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Fawlty Towers

Everybody knows it, everybody loves it
on stage at Lopdell House 2nd September

Acting Workshops

Titirangi Theatre in Association with Tigerstew Productions are proud to launch “The Green Room” performing arts classes for kids and adults.
The Green Room introduces students to a broad selection of relevant and practical performance and technical skills to work in stage or screen.
The Green Room at a glance:

  • Kids and Adult classes
  • Multiple Tutors Working Professionally in New Zealand's Performing Arts Industry
  • Broad Subjects With Each Week Learning a Different Speciality
  • Small Class Sizes
  • Fully Functional Theatre Venue
  • No Audition Required to Enrol

Titirangi Theatre Membership including a free ticket to each show included in fees.

Now taking enrolments for term 3

– 8 week core-acting classes for Adults and children on Mondays.

Plus- new Courses coming up:

  • 6th August - Voice and Physicality. Titirangi Theatre. Extended vocal technique and physical presence for performance with Wellington Producer Sascha Perfect.
  • 6th August to 24th September - Costume Fabrication: Full Body Armour. Lopdell Basement. Make your own original leatherwork armour with Spartacus and Power Rangers Costume Fabricator, Sean Hurst.
  • 3rd September Lopdell 1st Floor Seminar Room. Australian and French Accent classes for Actors. Be confident in adding accents to your actors CV.

For more information, to enrol or to become a tutor visit www.tigerstew.com also available on Facebook and Twitter

Our programme for 2014 has been confirmed:

Kings of the Gym

NZ comedy by Dave Armstrong
Director: Annie Whittaker
Season: March 11th to 22nd 2014
Cast: 2 men, 40 – 50s and 20s; 2 women, 50s and 20s
Contact: anniewhittaker33@gmail.com or phone 027 277 9727.

Hautapu High is set to rocket up Metro’s Best Schools ranking, but  standing in the way is a rearguard action led by old school, politically incorrect but hugely popular head of the PE department Laurie O’Connor who still thinks sport is about winning!
This laugh- out- loud comedy from one of our foremost playwrights incorporates insightful social commentary around sport, sports stars and political correctness.
Beware! Content and language may offend.
Annie has a long history in the Auckland theatre scene, acting, teching, stage managing before branching out as a director. This is her fourth full length play, her first for Titirangi and she loves the satire and biting wit that will make this play a great night out for theatre-goers.

God of Carnage

by Yasmina Reza
Director: Syd Mannion
Season: June 3rd to 14th 2014
Cast: 2 men and 2 women, 30s – 50s
Contact: Syd on sydman@ihug.co.nz or phone 027 493 1668

A comedy of manners – without the manners!

This is a cautionary tale of civility, conciliation, conflict and clafoutis where tempers, tantrums and verbal warfare show us that if you worship at the altar of political correctness beware the infidel banging at the temple door.

The God Of Carnage - it brings out the philistine in us all!

Winner of the 2009 Olivier award for best new comedy
As actor and director Syd has been involved in a wide range of productions including comedy, drama, multimedia, music and dance. Among his directing credits are Shadowlands, Terra Nova, The Woman In Black, Shakers and Bouncers, Serial Killers, Improbable Fiction, 1984 and the multi-award winning A Doll’s House.  

Fawlty Towers

Directors: John Goudge and Kathy Lowe
Season: September 2nd to 13th 2014
Cast: large cast, various
For auditions contact: goudgedrama@zip.co.nz

Some of your favourite episodes from this celebrated TV sitcom are now on stage! Here are all the characters you know and love: manic Basil, his over-coiffured domineering wife Sybil, the hopeless and ever hopeful Manuel, the calm and capable Polly and a steady stream of abused and eccentric guests!
A must see.

John is a well known singer/songwriter, director, actor—in fact all of the performing arts are John’s playing field—and together with director and choreographer Kathy he has been responsible for many memorable plays and events, including last year’s “Hamlet” at Musgrove Theatre.  


2012 version by Ben Crocker
Director: Ted Bryant
Season: 26th November to 6th December 2014
with two matinees each weekend  

Cast: large cast, various
For auditions contact: ted.bryant10@gmail.com

Pantomonium is on its way!  The tradition of Pantomime is part of the Christmas revels on the menu at the end of our year. All the expected and well loved elements are here together with a few new twists, some especially adapted for West Auckland.
The perfect opportunity for your Christmas get-together..
Ted has performed in London, Bermuda and Auckland in panto and brings considerable experience to this style of production. He looks forward to transforming the theatre stage with a large cast, multiple scenes, songs and panto-business, melding it all into Cinders@Christmas!

Keep visiting this website to get more information on each play closer to the time.

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