The Servant of Two Masters

Written by Carlo Goldini, re-written by Ron Blair and Nick Enright. Directed by Carla Moore.

9 November to 1 December 2012

Goldoni is made grouse in this colourful and riotous comic masterpiece. Truffaldino doesn’t really think through the problems inherent in having two bosses – especially when they’re unaware of each other’s presence and desperate to get back into each other’s pants. Our hero reckons he’s found a way of increasing his coin and food income on his labour. Or, as he puts it: “two masters, two wages, two dinners – too right!”
“An explosion of good-natured bawdiness and physical comedy – sort of commedia dell Oz.” – Stephen Dunne. SMH 2003.

Cast
Pantalone – Ian Boland
Clarice – Emily Sowden
Silvio – Ashley Macdougall
Dottore – Warren Blood
Smeraldina – Julie Moore
Brighella – Melanie Robinson
Truffaldino – Alan Chambers
Beatrice – Hayley Watkins
Florindo – Benjamin Vickers
Pulcinella – Brenton Aimes

Crew
Director – Carla Moore
Stage Manager – Jo Teitz
Costume Design – Joy Sweeney
Lighting Design – Wal Moore & Bruce Liebau
Sound Design – Tegan Nicholls
Set Design – Carla Moore
Head of Set Construction – Luke Wallyn
Technical Crew – Mike Brew, Bruce Liebau, Wal Moore, Tegan Nicholls, Luke Wallyn & Peter Wu.
Front of House Manager – Janelle Lye
Programme – One Creative
Photos – Wal Moore (Flashmoore)

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The Philadelphia Story

Written by Philip Barry. Directed by Joy Sweeney.

27 July to 18 August 2012

After getting a divorce from C.K. Dexter Haven, Tracy Lord prepares to marry again… however, in the days before her wedding, Haven and a reporter, posing as her brother’s friend, show up at her doorstep. From there, Tracy is forced to choose among her past love, her present love and her new love. Amidst the situation comedy, and fast-paced dialogue, Barry explores several contemporary social issues, such as society’s perception of class differences in America and attitudes towards adultery and divorce in the 1930’s.
“one of the smartest comedies ever written” – Christopher Null. The Review.

Cast
Tracey Lord – Nicole Brennan
Dinah Lord – Sophie Heath
Margaret Lord – Barbara Hannon
Sandy Lord – Levi Gardner
Uncle Willie – Phil  Lye
Liz Imbrie – Janina Hamelok
Mike Connor – Scott Clare
George Kittridge – Murray Dwyer
Dexter Haven – Kevin Potter
Seth Lord – Tom Sweeney
Thomas – Troy Cheney
Elsie – Fiona Harsanyi

Crew
Director – Joy Sweeney
Production Manager – Luke Wallyn
Stage Manager – Tim Swinn
Lighting Design – Bruce Liebau, Wal Moore
Sound Design – Mike Brew
Set Design – Joy Sweeney
Head of Set Construction – Luke Wallyn
Technical Crew – Mike Brew, Bruce Liebau, Tegan Nicholls, Wal Moore, Luke Wallyn, Peter Wu
Front of House Manager – Janelle Lye
Program – OneCreative
Photos – Wal Moore (Flashmoore)

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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”– www.curtainup.com (London Review)

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

Crew
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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