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Past Productions

2017

1

Visiting Mr Green

Directed by: Catherine Potter
Summary: Ross Gardiner, a young business executive, is sentenced to six months of community service visits to Mr Green, an elderly, curmudgeonly widower. Both resent being forced together and, in the relationship that develops, prejudices are challenged as family and social issues are discussed. Against the backdrop of Mr Green’s tired Manhattan apartment, Jeff Baron skilfully and humorously raises some profound questions about the value of tradition and the true nature of loving and being loved.

2

Australia Day

Directed by: Jan McLachlan
Summary: A community committee in a small NSW country town meets to plan celebrations for the forthcoming Australia Day. With its assorted local stalwarts and politicians, long-time residents and unwitting newcomers, they attempt to create the perfect celebration for this most Australian of days. You will laugh out loud.

3

An Inspector Calls

Directed by: Helen Williams
Summary: When the mysterious Inspector Goole calls unexpectedly at the prosperous Birling family home, their dinner party is shattered by his investigations into the death of a young woman. Secrets are exposed, individual truths are revealed and a web of deceit is unearthed as each family member is placed under the spotlight.

4

Calendar Girls

Directed by: Julia Griffith
Summary: Following the death of her husband from leukaemia, Annie and best friend, Chris, resolve to raise money for a new settee in the hospital waiting room. They persuade fellow members of the Women’s Institute to pose with them for an “alternative” calendar. As media interest snowballs, the girls find themselves exposed in ways they never expected.

5

The Magic Finger

Directed by: Patsy Templeton
Summary: Now the one thing that the Gregg family loved to do more than anything else was to go hunting. But not everyone felt the same way. Particularly our 8 year old heroine. “I can’t stand hunting. I just can’t stand it.” And so she decided to do something about it. Something magical. Suitable for children aged 5 to 105.