book now at the Civic Theatre booking office for an afternoon of musical fun in Too Old for the Chorus but not Too Old to be a Star – each Sunday in February at 3pm.