Past Plays

Essendon Theatre Company has been providing entertainment to the community for almost 40 years.

Here is a list of all the shows that we have proudly produced since 1976.

A huge Thank-you to Michael Bentley who put this list together and Travis Handcock who converted it all for this page.

This Page is currently under construction. There will (hopefully) be drop down information for all shows in the future.

1976     1977     1978     1979

1980     1981     1982     1983     1984     1985     1986 1987     1988     1989

1990     1991     1992     1993     1994     1995     1996 1997     1998     1999

2000     2001     2002     2003     2004     2005     2006 2007     2008     2009

2010     2011     2012     2013     2014     2015     2016

2016

Play 145: Five Women Wearing the Same Dress

by Alan Ball

Directed by Natasha Boyd

Bradshaw Street. April 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16.

Cast:

Meredith: Madeline McKinlay

Tricia: Kylie Ryan

Mindy: Clare Hayes

Frances: Sophie Power

Georgeanne: Julia Lambert

Tripp Davenport: Rowan Howard

Crew:

Production Manager: Christine Nilsson

Stage Manager: Carmel O’Sullivan

Costume Design: Christine Nilsson

Properties and Set Dressing:

Carmel O’Sullivan

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Set Design: Dawn Hinrichsen

Set Construction:

Dawn Hinrichsen

Mat Jodell

Natasha Boyd

Travis Handcock

Stephanie King

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Julia Lambert

Clare Hayes

Carmel O’Sullivan

Kevin O’Sullivan

Michele Haywood

Michael Bond

Michael Bentley

Dialect Advisor: Katie Hall

Sound Design: Russell Servis

Technical Support:

Jason Frittitta

Brett Moar

Lighting Design:

Stephanie Morrell

Michael Bond

Light & Sound Operation: Jarrod Catt

Poster Design: Caroline Stirling

Publicity:

Travis Handcock

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

FOH Manager: Michele Haywood

Programme: Damn Hinrichsen

Photography: Shane Anthony Photography

Special Thanks:

Essendon Flooring Xtra Airport West (93352999), Mark Neicho, Phil Boyd and Mount Players and Terese Maurici-Ryan

2015

Play 144: Boeing Boeing

by Marc Camoletti

Directed by Terese Maurici-Ryan

Bradshaw Street. November 26, 27, 28, 29. December 3, 4, 5.

Cast:

Bernard: Xavier Ryan

Robert: James Antonas

Gloria: Amy Larsen

Gabriella: Melissa Tracina

Gretchen: Gabriella Mazzarino

Berthe: Margaret Rawlinson

Crew:

Stage Manager: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Assistant Stage Manager: Dawn Hinrichsen

Lighting & Sound Operation and Design:

Travis Handcock

Michael Bond

Stephanie Morrell

Set Design: Xavier Ryan

Set Construction:

Xavier Ryan

Colin Burchall

Dawn Hinrichsen

Terese Maurici Ryan

And Members of ETC

Costume Seamstress: Stella Maurici

Costume Assistant: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Front of House: Christine Nilsson

Photography: Shane Anthony Photography

Publicity:

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Dawn Hinrichsen

Program: Dawn Hinrichsen

Thank you to 1812 ans Heidelberg Theatre Company for their support

Play 143: Aladdin

Adapted by Michael Bentley

Directed by Michele Haywood

Bradshaw Street. September 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27.

