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.

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

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)

Cast and Crew Photos

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Photo Gallery 

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