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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 2015 has been confirmed:
Shortcut to Happiness
by Roger Hall
Director: Lindsay Nash
Season: March 1Oth to 21st
Cast: 3 men 40-60s, 5 women 35-60s
Auditions: 7th December 2OI4
Contact: email@example.com or ph O27 347 3496
A joyous comedy from New Zealand's best loved playwright. Join us for a night of laughter as a group of laid backretirees confront the discipline of a Russian folk dancingclass run by glamorous Russian immigrant Natasha.
Packed with Roger Hall's trademarks of acute observationand humour, this high energy play is about discovering theways of a new country and accepting differences. And its theme: finding love and dancing your way to happiness.
by Gerald Sibleyras translated by Tom Stoppard
Director: Christine Nash
Season: June 2nd to 13th
Cast: 3 men
Auditions: March 22nd
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org ph O27 2424 772
This delightful 2006 Olivier Award Winner for best newplay has been chosen in homage to the 2015 Gallipolicommemorations.
Cooped up in a country estate veteranshome, three cantankerous old comrades bicker, banter andreminisce while hatching a plan to escape their currentconfines and take the dog statue in the garden along withthem.
With Stoppard's brilliant writing and wit, this is asuperb piece of theatre that's both achingly funny andpiercingly sad.
Abelard and Heloise
by Ronald Miller
Season: September 15th to 26th
Cast: Many, all ages
Auditions: June 14th
Contact: email@example.com ph 877 58L2
Liz reprises this outstanding show from many years ago.
It's one of history's most passionate and romantic true love stories.
The nine hundred year old love affair of Abelard,the 12th century philosopher and theologian and his student Heloise continues to inspire and move us.
There are still societies whose policies result in rigid attitudes and repressions, and this great love story has much to teach us about our own degrees of tolerance and freedom.
Here is a powerful cautionary tale for our time screaming to us from across the centuries to reason and to question!
Life and Beth
by Alan Ayckbourne
Director: Lesley Locke
Season: November 24lh lo December 5th
Cast: 3 men 20-30 & 50+; 3 women 20-30 & 40-5Os
Auditions: September 27th
Contact: Locke.Lesley@gmail.com ph 836 6232
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!
All plays subject to confirmation of rights in association with Playmarket and Play Bureau.
Keep visiting this website to get more information on each play closer to the time.
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