Cast:

Sheherezade: Stephanie Morrell

Assistant Narrators:

Miles Brown

Eva Phan

Domenique Rawlinson

Aladdin: Kirsten Page

Princess: Marina Labib

Sultan: Mazz Ryan

Widow Twankey: Kyle Roberts

Wishy Washee: Bianca McMurray

Mustapha Wash: Peter Sackett

Sheik: Alex McMurray

Genie of the Ring: Travis Handcock

Genie’s Assistant: Xavier Brown

Bloggs: Keith Isaac

Wentworth: Alex McMurray

Slave of the Lamp: Clare Molony

Minstrel 1: Sabine Rawlinson

Minstrel 2: James Cimino

Minstrel 3: Mai Phan

Salesman: Michael Rodda

Lamp Seller: Mitchell Federico

Deidrie: Charlotte McKenzie

Courtier 1: James Cimino

Courtier 2: Mai Phan

Puss in Boots: Sabine Rawlinson

Red Riding Hood: Mai Phan

Soldier 3: Michael Rodda

Crowd Member: Aiden Federico

Superman: Mitchell Federico

Crew:

Assistant Director: Mazz Ryan

Stage Manager: Lauren Brown

Set Design: Danielle Biksha

Lighting Design:

Travis Handcock

Michael Bond

Lighting Operator: Steff Burris

Sound Design: Jasmine Tolentino

Sound Operator: Hung Phan

Costumes:

Christine Nilsson

Mazz Ryan

Props:

Mazz Ryan

Lauren Brown

Alex McMurray

Jan Federico

Aiden Federico

Mitchell Federico

James Cimino

Liam Isaacs

Backstage Support: Maria Kostezky

Set:

Dawn Hinrichsen

Colin Burchall

Keith Isaacs

Liam Isaacs

Alex McMurray

Kirsten Page

Mazz Ryan

Mitchell Federico

Domanic Federico

James Cimino

Ian Cimino

Vlad Kostezky

Play 142: Private Lives

by Noël Coward

Directed by Joshua Wolter

Bradshaw Street. June 25, 26, 27, 28. July 2, 3, 4.

Cast:

Elyot Chase: Zoran Babic

Victor Prynne: Brendan Allan

Amanda Prynne: Leanne Savage

Sybil Chase: Kirsten Page

Louise: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Crew:

Producer: Dawn Hinrichsen

Props: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Stage Manager: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Assistant Stage Manager: Mingka MacDonald

Lighting Design: Travis Handcock

Lighting Operator: Michael Bond

Sound Design: Joshua Wolter

Sound Operator: Jasmine Tolentino

Set Design: Dawn Hinrichsen

Set Construction:

Colin Burchall

Wendy-Ann Edwards

Dawn Hinrichsen

Clare Howell

Mathew Jodell

Mingka MacDonald

Christine Nilsson

Joshua Wolter

Costumes: Christine Nilsson

FOH: Christine Nilsson

Poster: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Publicity:

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Dawn Hinrichsen

Travis Handcock

Program: Dawn Hinrichsen

Thank-you to “The Moonee Valley Men’s Shed” for their kind assistance with our wonderful set and Poyntons Nursery for the loan of the plants.

Play 141: The Freedom of the City

by Brian Friel

Directed by Travis Handcock

Bradshaw Street. April 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18.

Cast:

Lily: Stephanie King

Skinner: Mark Briggs

Michael: Christian Dell’Olio

Dodds: Stephanie Morrell

Judge: Chris Gaffney

Winbourne/Cuppley/Army Press Officer/Photographer: David Runnalls

Priest/Balladeer/Musician: Anna-Mai Hoek

Brigadier Johnson-Hansbury/O’Kelly: Michele Haywood

Soldier 1/Pressman 1/Voice 1/Musician: Joshua Wolter

Soldier 2/Pressman 2/Voice 2: Kyle Roberts

Soldier 3/Pressman 3/Musician: Bianca McMurray

Police Constable/Musician: Damien McMurray

Piano: Hayley D’Ath

Crew:

Musical Directors:

Damien McMurray

Joshua Wolter

Stage Manager: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Assistant Stage Manager: Lauren Ielo

Lighting: Meika Clarke

Lighting Design:

Meika Clarke

Travis Handcock

Sound: Jasmine Tolentino

Band: The Derry Heirs

Set Design: Travis Handcock

Set Construction:

Colin Burchall

Stephanie Gonelli

Travis Handcock

Michele Haywood

Dawn Hinrichsen

Mathew Jodell

Stephanie King

Stephanie Morrell

Christine Nilsson

Sven Nilsson

Andrew Penny

And Members of ETC

Costumes: Christine Nilsson

Props: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Front of House: Christine Nilsson

Publicity:

Dawn Hinrichsen

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Program:

Dawn Hinrichsen 

2014

Play 140: The Faculty Room

by Bridget Carpenter

Directed by Travis Handcock

Bradshaw Street. November 27, 28, 29, 30. December 4, 5, 6.

