By Peter Quilter Directed by Joy Sweeney By Special Arrangement with Origin Theatrical
Based upon a true story, this comedy is set in 1940’s New York, about the worst singer in the world Florence Foster Jenkins known as ‘the first lady of the sliding scale’. Florence, an enthusiastic soprano whose pitch was far from perfect, warbled and screeched her way through the evening to an audience who mostly fell about with laughter. But this delusional and joyously happy woman followed her dreams and paid little attention to her critics, instead she was surrounded by a circle of devoted friends who were almost as eccentric as she was. “Glorious!” premiered in London’s West End in November 2005, receiving a Laurence Olivier Award nomination as Best New Comedy.
Directed by Amy Lawler By Arrangement with ORiGiN™ Theatrical On Behalf of Samuel French A Concord Theatricals Company
Proof is an intriguing story about family, truth, gender, and mental health, set in the context of academic mathematics. The story involves an enigmatic young woman Catherine, her manipulative sister, their brilliant father, and an unexpected suitor. They are all pieces of the puzzle in the search for the truth behind a mysterious mathematical proof. The play premiered on Broadway in October 2000 where it earned the Drama Desk Award, the Pulitzer Prize, and the Tony Award for Best Play. David Auburn’s Proof is a passionate, intelligent story about fathers and daughters, the nature of genius, and the power of love.
By Andrew Bovell Directed by Carla Moore Exclusively licensed by HLA Management Pty Ltd
One year in the life of an Australian family as they discover the sweet pain of finding out the truth about each other and themselves. Bob and Fran Price have been married for 30 years, brought up four children and kept their sense of humour. Their eldest is married with children of her own, the boys are successfully pursuing careers and their youngest has just left home to backpack around Europe for a year. It should be time to stop and smell Bob’s precious roses. But just when things should be slowing down, it becomes clear that a parent’s work is never really complete. Funny and poignant, Things I Know to be True is a beautifully crafted play from award winning Australian playwright Andrew Bovell.
Fran: Julie Moore Bob: Ian Boland Rosie: Freya Moore Pip: Georgia Britt Ben: Jordan Andrews Mark: Gianni Fenech