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Life and Beth

by Alan Ayckbourn
Director: Lesley Locke
Season: November 24th to December 5th
It's Christmas, and Beth is mourning the recent death of her health and safety officer husband Gordon.
Her family come to stay determined she should have a stress free time, but their intentions are short lived.
Only David the local Vicar provides Beth with comfort, but he unwittingly summons Gordon's ghost who becomes just as overbearing to Beth now as he was in life.
This bewitching and clever yuletide comedy has been called Ayckbourne's homage to Blythe Spirit.

Plan a group booking for your pre-Christmas get together!

Acting Workshops

More than just a “drama class”.

Innovative performing arts and technical workshops are being offered by Tigerstew Productions at Titirangi Theatre for the whole community.

Mondays  - Core Acting Skills

  • 4-5pm  = Primary School Kids
  • 5-6pm = Primary and Intermediate Mixed Skills Class (Film making, movement etc)
  • 6-7:30pm = ages 12-15
  • 7:45 – 9:45 = Adults 16+

Wednesdays – Special and Technical Skills

See www.tigerstew.com or the Theatre blackboard for upcoming workshops.
For more information on Green Room and what it has to offer, see the www.tigerstew.com website or contact us for more information admin@tigerstew.com.

The Green Room classes offer interesting opportunities to upskill, collaborate and socialise with like-minded theatre lovers and offer weekly skills workshops tutored by multiple industry tutors.
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Our programme for 2016 has been confirmed:


by Sir Terry Pratchett, dramatized by Stephen Briggs

Season: 8th to 19th March

Auditions:  6th December 2015

“Alle Thee Dysk’s a Stage”

Sir Terry Pratchett takes Shakespeare’s Macbeth and then turns it up ’till the knob comes off. It’s all there— a wicked duke and duchess, the ghost of the m urdered king, dim soldiers, strolling players, a land in peril. And who stands between the K ingdom and destruction? Three witches. Granny Weatherwax (intolerant, self-opinionated, powerful), Nanny Ogg (down-to-earth, vulgar) and Magrat Garlick (naïve, fond of occult jewellery and bunnies).

Daughters of Heaven

by Michelanne Forster

Season: 26th to 30th April

Auditions: TBC

Titirangi Theatre is committed to youth development and our Youth Theatre production for 2016 tells the shocking story of murder that took place in 1950s Christchurch. A place at the time imbued with contemporary British attitudes about class and gender. “On the outskirts of the city’s level lawns and daffodil gardens two girls picnic with the devil”.
An inspiration for Sir Peter Jackson’s Heavenly Creatures it is also a story about love - in this case a love that “swept reason and morality away”.

Messiah on the Frigidaire

by John Culbertson

Director:   Duncan Milne

Season: 7th to 18th June

Auditions:  March 20th

The small town of Elroy, South Carolina is thrust into the evangelical spotlight when what seems to be the image of Jesus appears on a refrigerator in a trailer park. The discovery by Lou Ann H ightower, her husband Dwayne, and her best friend Betsy, sets into motion a frenzy of conflict, communion and good old fashioned commerce. When the National Investigator turns the appearance into front-page headlines, their trailer park becomes a Mecca for miracle seekers, soul searchers and disciples with a decidedly political agenda. At the urging of the towns business leaders, Betsy pretends to get messages from the appliance- based apparition, and the crowds multiply like loaves and fishes. Through the ordeal, the three undergo an evolution in their relationships with each other, and they are forced to come to grips with their lowly status in the caste system of the rural south. In a region where religion is as much a part of life as grits and cotton fields, God surely moves in mysterious ways.

Compleat Female Stage Beauty

by Jeffrey Hatcher

Director:   Liz Watkinson

Season: August 23rd to September 3rd

Auditions: 19th June

In this play we enter the backstage world of the English theatre at the 17th century moment when women were first allowed to act. In 1661 the most famous portrayer of female roles on the London stage is a man. Applauded for his interpretations of Shakespeare’s tragic ladies, Ned Kynaston is a celebrity onstage and off.
But when a woman finally dares to break the rule and stars in a show Charles II is a convert, passing a new law to make it illegal for men to play women’s parts. Ned’s world is turned upside down. He loses his livelihood, his fame and his sexual identity— that is until fate and his desire for revenge give him a chance to act again. Peopled by many well-known characters, including the King, Nell Gwynne and Samuel Pepys, this no-holds-barred, bawdy comedy has a highly dramatic sting in its tail.

Robin Hood and the Three Pigs

a pantomime by Chris Lane

Director:   Chris Lane

Season: 22nd November to 3rd December

Auditions:  4th September

There are so many in the family that poor old Mum has to call them by what they are wearing— such as 'Little Red Riding Hood' and older sister 'BIG Red Riding Hood'. To make things worse the neighbours are three pigs who have just finished building their own ‘Grand Design’ homes next door, Grandmother has taken to her bed and has to have meals delivered— and now there is a wolf who is always hungry and will eat anything— and anyone.
And on top of this the Royal Palace want to redevelop the whole area— but the Prince IS rather handsom e! Maybe not all bad news?

Traditional Panto with humour for all the family.

All plays subject to confirmation of rights in association with Playmarket and Play Bureau.

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