Cast:

Adam Younger: Bruce Carboon

Zoe Bartholomew: Steph Morrell

Carver Durand: Robert Ruscitti

Bill Dunn: James O’Brien

Principal Dennis: Hayley D’Ath

Crew:

Assistant Director: Michele Haywood

Stage Manager: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Lighting: Robert Wightwick

Sound: Jasmine Tolentino

Set Construction:

Colin Burchall

Stephanie Gonelli

Travis Handcock

Michele Haywood

Dawn Hinrichsen

Sven Nilsson

Lou Tamburro

And Members of etc

Costumes:

Deirdre Ericksen

Christine Nilsson

Makeup: Renee Serroglio

FOH: Christine Nilsson

Publicity: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Program: Dawn Hinrichsen

Special thanks to Nick Handcock for composing the school anthem and to

Drew Mason for his assistance with accents.

The Faculty Program Program

Play 139: Jack and the Beanstalk

by Michael Bentley

Directed by Michele Haywood

Bradshaw Street. September 26, 28. October 2, 3, 4.

Cast:

Jack: Dean Crowley

Jill: Samantha Harris

Dolly: Travis Handcock

Baron Waste: Kyle Roberts

Fairy God Mother/Baker: Marina Labib

Strawberry the cow: Grace & Holly Kemp

Henchman 1: Tiffany Basta

Henchman 2: Leon Kuhlmann

Giant/Baker/Cuthbert: Miles Brown

Mad Villager/Bertina: Sabine Squeo-Rawlinson

Thief/Bertie: Mai Phan

Cat/Little Bertina: Eva Phan

Charity Collector/Robert: Xavier Brown

Fishmonger/Roberta: Holly Kemp

Simon the Fruiterer/Little Bert: Angus Kemp

Beggar/Wilbert: Gillian Donaldson

Gypsy/Little Bertha: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Sweet Seller/Big Bertha: Stephanie Gonelli

Street Dancer/Sherbert: Grace Kemp

Street Dancer/Alberta: Abbey Crowley

Street Dancer: Tylah Michael

Street Dancer: Tayla-Rene Latimer

Crew:

Choreography:

Dawn Hinrichsen

Tylah Michael

Tayla-Rene Latimer

Stage Manager:

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Stephanie Gonelli

Lighting/Sound: Stephanie Burris

Set Construction:

Michael Bentley

Colin Burchall

Michele Haywood

Dawn Hinrichsen

And members of etc

Costumes: Christine Nilsson

Construction of Strawberry’s Head: Michael Bentley

Hair & Makeup: Kate Stevenson & Renee Serroglio

FOH: Christine Nilsson

Publicity:

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Dawn Hinrichsen

Program: Dawn Hinrichsen

Jack and the Beanstalk Program

Play 138: Something With a Twist (3 one-act plays)

Bradshaw Street. June 26, 27, 28, 29. July 3, 4, 5.

