By John Patrick Shanley
Directed by Carla Moore
By arrangement with Creative Artists Agency
Where do you draw the line between belief and suspicion? Between scandal and moral certainty. And when does the battle for truth turn into a witch hunt? Set in the Bronx New York in 1964, Sister Aloysius, a school principal and stern Catholic nun, takes matters into her own hands when she suspects the young Father Flynn of improper relations with one of the male students. An accusation sets the stage for a powerful clash of authority, tradition, responsibility and faith. A relevant and resonating play, winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, four Tony Awards and the New York Drama Critics’ Circle for Best Play.
By Tom Stoppard
Directed by Isaac Owen
By Special Arrangement with Origin Theatrical
Welcome to the theatre where no one is true, no one is false, no truth is true, and no truth is false. Two critics Birdboot and Moon come to watch a ludicrous whodunnit play set in an old country home. By chance, the Critics become involved in the action setting off a series of events that parallel the play they are watching. It takes quite a while before anyone notices the corpse under the couch. Roar with laughter as red herrings, dramatic deaths, romantic intrigues, and stereotypical characters unfurl in Tom Stoppard’s classic multifaceted delight.
By Donald McDonald
Directed by Joy Sweeney
Three couples, two weeks and one caravan! The Robinsons love their annual summer holiday, living the Aussie dream by the beach in their luxury caravan but this year they have invited their best friends, all nudging forty and hating it. To make matters worse, Pierce insists on bringing his new, all-too-young girlfriend. In the confined space of a caravan tensions rise and the laughs begin. Donald MacDonald’s comedy Caravan takes a light-hearted look at friendship, age and the holiday you should never take.
Performances at 5PM
Saturday 30 March and 13 April
Sunday 31 March and 7, 14 April
Performances at 8PM
Friday 29 March, 5, 12, 19 April
Saturday 6, 20 April
Wednesday 3, 17 April