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out of sight, out of murder
OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MURDER
TEA TREE PLAYERS
Written By: Fred Carmichael
Directed By: Lilly Dolman
Peter has come to a lovely old house to finish a play, a murder story in a place where another author had been murdered years before. A weird electrical storm causes a confused and chaotic state and his characters come to life. There is the lovely ingénue, the trusty butler, a feisty character woman, a dauntless hero, a fascinating ’other woman’ and a wily lawyer waiting for midnight to read the will. Peter loses control of his characters and after an attempted murder with him as the intended victim, other murders occur and events follow a typical thriller to a hair raising climax, until all is solved ingeniously with romance, suspense and cosmic wit.
Youth Roles Available:
F Kay Kelsey 20-25 ingénue, sweet, trusting 277 Cues
F Addie 20’s pert, vulnerable, emotional 49 Cues
M Dick Stanton 20’s juvenile, eager, overly nice 89 Cues
7/7:30pm Monday and Friday evenings and possibly some Weekend/Sunday rehearsals.
8pm WEDNESDAY 22nd to SATURDAY 25th AUGUST 2018 and
8pm TUESDAY 28 AUGUST to SATURDAY 1 SEPTEMBER 2018
2:30pm MATINEE EACH SATURDAY
Tea Tree Players Theatre
Gate one, Tilley Recreational Park
(Corner of Yatala Vale and Hancock Roads)
7:30pm Monday the 14th of May, 2018 and Wednesday the 16th of May, 2018
Tea Tree Players Theatre
Gate one, Tilley Recreational Park
(Corner of Yatala Vale and Hancock Roads)
Theresa "Lilly" Dolman on 0411 091 597 or via email@example.com
MIDWAY TO NOWHERE
Melpomene Theatre Group
Written & Directed By: George Djukic
Set after World War 2 in a migrant camp in Australia, "Bitter Springs Creek" examines the collision of the Old World cultures of European refugees and that of a post-war Australia still in the grip of the White Australia Policy, and ambivalent both about its British heritage and its new links to America.
A group of southern European migrants, some political refugees, others economic, wait on tenterhooks in a migrant camp, as they wait to be placed in employment during the winter of 1952. It is set against the background of a riot by the Italian migrants in which they burnt buildings down, triggering the army to send in tanks with machineguns. This is based on an actual episode in Australia's postwar migration history.
Disempowered and trapped in a no-man's-land, the migrants wage a struggle on many fronts: against the past; the authorities; the new country; each other; and themselves, a struggle in turns sad, funny, painful and angry. By the end of the play, each character has a clearer idea of the road ahead. For some, it will be a dark journey. For example:
Sava is an ex-forced labourer who was transported from Yugoslavia to Germany. He chooses not to return after the war, as the communists have taken over. In Australia he befriends young Bosko, 20 years old, who idolises him. Their friendship is strained however when Bosko falls for a woman who prefers Sava. Sava decides not to marry his fiancée when he gets assigned work in tbe canefields, and Bosko is left behind, at the mercy of the ruthless and self-seeking Punisa, who finds him work with an exploitative Australian farmer. Bosko escapes only to be shot in an accident, becoming an invalid.
Gennaro is a young Italian farmer who comes with his family on a work contract but is suddenly trapped in the camp in the middle of the bush because of a sudden recession. His daughter becomes ill and dies and he seeks revenge on the incompetent doctor.
Rade is tormented by his experiences in concentration camps; paranoidally jealous of his young German wife, he kills her in a fit of anger and is sentenced to prison; his case is based on an actual event
"Bitter Springs Creek" captures an important historical time and place, and affords insights into the experience of being an immigrant and an outsider in Australia from the perspective of a son of New Australians, now no more. It is thus a tribute to their memory and a testimony to their suffering. More generally, in highlighting the need for compassion for and understanding of refugees, present and past, and in offering a perspective corrective of the myths and fears encouraged by mainstream media and politicians, it assumes special relevance to contemporary Australian society.
Youth Roles Available:
Boško (152 cues) : twenty, peasant, Serbian DP, abandoned by his brother; insecure, naïve, lonely
Nebojša: (114 cues) Serbian DP, twenties, formerly a university student and political prisoner; mentally ill and destroyed by his experiences of the war, he cannot adapt and decides to leave Australia
Gennaro: (87 cues) Italian immigrant, twenties, formerly a peasant, non-political; seeks revenge on the doctor he holds responsible for his baby's death
Danica: (80 cues) twenties, Serbian gypsy, DP and Sava's girlfriend; is abandoned by Sava before he goes off to the cane fields; she curses him in a dramatic confrontation; other women are jealous of her effect on men in the camp
Miss Fairweather: (23 cues) twenties, social worker at migrant centre; idealistic and naïve, no match for the insensitive camp director
Predrag: (25 cues) twenties to thirties, Serbian migrant from provincial town; has political argument with Sava that almost ends in bloodshed
Snežana: (30 cues) Serbian DP, twenties, mother whose husband is away on work
Ljubica: (44 cues) Serbian DP, twenties to thirties, mother, jealous of Danica
Ingeborg: (18) German wife of Rade, twenties; a tragic figure, she is mentally damaged by her escape from the Russians in the war; is not happy with Rade, who kills her.