Crew:

Stage Manager: Ceinwen Opie

Lighting Design: Zac Barraclough

Backstage Crew:

Ben Barraclough

Kate Deavin

Leon Kuhlman

Costumes: Christine Nilsson

Hair and Makeup: Kate Stevenson

FOH: Christine Nilsson

Photography:

Kate Stephenson

Sonia Zabala

Publicity:

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Dawn Hinrichsen

Program: Dawn Hinrichsen

Something Old, Something New

by Chris Hodson

Directed by Dawn Hinrichsen

Sarah: Isabelle Bertoli

Erica: Clare Howell

Paul: Kevin Janner

Simon: Kyle Roberts

Anton: Anthony Condon

Rose: Sonia Zabala

Entered at Dandenong Ranges and Macedon

Macedon: “Best Supporting Female Actor” (Sonia Zabala)

A Formal Tradition

by Hayley Lawson-Smith

Directed by Joshua Wolter

Jack Crikite: Rhys Jones

Fay Blu: Isabelle Bertoli

Wick: Anthony Condon

Joe Petto: Lochie Laffin Vines

Marion Ette: Sonia Zabala

Jack’s Conscience: Kyle Roberts

Marion’s Conscience: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Joe’s Conscience: Adam Haylock

Entered at Dandenong Ranges and Macedon

Dandenong: “Best Youth Actor” (Leon Kuhlmann)

Your Guide

by Julie Johnston

Directed by Sonia Zabala

Andrew (Dad): Joshua Wolter

Kate (Mum): Rosalyn Shafik-Eid

Alison: Jeanette Coppolino

Jacob: Leon Kuhlman

Edith (Grandma): Kate Deavin

Levi: Adam Haylock

Something With A Twist Program

Play 137: The Glass Menagerie

by Tennessee Williams

Directed by Rachael Holt

Bradshaw Street. March 27, 28, 29, 30. April 3, 4, 5.

Cast:

Tom Wingfield: Travis Handcock

Amanda Wingfield: Katie Macfie

Laura Wingfield: Stephanie Gonelli

Jim: Robert Ruscitti

Crew:

Co-Director: Travis Handcock

Stage Manager:

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Cienwen Opie

Lauren Lelo

Set Design:

Rachael Holt

Travis Handcock

Lighting Design:

Rachael Holt

Zac Barraclough

Sound Design:

Travis Handcock

Rachael Holt

Lighting & Sound Operator: Robert Wightwick

Set Construction:

Travis Handcock

Christine Nilsson

Sven Nilsson

Dawn Hinrichsen

Ben Barraclough

Joshua Correa

Fiona O’Hoy

Andy

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Jessica Farrar

Costume Design: Christine Nilsson

FOH Display: Dawn Hinrichsen

FOH Manager: Christine Nilsson

Photography: Rachael Holt

Publicity:

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Dawn Hinrichsen

The Glass Menagerie Program

2013

Play 136: Go Back For Murder

by Agatha Christie

Directed by Cat Dwyer

Bradshaw Street. November 28, 29, 30. December 1, 5, 6, 7.

Justin Fogg: Josh Correa

Phillip Blake: Bryan Richardson

Meredith Blake: Div Collins & Lee Cook

Amyas Crale: Travis Handcock

Carla Le Marchant : Karliana Reid

Angela Warren: Gaby Lyons

Miss Williams: Stephanie King

Caroline Crale: Caitie Ross

Lady Melksham: Grace Coleman

Jeff Rogers: Steve Young

Miss Turnbull: Leigh Tangee

Crew:

Stage Managers: Lorraine Barwick & Cienwen Opie

Lighting: David Prince

Lighting Design:

David Prince

Lee Cook

Cat Dwyer

Sound Design: Cat Dwyer

Set Construction:

Ben Barraclough

Joshua Correa

Annabelle Cummins

Cat Dwyer

Simon Dwyer

Travis Handcock

Dawn Hinrichsen

Christine Nilsson

SPFX Make-Up: Cat Dwyer & Gaby Lyons

FOH: Christine Nilsson

Photography: John Sturt

Publicity: Rosalin Shafik-Eid & Dawn Hinrichsen

Go Back for Murder Program

Play 135: Gary's House

by Debra Oswald

Directed by Samuel Chappel

Bradshaw Street. September 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21.

