Pymble Players in the Media

Sylvia reviewed

Carol Wimmer reviews Sylvia in the February edition of Stage Whispers
Published: 24-Feb-2016  By: Stage Whispers

Emma Brancatisano talks about Pymble Players Inc.

The new magazine and online blog for McConnell Bourn Real Estate on the Upper North Shore
Published: 05-Feb-2016  By: McConnell Bourn Online Blog

No Ordinary Dog’s Tale

Editor Eleanor Pearson at All Theatre previewing Sylvia.
Published: 03-Feb-2016  By: All Theatre

RAT PACK IN NEW SHOW CAST HAS ANIMALS, CHILDREN

COMEDIAN W.C. Fields warned never to work with children or animals — but the Pymble Players have boldly decided to ignore that advice in their latest show.
Published: 07-Dec-2015  By: North Shore Times

Kindness, not Tiaras, a Gauge for Royalty

Editor Eleanor Pearson at All Theatre previewing Little Princess.
Published: 25-Nov-2015  By: All Theatre

The Bear-Pit Politics of Theatre

"The women of actress Nell Gwyn’s era fought hard for their place on the London stage. During the 17th century women were allowed to perform for the first time on the commercial stage as actresses. But the theatre was still very much a “bear-pit”, and the “playhouse creatures” (or players within) were as badly treated as the metaphor implies."
Published: 11-Oct-2015  By: All Theatre

Behind Closed Dressing Room Doors

Editor Eleanor Pearson wrote about Pymble Players' latest production, Playhouse Creatures.
Published: 04-Oct-2015  By: All Theatre

FARIER SEX ACTING UP - FEMALE ACTORS MAKE HISTORY

Director Patsy Templeton describes how she takes on Playhouse Creatures, a play set in the 1600s that follows the lives of London’s first female actors allowed on stage.
Published: 30-Sep-2015  By: North Shore Times