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Free champagne – sure, why not?

Make a booking for David Williamson’s “When dad married Fury” for Thursday 9th November and you’ll get a voucher at the door for a free glass of champagne. Loosen up the laughing gear for the show! 🙂  Do it now at TryBooking. Pass the Microsoft 70-533 Exam Dumps Are The Best Materials capital Drexel Wasserstein…

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Last chance to see ‘The Eulogy’

Following a sold-out season at three venues plus a brilliant performance at Anglesea one-act Play Festival, this is your last opportunity to see this lovely little play.  Book your tickets at TryBooking now.  Get your tickets for this dinner-show at the Wyndham Resort.  There’s a beaut two-course meal plus the show – all for Mental Health…

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‘When dad married Fury’ – dates

Rehearsals for David Williamson’s comedy have just started so the opening date won’t be far away.  There will be a Preview night on Monday 6th November followed by Thursday, Friday, Saturday (9, 10 and 11) shows at 8pm, Sunday 12th matinee performance at 2pm. The second week is Thursday, Friday and Saturday 16, 17 and…

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“The Eulogy” – well received

‘The Eulogy’ – written by John Cundill and Directed by Gay Bell, was winner of the Noosa Arts Theatre Playwriting Competition Nancy Cato Audience Choice Award in 2008. It was performed by Maryanne Doolan and Lachie Errey at four venues and will be performed again at the Wyndham, Torquay, in October as part of Mental…

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Auditions for “When dad married Fury”

AUDITIONS When Dad Married Fury by David Williamson Directed by Michael Baker The play is the classic story of the older rich man marrying a much younger woman, complete with adult children squabbling over their future inheritance. TTT is seeking 3 male and 4 female actors to fill the following roles: Males: • Alan​, 70,…

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Entertainment Geelong Review

The Laramie Project directed by Zina Carman for Torquay Theatre Troupe, Price St Theatre, May 15, 2017. Just before the doors opened on this play’s preview night, first-time TTT director Zina Carman announced to the sherry-sipping foyer patrons that the company’s lighting computer had crashed and there would be a short delay while her techs…

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Laramie challenges and impresses

By Gail Chrisfield The Laramie Project, Torquay Theatre Troupe’s latest production, is a play that asks much of its talented cast and even more of audience members. Some may find the true events inspiring the play challenging, the views expressed on stage confronting or the revolving door of characters confusing. Ultimately however, the play is…

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***AUDITIONS*** (click the image to enlarge)

Get your mojo on.  Tell your chums.  This is exciting! Auditions will be held in Torquay on 2 Feb and 5 Feb for TTT’s next play – ‘The Laramie Project’.  This is a play that will allow new or aspiring actors as well as experienced ones to take a part, large or small, in a fantastic,…

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May play named

The Laramie Project In October 1998 Matthew Shepard was kidnapped, severely beaten and left to die, tied to a fence on the outskirts of Laramie, Wyoming.  Five weeks later, Moisés Kaufman and fellow members of the Tectonic Theatre Project went to Laramie, and over the course of the next year, conducted more than 200 interviews…

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