Cast:

Dave: Ben Mitchell

Christine: Peta Owen

Gary: Bryan Richardson

Sue-Anne: Emma Whately

Vince: Josh Correa

Crew:

Assistant Director: Ben Mitchell

Stage Manager: Meika Clark

Set Design: Ben Mitchell & Dawn Hinrichsen

Lighting Design: Zac Barraclough

Sound Design: Samuel Chappel

Backstage Crew:

Zac Barraclough

Ben Barraclough

Meika Clark

Joshua Correa

Set/Props:

Peter Hinrichsen

Mat Jodell

Dawn Hinrichsen

The Moonee Valley Men’s Shed

Samuel Chappel

Ben Mitchell

Costumes: Cat Dwyer

FOH: Abbi Berecz & Members of ETC

Photography: Ben Barraclough

Publicity:

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Dawn Hinrichsen

Gary’s House Program

Play 134: Whatever Comes Along (3 one-act plays)

Directed by Rosalin Shafik-Eid & Rhiannon Dummett

Bradshaw Street. June 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22.

Crew:

Stage Manager: Meika Clark

Assistant: Lauren Lelo

Lighting/Sound: Ben Barraclough & Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Set Construction:

Mat Jodell

And members of ETC

Costumes: Christine Nilsson

Makeup: Cat Cummins

FOH: Abbi Berecz & Cat Cummins

And members of ETC

Photography: Ben Barraclough

Publicity:

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Dawn Hinrichsen

All My Love Paul

by Allan Mackay

Cast:

Paul: Gerard Rains

Carina: Stephanie Morrell

Leanne: Del Barwick

Halloween Pie

by Ailie Hogan

Agatha: Sarah Pellegrino

Cecil: Ceinwen Opie

Brian: Nataleigh Elzein

Vladamir: Tiffany Basta

Harriet: Natarsha Kemp

How Can We Help?

Cast:

Sally: Stephanie Morrell

Jason: Gerard Rains

Rita: Dawn Hinrichsen

Grace: Seon Williams

Drake: Joshua Correa

Receptionist: Gabrielle Mangione

Whatever Comes Along Program

Play 133: Fantasmagorical (5)

by Jenny Lawther

Directed by Dawn Hinrichsen

Bradshaw Street. April 5, 6, 7, 12, 13.

Cast:

Lynda: Leigh Tangee

Grumps: Bryan Richardson

Mary Mary Quite Contrary: Samantha-Ellen Bound

Smile: Anabelle Cummins

Lolly Land

Lollypop: Hannah Newman

Toffee Guard 1: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Toffee Guard 2: Michele Haywood

Smarties:

Mai Phan

Dion Cokuzovski

Xavier Brown

Isabelle Newman

Lucas Gokuzovski

Candy Barr: Debbie Barbar

Number Land

Count Numero: Marianne McLoughlin

No. 7: Ceinwen Opie

No. 9: Hannah Best

No 5: Samantha Harris

Pirate Pete: Darrus Pattle

Colour Land

Princess Rainbow: Cat Cummins

Eeny Elf: Lara Kowalenko

Yellow: Ceinwen Opie

Red: Hannah Best

Blue: Hannah Newman

Black: Serah Nathan

White: Samantha Harris

Green: Debbie Barbar

Centre of Magic Land

T H-E: Michael Bentley

Tippy Hippy: Debbie Barbar

Heffalump: Marianne McLoughlin

Elf 1: Samantha Harris

Elf 2: Hannah Best

The Sandman: Hannah Best

Nastly the Nightmare: Michele Haywood

Snake: Natarsha Kemp

Bat: Hannah Best

Cobweb: Grace Kemp

Spider: Samantha Harris

Tooth Fairy: Cat Cummins

Dentist: Darrus Pattle

Mechanical Mike: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Goblins of Disbelief:

