|Riverina Water’s Tenx10 PlayFest 2013 is shaping up to be an entertaining and varied program.The ten plays cover a range of themes from relationships between old and young, romantic entanglements, fairy tales and reality television. Directors are lining up their casts and organisation is on track for the annual feast of original short plays at the Nathan Room, Wagga Commercial Club on Friday and Saturday, June 7 and 8 at 8 pm, and Sunday June 9 at 2 pm.
The ten plays are:
Coda by Kylie Rackham
Promise by Michael Luckins
Is this the Real Life …? by Peter Cox
Limbo by Greg Gould
The Moment by Gabriel McCarthy
Little Red Riding Hood by Kildare College students
Loving in the Park by John Tilbrook
Missing Katerina by Alex Broun
The Sixteen Things She Said by Kate Toon
Driving the Holden by Gerry Greenland
The festival will be launched by Mayor, Councillor Rod Kendall, at a special gathering on Thursday 16 May at the Wagga Commercial Club. In addition to the Mayor, special guests will be Graeme Halley, manager of the festival’s naming sponsor, Riverina Water, and Civic Theatre manager, Michael Frawley.
Once again, we are grateful to the Wagga Commercial Club for their generosity in providing a venue for the Tenx10 PlayFest – the Nathan Room – and also for the festival launch – the R J Hall Room.