Welcome to Torquay Theatre Troupe.
Our mid-year production is ‘Sudan’, a one-act play about the last living male Northern White Rhino. He has been in captivity for 12 years to protect him from poachers. He has an armed guard around him and a dedicated carer.
Its world premier will be on Thursday 16 August in Torquay.
Auditions were held on 16 June and the cast came from the auditions.
Cathy – Kathryn O’Neill
Francine – Mary Steuten
Sudan – Fred Preston
Author – Christine Davey
Director – Graci Lynch
- Thursday 16 August, “Sudan” by TTT plus a one-act comedy by Anglesea Performing Arts “Love, loss and what I wore” By Nora and Delia Ephron, Directed by Nikki Watson (No supper)
- Friday 17 August,“Sudan” by TTT by Christine Davey, Directed by Graci Lynch, plus a question and answer session with the playwright AND a lovely finger food supper. (yum)
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Saturday 18 August (Anglesea one-act play Festival) – we’re on at 8:50pm but come and see all 17 plays!
(25 & 26 August – Private performances at 2 Torquay retirement villages)
Our last play was enthralling from the first moment. ‘Strangers on a Train’, a classic thriller written by Craig Warner based on a book by Patricia Highsmith was made into a movie by Alfred Hitchcock and we performed it with a monochrome set, a skilled cast, a full suite of light and sound effects and all to full houses – that’s nearly 650 people who saw the show!
We’re planning a full-length play (probably a comedy!) in November / December this year.
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