Written by Roger Hall, and directed by Andrew Crowhurst, we follow a group of female teachers, plus one reluctantly accompanying daughter, embark on a weekend of bushwalking in the mountains to get away from it all! Torrential rains and a washed-out bridge traps them in a hut together for three days. Two days in everything's chummy - sort of like high school camp. Three days in, they're defini...
Head to The Studio at 52 Ward Street, Upper Hutt at 12noon on Sunday 9 February to audition for Social Climbers. About SOCIAL CLIMBERS: Written by Roger Hall, and directed by Andre Crowhurst, we follow a group of female teachers, plus one reluctantly accompanying daughter, embark on a weekend of bushwalking in the mountains to get away from it all! Torrential rains and a washed-out bridg...
Come and see the last of the famous David Tristram one-act plays, performed buy the same cast! We're sure you will love it.
The end-of-year show for 2018 will be 'Going, Going, Gone' by John Peel, directed by Lyn Tunnicliffe. There are four female roles (from late 20s to 60s) and one male role (60s). Come to the audition on Sunday 16 September at 2pm at The Studio, Ward Street. For a copy of the script, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first show in 2018 will be the 1-act play "The fat lady sings in Little Grimley" by David Tristram. This play picks up from the Little Grimley plays (Last Panto and Last Tango) we showed in early 2017 - with the same cast reprising their roles!
Our mid-year production "George's Corporate Jungle" written and directed by Andrew Tait was a great success. Many of our audience members offered their congratulations to the author and cast.
The planned end of year production is "Boeing Boeing" a classic French farce by Marc Camoletti and is to be directed by Lyn Tunnicliffe. Audition: Sunday 17 September 2017 at 3pm at the Studio. Show dates: Thursday 16 - Saturday 25 November 2017.
All's well that ends as you like it" by Michael Green and directed by Andrew Tait was another fantastic success. A parody of several mashed up Shakespeare plays accompanied by live music from Steffen Goeres and Ernie Adams, this one act play was a sell out success.
The second production for 2017 will be an original play called "George's Corporate Jungle", written by our own Andrew Tait. The play is centred around the character of George, a middle-aged "company man", who leads a small team of hard workers that are extremely good at getting things done despite all the bright ideas and novel gimmicks being imposed on them by their boss and his marketing team...
Having come to the end of another successful show we are no working hard on our latest production A Fête Worse Than Death will be staged in November and December.