Holden St Theatre, Hindmarsh
Contact the Director (details below)
George Djukic on 0407710601 or via firstname.lastname@example.org
Written By: Book and Lyrics by Brian Yorkey
Music by Tom Kitt
Directed By: Vanessa Redmond, Musically Directed by Ben Stefanoff, Choreographed by Rebekah Stonelaitken
With unforgettable songs and a deeply moving story by the Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning creators of Next to Normal, IF/THEN is a fascinating, ambitious and original new musical. IF/THEN simultaneously follows one woman's two possible life paths, painting a deeply moving portrait of the lives that we lead, as well as the lives that we might have led.
Elizabeth, a city planner, moves back to New York to restart her life in the city of infinite possibilities. When her carefully designed plans collide with the whims of fate, Elizabeth's life splits into two parallel paths. IF/THEN follows both stories simultaneously, as this modern woman faces the intersection of choice and chance.
IF/THEN is a contemporary Broadway musical about living in New York today and all of the possibilities of tomorrow. With a powerhouse role for a leading lady and rich and complex supporting roles, this show celebrates dynamite talent and the power of great storytelling.
Youth Roles Available
Ambitious, enthusiastic, fresh-faced but familiar with the ups and downs of life. Elena is fresh from receiving her MA in urban studies, and becomes Elizabeth’s protégé.
Vocal Quality and Range: big belt to an E with a nice mix.
Age: 25 – 29
Choreography note: Strong dancer/mover
ENSEMBLE: Must be 18 years at time of performance
The ensemble for If/Then plays a very integral part of the show. The ensemble member play many different characters that weave through Elizabeth’s life. All of the smaller named roles will come
from the ensemble.
Vocal Range: All vocal ranges required, however must be strong singers
Stage Age: varies
Choreography notes: Strong dancers/movers
Rehearsals will be every Monday and Wednesday nights from 7.15pm until 10.15pm throughout June, and then Wednesday evenings and Sunday afternoons (mid to late afternoons), and will be held at Hawthorn Church of Christ, Angas Rd, Hawthorn.
The first rehearsal date will most likely be Monday 11th June 2018.
A full rehearsal schedule will be available in the weeks leading up to the first rehearsal
Production Week: September 9 - 12
Preview Night: September 13 (8pm)
Shows: September 14 (8pm), 15 (2pm & 8pm), 19 (8om), 20 (8pm), 21 (8pm) and 22 (2pm & 8pm)
Star Theatres - Theatre One
145 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Hilton South Australia 5033
Sunday March 25:
- 2.30 – 3.45pm (the compulsory group choreography will start at 2.30pm, followed by individual slots)
- 4.00 – 5.15pm (the compulsory group choreography will start at 4pm, followed by individual slots)
- 6.15 – 7.30pm (the compulsory group choreography will start at 6.15pm, followed by individual slots)
Tuesday March 27
- 7.30 – 8.45pm (the compulsory group choreography will start at 7.30pm, followed by individual slots)
Only one session time needs to be attended.
Hawthorn Church of Christ, Angas Rd, Hawthorn.
Please visit www.segueproductionssa.com/auditions to see the full audition requirements, information pack and to book auditions.
Segue Productions via email@example.com
the one day of the year
THE ONE DAY OF THE YEAR
Therry Dramatic Society
Written By: Alan Seymour
Directed By: Kerrin White
While living in Sydney, playwright Alan Seymour was on his way home from the 1955 Anzac Day March when he saw drunken former soldiers brawling outside hotels. That day to change his life. Written in 1958 (when Seymour was 31) for an amateur playwriting competition, The One Day of the Year was also inspired by an article in the University of Sydney newspaper denouncing Anzac Day.
On its release, the play created outrage. Seymour’s fictional work highlighted social inequality, issues of mateship and masculinity and questioned Australians’ notions of national identity.
The play has since become a classic of Australian theatre, alongside Ray Lawler's Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, both dealing with concepts of mateship and the Australian way of life
Youth Roles Available:
Hughie Cook (18-20)
Son of Dot and Alf. He rebels against his conventional and conservative upbringing. Hughie is frustrated with his father's lack of education and conservative values.