Mai Phan

Dion Cokuzovski

Xavier Brown

Isabelle Newman

Lucas Gokuzovski

Holly Kemp

Samantha Harris

Hannah Best

The Fantasmagorical Dancers

Natarsha Kemp

Grace Kemp

Holly Kemp

Hannah Newman

Hannah Best

Samantha Harris

Lara Kowelenko

Debbie Barbar

Ceinwen Opie

Fairytale Land

Narrator: Serah Nathan

Humpty Dumpty: Ceinwen Opie

Tom Tom the Piper’s Son: Dion Cokuzovski

Little Bo Peep: Mai Phan

Little Miss Muffet: Hannah Newman

Little Jack Horner: Xavier Brown

Mary had a little lamb: Isabel Newman

Pirate Pete: Darrus Pattle

Old Mother Hubbard: Marianne McLoughlin

The Old Woman Who Lived in the Shoe: Holly Kemp

Mother Goose: Michele Haywood

Simple Simon: Lucas Cokuzovski

Crew:

Choreographer: Samantha-Ellen Bound

Costumes: Christine Nilsson

Stage Manager: Meika Clarke

Stage Assistants:

Lauren Lelo

Josh

Lighting/Sound design: Zac Barraclough

Backstage Crew:

Ben Barraclough

Meika Clark

Hung Phan

Set/Props:

Mat Jodell

Colin Burchall

Michele Haywood

Leigh Tangee

Dawn Hinrichsen

Michael Bentley

FOH: Abbi Berecz

And members of ETC

Photography: Eddy Doran

Publicity:

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Dawn Hinrichsen

Original Music by: Ross McLennan

Special Thanks to the Mums and Dads who transported the kids and helped out.

Fantasmagorical 2013 program

2012

Play 132: Are You Being Served?

by Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft

Directed by Tony Leatch & Dawn Hinrichsen

Bradshaw Street. November 22, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30. December 1.

Cast:

Mash/Don Bernardo: Andrzej Marczynski

Mr Rumbold: Andrew Gemmel

Shirley Brahms: Leigh Tangee

Mr Lucas: Ryan “Eddie” Edmends

Captain Peacock: Frank O’Connor

Mr Grainger: Kevin Holman

Mrs Slocombe: Margaret Rawlinson

Mr Humphries: Kevin Naylor

Woman Customer and Concita: Daisy May

Male Customer and Cesar: Duson Dobrilovic

Nurse and Theresa: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Crew:

Stage Manager: Meika Clark

Lighting/Sound Design: Zac Barraclough

Backstage Crew:

Zac Barraclough

Ben Barraclough

Meika Clark

Paul Volliotis

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Andy Brader

Matilda Houlihan

Set Construction:

Tony Leatch

Mat Jodell

Colin Burchall

Robert & Millie Buttrose

And members of ETC

Costumes/Tents:

Christine Nilsson

Margaret Nilsson

FOH: Christine Nilsson

And members of ETC

Photography: Eddy Doran

Publicity:

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Dawn Hinrichsen

Are You Being Served Program

Play 131: The Anniversary

by Bill Macllwraith

Directed by Rachael Holt

Bradshaw Street. August 30, 31. September 1, 2, 6, 7, 8.

Cast:

Mum: Margaret Rawlinson

Shirley: Samantha-Ellen Bound

Terry: Robert Wightwick

Karen: Abbi Berecz

Henry: Andrew McNess

Tom: Simon Alderman

Crew:

Producer: Dawn Hinrichsen

Stage Manager: Meika Clark

Assistant Stage Manager: Lauren Lelo

Lighting/Sound:

Zac Barraclough

Ben Barraclough

Set Design:

Rachael Holt

Set Construction:

Dawn Hinrichsen

Colin Burchall

Mathew Jodell

Tony Leatch

Rhiannon Dummett

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Rachael Holt

And members of ETC

Costumes: Christine Nilsson

FOH: Christine Nilsson

Photography: Eddy Doran

Publicity:

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Dawn Hinrichsen

The Anniversary Program

Play 130: Love and Other Calamities (3 one-act plays)

Bradshaw Street. 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16.

