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2022 (TTT’s 21st birthday year!) sees us offering not two but THREE full-length plays PLUS our usual one-act play season. This is a huge change for us and we will be asking for help to achieve it.

Torquay Theatre Troupe is delighted to announce its production program for what we hope will be a COVID free 2022 in Shoestring Playhouse (which will be undergoing some building work during the year!)

Thirty Three –  by Michael Booth and Alistair Powning

Click here for tickets to ‘Thirty Three’, TTT’s next full-length play. Bookings are open!

Cast

Saskia - Melissa Langley
Maya - Kelly McConville
Lily - Alexandra Boston
Lachie - Ethan Cook
Tim - Lachie Vivian-Taylor
Josh - Kerrin Whiting

Crew

Producer - Terry Roseburgh / Anne Whitehead
Stage Manager - Fred Preston
Lights - Gregorio Palmes
Props - Barb Rindfleisch / Teresa Stipcevich
Set Dressing - Catherine Whitehead
Costumes - Frankie Swithinbank / Monica Spencer

Synopsis

“Thirty-Three” centres around Saskia’s 33rd birthday dinner party. She has invited a handful of her closest friends to her Sydney terrace for an evening of food, music, and good times. But when her estranged little brother mysteriously shows up, the proceedings take on a decidedly different turn, and a friendly evening ignites into a wild night of booze, games, and shocking revelations.

Trybooking link for tickets

Our ‘One Act Play’ season – Godzonia by Georgie Oulton and we THINK we've found a second play with a Director. We'll post soon.

Usually mid-August – fits in with the Anglesea one-act play Festival.
Synopsis – Godzonia by Georgie Oulton is a COVID-inspired play written during lockdown with all the uncertainty, frustration, humour and pathos experienced globally during 2020.

Director – Zina Carman

Cast

Crew

Trybooking

Review

October, 2022

Synopsis – John Misto’s heart-warming play, Harp on the Willow, is the incredible true story of Mary O’Hara, the internationally acclaimed Irish singer and harpist.

Director – Gay Bell

Cast

Crew

Trybooking link

Review

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