Directed by Kerrin White
Four Flat Whites in Italy | The hilarious story of two couples – recently retired downsizers and their new neighbours – travel together on holiday to Italy. The plan is: ‘to have an adventure before the dementia’
Directed by David Sinclair
Choreography by Linda Lawson
Musical Dir. Rodney Hvartin
An exuberant musical comedy adapted from Alan Bennett’s screenplay by Ron Cowan and Daniel Lipman, with songs by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe. It sparkles with a sharp eye for social inequality, quirky characters and the madness of government bureaucracy – come and laugh at the absurdity of it all!
Directed by Jude Hines
Every couple needs a little fantasy. But behind the lace curtains, being a domestic goddess is not simple. This is a new dark comedy about cake, sex and the quest to be the perfect
1950s housewife – in the 21st century. Multi-award- winning show including the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy (2019) and UK Theatre Award for Best New Play (2018).
Directed by Angela Short
A sensitive and humorous: recently widowed June sets about following her late husband’s suggestion to keep a journal as therapy. But both grief and the journal prove elusive. Distracted by a
nosey stepdaughter and a liaison with a man wearing one of her husband’s suits, she finds bereavement far from straightforward. And as she empties skeletons from closets, she learns there is far more to life than death.
Director: Angela Short
Rehearsals to begin approx. eight weeks before opening (to be negotiated).
Cast (ages are only a guide)
June Pepper, 50s, a recently widowed wife of a tabloid editor
Pauline, early 30s, her stepdaughter
Eric Grant, mid 30s, a tabloid executive
The suit, mid 40s to mid 50s, a new male friend
Inquiries: Angela – email@example.com or 0459 100 810
The Season: The Arts Theatre: 7th-11th and 14th-17th June 2022 at 7.30 pm. Matinees first weekend Saturday and Sunday at 3 pm. No performance on Saturday evening, 10th June. Second weekend matinee is Saturday at 2 pm.
Robert: Role already cast. The story’s protagonist, a keen observer who appears to be happy – the one in his circle still single. Terrified of marriage, but fears loneliness.
Rehearsal and Audition Venue: 1 Regina Court, Beverley, 5009
Performance Venue: The Arts Theatre, 53 Angas Street, Adelaide, 5000.
Membership inquiries: (Amanda) 8278 1818
General inquiries: (Jill) 8277 2778
Post: PO Box 2148 Hilton Plaza, SA 5033
Bookings and ticketing inquiries
(Lorraine – Mon to Fri, 10 am to 5 pm): Ph: 0411 924 566
From the Monday before preview, 0411 924 566 from noon until late.
Or booking 24/7 through: trybooking.com (use links above)