Love Song

Written by John Kolvenbach. Directed by Kenney Ogilvie.

13 April to 5 May 2012

Love Song is a wistful comedy full of witty, naturalistic dialogue. It moves between Beane, a seemingly depressive recluse and his sister and her husband, Joan and Harry, who try to help him amidst their busy lives. Beane comes home to find a female thief in his apartment. Beane’s world is transformed by his contact with her and the consequent blossoming of his personality ripples into other people’s lives.
“a smart, whimsical and offbeat, bittersweet comedy”– (London Review)

Beane – Robert Rosini
Joan – Julie Moore
Harry – Michael J Faustmann
Molly/Waitress – Cara Dibdin
Musician – Leon Spencer

Director – Kenney Ogilvie
Stage Manager – Jo Tietz
Production Manager – Megan Hipwell
Lighting Design – Wal Moore, Bruce Liebau
Sound Design – Tegan Nicholls
Composer – Leon Spencer
Technical Crew – Mike Brew, Bruce Liebau, Tegan Nicholls, Luke Wallyn, Wal Moore
Set Design – Kenney Ogilvie
Head of Construction – Luke Wallyn
Front of House Manager – Joan Rodd
Program – OneCreative
Photos – Wal Moore (Flashmoore)

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Halpern and Johnson

Written by Lionel Goldstein. Directed by Catherine Potter. 

4 to 26 November 2011.

By arrangement with Hal Leonard Australia Pty Ltd.

Halpern & Johnson by British playwright Lionel Goldstein, is a charming and touching two hander, about loyalty and betrayal, secrets and identity. A truthful, poignant drama that blends love and loss, anger and regret, with sharp humour.
“the kind of theatre that people want to pay to see…” – Australian Stage Online

Joseph Halpern – Jim Burns
Dennis Johnson – Errol Henderson

Director – Catherine Potter
Stage Manager – Margaret Olive
Lighting Design – Wal Moore
Sound Design – Mike Brew
Set Design – Catherine Potter & Alison Moyer
Head of Set Construction – Luke Wallyn
Set Painting – Alison Moyer & Catherine Potter
Light Operation – Luke Wallyn
Sound Operation – Mike Brew
Tech Support – Wal Moore, Tegan Nicholls & Rick Wu
Front of House Manager – Janelle Lye
Program – One Creative
Photos – Wal Moore (Flashmoore)

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The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead

Written by Robert Hewett. Directed by Kaye Lopez. 

29 July to 20 August 2011.

By arrangement with Currency Press.

One crime has many points of view. One moment of passion alters several lives forever. An adulterous husband, a meddlesome neighbour and a dropped ice-cream cone are among the circumstances that combine to shatter the life of suburban housewife Rhonda Russell. Everyone has their own story to tell about the day that Rhonda went berserk in the shopping mall. As the intrigue unfolds, seven different characters give a fresh twist of perspective .

“ingeniously written; watching it is like peeling an artichoke; a play that will remain with you.” – The Adelaide Advertiser.

Rhonda Russell – Melanie Robinson
Doctor Alex Doucette / Tanya Moisevitch – Paula Searle
Lynette Anderson / Mrs Joan Carlisle – Valerie Miller
Matthew McKinnon / Graham Russell – Stephen Snars
Despina / Chrissy / Ellen – Sue Baxter

Director – Kaye Lopez
Stage Manager – Jo Tietz
Assistant Stage Manager – Luke Wallyn
Lighting Design – Mike Brew
Sound Design – Tegan Nicholls
Set Design – Carla Moore / Kaye Lopez
Head of Set Construction – Luke Wallyn
Light Operation – Mike Brew
Sound Operation – Tegan Nicholls
Tech Support – Wal Moore
Front of House Manager – Janelle Lye
Program – One Creative
Photos – Wal Moore (Flashmoore)