Two Ladies and an Emu

By Carla Moore

Directed by Tracey Okeby Lucan

By Special Arrangement with Carla Moore

April 12th – May 4th

After the death of her husband, Judith takes her cousin Ruth on a road trip to outback NSW in her brand new 4WD. After car troubles, endless red roads, strange encounters and an altercation with an emu, Judith and Ruth will end up discovering more about themselves than the outback. This world premiere comedy from Theatre on Chester’s resident playwright Carla Moore, is partially drawn from her memories of relationships, dinner parties and elocution lessons both good and bad.

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Adapted from the screenplay by Jonathan Lynn

Additional Materials by Hunter Foster, Eric Price, & Sandy Rustin

Adapted from the Paramount Pictures film written by  Jonathan Lynn and the board game from Hasbro, Inc.

By permission of ORiGiN™ Theatrical on behalf of Broadway Licensing

Directed by Isaac Owen

November 3rd – November 25th

Based on the film and classic board game, Clue is a brand-new comedy thriller.

When Miss Scarlett, Professor Plum, Mrs Peacock, Mr Green, Mrs White and Colonel Mustard arrive at a party, they are surprised to find they have all received the same invitation from Mr Boddy. Each is presented with a weapon and an option: pay their extortionist double, or kill the innocent butler. What follows is a madcap, slapstick evening full of murder, mystery, and laughs as they seek to puzzle out the culprit amongst criminals.

It soon becomes clear that they all have secrets and the mystery and hysteria grow when the inhabitants of Boddy Manor are killed off with a variety of familiar weapons.


Wadsworth – Clive Hobson

Yvette – Fabiola Pelegrino

Cook/Mr Boddy/Policeman/Motorist/Singing Telegram – Cassandra Gorman

Col. Mustard – Tracey Okeby Lucan

Mrs White – Claudia Bedford

Mrs. Peacock – Julie Mathers

Mr Green – Carlin Hurdis

Miss Scarlett – Grace Chau

Professor Plum – Dan Ferris

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The Peach Season

by Debra Oswald

Directed by Jack Linklater

By Special Arrangement with Cameron’s Management Pty Ltd

July 28th – August 19th

The Peach Season is a big, juicy, Australian play by playwright Debra Oswald, who also wrote Theatre on Chester’s 2018 hit Mr Bailey’s Minder. The play is about Celia, who fled Sydney with baby Zoe in her arms after her husband was killed.  Sixteen years later, their isolated peach farm is a safe haven keeping Zoe safe from the dangers of the world. But the restless teenager is chaffing against her mother’s over-protectiveness, yearning to bite into all life has to offer. Short-listed for the New South Wales Premier’s Literary Awards and winner of the 2005 Rodney Seaborn Playwright’s Award, this moving and suspenseful story is about our overwhelming desire to protect the ones we love and the painful necessity to let them go out into the world.


Christine Rule – Dorothy

James Miller-Argue – Joe

Tracey Okeby Lucan – Celia

Charlize Spillane – Zoe

Cate Kerrigan – Sheena

Jordan Andrews – Kieran

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