1990s PRODUCTIONS

  • Daisy Pulls it Off by Denise Deegan. Directed by Cheryl Ballantine

  • You Can’t Take it With You by George S. Kaufman & Moss Hart. Directed by Gayle Poor

  • The Cemetery Club by Ivan Menchell. Directed by Chris Baldock

  • Away by Michael Gow. Directed by TBA

  • Peril on the High Seas – Music Hall by Billy St John. Directed by Shirley Symons

  • Hay Fever by Noel Coward. Directed by Kevin Trask

  • Harvey by Mary Chase. Directed by Mick Poor

  • The Woman in Black adapted by Stephen Mallatrat. Directed by Cheryl Ballantine

  • The Heidi Chronicles by Wendy Wasserstein. Directed by Chris Baldock

  • The Phantom of the Music Hall – Music Hall. Directed by Mel de Bono

  • The Foreigner by Larry Shue. Directed by Mick Poor

  • Hotel Sorrento by Hannie Rayson. Directed by Helen Rayson-Hill

  • The Man Who Came to Dinner by George S. Kaufman & Moss Hart. Directed by Chris Baldock

  • Lipstick Dreams by Helen O’Connor & Simon Hopkinson. Directed by Scott Ramsey

  • Stage Play Readings:
    The Comedy of Errors
     by William Shakespeare. Directed by Bob Tuttleby
    The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare. Directed by Cheryl Ballantine
    You Can’t Take it With You by George S. Kaufman & Moss Hart. Directed by Gayle Poor

  • 3 Melodramas – Music Hall by Neville Thurgood. Directed by Michelle Fiddes

  • When Did You Last See Your Trousers? by Ray Galton & John Antrobus. Directed by Ian Tweeddale

  • Cosi by Louis Nowra. Directed by Cheryl Ballantine

  • The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. Directed by Chris Baldock

  • On Golden Pond by Ernest Thompson. Directed by Helen Rayson-Hill

  • The Wild Flowering of Chastity – Music Hall by Dutton Foster. Directed by Maree Hingston

  • Stepping Out by Richard Harris. Directed by Bob Tuttleby

  • Money & Friends by David Williamson. Directed by Helen Rayson-Hill

  • Arsenic and Old Lace by Joseph Kesseiring. Directed by Cheryl Ballantine

  • Furtive Fortunes of Fickle Fate – Music Hall by Neville Thurgood. Directed by George Barker

  • Aladdin – Pantomime by John Crocker. Music/Lyrics by Eric Gilder. Directed by Cheryl Ballantine

  • Caravan by Donald Macdonald. Directed by Cheryl Ballantine

  • Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward. Directed by David Dodd

  • Because Their Hearts Were Pure – Music Hall by Morland Carey. Directed by George Barker

  • 84 Charing Cross Road by Helen Hanff. Directed by Doug Bennett

  • Run for Your Wife by Ray Cooney & John Chapman. Directed by David Dodd

  • Alive and Kicking by Judy Bierwirth. Directed by Mick Poor

  • Kelly Dance – Youth Production by John Romeril. Directed by Maree Hingston

  • Gaslight Girl – Music Hall by John Jakes. Directed by Shirley Symons

  • Dinkum Assorted by Linda Aaronsen. Directed by Carole Driscoll

  • Under Milkwood – Rehearsed Reading by Dylan Thomas. Directed by Bob Tuttleby

  • Cinderella – Pantomime. Directed by David Dodd

  • Kid Stakes by Ray Lawlor. Directed by Bob Tuttleby

  • Pass the Butler by Eric Idle. Directed by Gary Owen

  • Little Dab’l Do Ya – Youth Production by Lyn & Larry HIlls & Jenny & David Steel. Directed by Carole Driscoll

  • Pure as the Driven Snow – Music Hall by Paul Loomis. Directed by Shirley Symons

  • Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling. Directed by Cheryl Ballantine

  • Don’t Just Lie There, Say Something by Michael Pertwee. Directed by Jeff Fiddes

  • One Night at Julia Creek by Terry Stapleton. Directed by Robyn Kampfe

  • One Act Plays:
    For Richer for Poorer
     by Mona Brand. Directed by Leigh Fiddes
    Glycerine Tears by Jack Hibberd. Directed by Mike Croft
    Oh! by Ted Neilsen. Directed by Rick Peacock

  • Wombat Stew – Youth Production by David Steel. Directed by Carole Driscoll

  • Red White & Boogie – Music Hall by Peter Pinne & Don Battye. Directed by Shane Driscoll & Rick Peacock

  • Stage Struck by Simon Gray. Directed by Cheryl Ballantine

  • Power’s Persuasion – Rehearsed Reading. Written and directed by Cheryl Ballantine

  • Death Rattle by Jack Hibberd. Directed by David Ashton

  • The Innocents by William Archibald. Directed by Carole Driscoll

  • The Pathfinder by Darryl Emerson (based on the poetry of John Shaw Neilson). Directed by Jeff Fiddes

  • The Terribly Noisy Giant – Youth by Tom Dyster. Directed by Maree Hingston

  • East Lynne – Music Hall by Ned Albert. Directed by Cheryl Ballantine

  • Seasons Greetings by Alan Ayckbourn. Directed by Robyn Kampfe

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