Jan Castle (18-20)
From the upper-middle class, Jan looks down her nose at the Cooks. She mocks her own family for their social pretensions but is full of her own.
Pencilled in for Monday and Thursday evenings, Sunday afternoons commencing mid-late June.
Wednesday, 15th to Saturday, 18th August 2018 at 8 pm
Wednesday 22nd to Saturday, 25th August 2018 at 8 pm
Matinees both Saturdays at 2 pm
The Arts Theatre, 53 Angas Street, Adelaide
To be advised
Therry Clubrooms, 1 Regina Court, Beverley
Jill via firstname.lastname@example.org or Julia via 0419 842 975
Are you a lover of all things musical theatre? Have you been working on a song, but only ever had the opportunity to perform it to your goldfish? Is there a role you love and would kill for the chance to perform one of their songs, even though you’ll never have the opportunity to play that role due to age, gender, ethnicity, etc.? Are you generally cast in the chorus but would like the opportunity to step up and show Adelaide what you can do? Are you on a casting panel or a theatre company committee and want to see some of Adelaide’s talent perform outside the confines of a show? Are you a student preparing for an assessment or an audition to that exclusive theatre school?
If you answered yes to any (or all) of the above, then Broadway Sessions is for you!
Broadway Sessions is a musical theatre performance and open mic night that’s all about coming together and celebrating the very talented theatre community in Adelaide, South Australia. Each Session aims to provide an inclusive, easily accessible (and regular) opportunity for performers, of all backgrounds and ages, to sing something out of the musical theatre genre. This isn’t any old open mic night – the talented Broadway Sessions band will be there to help you hit the right notes, and the house will be filled with an audience of supportive musical theatre lovers.
Broadway Sessions is held on the last Sunday every month. Doors open at 6pm for a 6:30pm start, with each session running approximately two hours, including a 15 minute interval. It only costs $15 to get in (tickets available online here before the night or at the door subject to availability) and drinks will be available at the bar all night. In addition, if you register and sing on the night, you pay absolutely nothing (to get in, or to perform).
MYER CENTRE WANTS BUSKERS!
Attention all musicians and buskers: the Myer Centre has created an opportunity for buskers to perform between 5-7 pm on Fridays and 12-2pm on Saturdays in prominent locations in the Myer Centre. This is not an open invitation. All buskers will be required to register for the program and if selected will be given a programmed slot and a performance agreement. (Please note only 1 performer per slot).
To apply for this process please email email@example.com with a link to 2 songs, a resume and a photo along with your best contact information. Consideration will be given to professionalism, genre and musicianship.
VENUE SEEKS ACTS
Do you live in the western suburbs and play music, then the Semaphore Port Adelaide RSL is looking for you. They are already running live bands on Saturday nights and are hoping to extended that to 3 nights per week. They have their own P.A so all you have to do is show up and play. If you are looking for a place to show case your music and think you can bring a crowd then contact Cameron firstname.lastname@example.org
KARAOKE AT THE SLUG 'N' LETTUCE
Slug 'N' Lettuce is the northern suburbs only British themed hotel. We are known for our live entertainment, value for money food and our extensive range of beers on tap.
Karaoke every Wednesday 7pm - 11pm
Cost: Free admission.
Who should attend: An electrifying night out with friends. Under 18 years must leave before 12am.
130 Martins Rd Parafield Gardens
OPEN MIC CABARET
Signatures Café , Marion Cultural Centre - 287 Diagonal Road, Oaklands Park, SA 5046
Musicians, singers and performers come and join us every Saturday from 12pm - 3pm at Signatures Cafe @ The Marion Cultural Centre beside the Aquatic centre and 2 Minutes from The Marion Shopping Centre. ALL AGES! Bring your guitar, jokes or just sing a song or two or three.
Whatever your talent is, we look forward to seeing you at Signatures Cafe/Bar at The Marion Cultural Centre. Don't worry about PA equipment - we have that sorted plus our resident tech guy.
So if you're a singer bring your backing tracks on a CD or USB.
Great family event, all are welcome. Beers and house wines only $6, ample free parking, wheelchair friendly and free entry.
Club5082 is a fortnightly music event for young people provided by City of Prospect and Town of Walkerville. Youth bands and solo musicians aged 25 years and under, book in to step up on stage and gain performance experience. Club5082 is a great place to polish your performance skills within a quality performance venue, under lights, plugged into a professional PA system and with your sound managed by a skilled sound technician - at NO COST. Performers receive a multi-track recording of every signal on stage, quality video footage and feature on Three D Radio 93.7FM. Photographs are available for purchase.
For more information and to book in call Mark Crabtree on 8342 8041 or email email@example.com