21st November to 14th December
Scarlett O'Hara At The Crimson Parrot
by David Williamson
Directed by Chris Proctor
Tickets $25 each
Scarlett never has her mind on the job - and why would she? Her job is dull, while the imaginery worlds she creates for herself are exciting. Her head teams with the characters, situations and dialogue from the classic Hollywood movies she loves and consumes like popcorn. Scarlett escapes an uncomfortabnle reality through whimsical fantasy, but while she's dreaming, she may just miss something magical and exciting happening in her own life.
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A comedic murder mystery featuring Inspector Drake and his sidekick Sgt Plod
A powerful and provactive portrayal of a volatile and morally insecure world - featuring Danny a British soldier just returned from the war in Iraq and trying to assimilate back into a normal life
A quirky comedy about two people trying to date with the help of their psychiatrists. Trouble is, the psychiatrists are more mentally troubled than their patients.
The Classic Comedy from the BBC TV series - audience will love this stage adaptation of an old favourite
A delightful and rate piece of theatre about an unlikely group of strangers who sign up for an adult drama class. Though the imaginative theatre games they are asked to play, we see the characters evolve and friendships form
A delightful human story about Nick and his two sets of doting Italian-American grandparents and their quest to find him a girlfriend