Crew:

Producer: Dawn Hinrichsen

Stage Managers:

Meika Clark

Lauren Lelo

Ailie Hogan

Lighting/Sound:

Zac Barraclough

Meika Clark

Lauren Lelo

Set:

Colin Burchall

Mathew Jodell

Tony Leatch

And members of ETC

FOH: Christine Nilsson

Photography: Eddy Doran

Love or Nearest Offer

by Hugh O’Brien

Directed by Karen Parrott

Cast:

Kristen Zekic

Bevan Uren

Michele Haywood

Kenji Shimada

The Wedding Story

by Julianne Homokay

Directed by Cat Cummns

Cast:

Tania Knight

Andrew McNess

Kenji Shimada

Do You Come Here Often?

by Samantha-Ellen Bound

Directed by Samantha-Ellen Bound & Rhiannon Dummett

Cast:

Marianne McLoughlin

Tania Knight

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Kristen Zekic

Teddy Neave

Love and Other Calamities Program

Play 129: Caravan

by Donald MacDonald

Directed by Dawn Hinrichsen

Bradshaw Street. March 15 – 24.

Cast:

Penny Robinson: Catherine Larcey

Parkes Robinson: Ryan “Eddie” Edmunds

Rodney Rice: Donal Taylor

Monica Rice: Susan Rundle

Pierce: Andrew McNess

Gwendolyn: Samantha-Ellen Bound

Crew:

Assistant Director: Cat Cummins

Stage Manager: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Set Supplied by Champion Caravans

Set Surround:

Tony Leatch

Mat Jodell

Christine Nilsson

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Dawn Hinrichsen

Make-up:

Shannon Walker

Tahlia Raniti

Riley Harrison

Lighting:

Zac Barraclough

Hung Phan

Sound:

Graham Crutchfield

Cat Cummins

FOH:

Christine Nilsson

Fiona O’Hoy

Photos: Eddy Doran

2011

Play 128: Beyond A Joke

Play 127: Blackrock

Play 126: Rope

by Patrick Hamilton

adapted by Bruce Cochrane & Lance Reenstierna

Directed by Karen Parrott

Cast:

Robert: Michael Fenemore-Cocks

Kenneth: Jaime Cerda

Sasha: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Mr Kentley: Andrew Gemmell

Branden: Brayden Germaine

Charles: Robert Wightwick

Debra Kentley: Leigh Tangee

Leila Arden: Madeline Claire French

Crew:

Stage Manager: Cat Dwyer

Set Decor:

Karen Parrott

Constance Bram

Lighting/Sound Operator: Susan Stearn

Lighting Design: John DeGabriele

Boston Backdrop: Catarina Sinclair

Costume Design: Karen Parrott

Assisted with Set Decor:

Theodore Black

Ian Matthews

FOH: Christine Nilsson

Photography: Dylan Lehane

Program: Tess Maurici Ryan

Play 125: The Norman Conquests: Living Together

2010

Play 124: The Norman Conquests: Table Manners

by Sir Alan Ayckbourn

Directed by Tess Maurici Ryan

Cast:

Norman: James Antones

Ruth: Jackie Fraser

Sarah: Pauline Snell

Reg: Craig Ryan

Tom: Xavier Ryan

Annie: Kathryn Moloney

Crew:

Assistant Director: Adrian Valenta

Stage Management:

Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Vivan Ghebrial

Christine Nilsson

Sound Design: Tess Maurici Ryan

Lighting/Sound Operator:

Tess Maurici Ryan

John DeGabriele

Lighting Design: Stephen Andrews

Set Design:

Tess Maurici Ryan

Adrian Valenta

Props/Costumes:

Tess Maurici Ryan

Photography: Eddy Doran

FOH: Eileen Bentley

Play 123: The Underpants

by Carl Sternheim

Adapted by Steve Martin

Directed by Dawn Hinrichsen and John Degabriele

Cast:

Theo Maske: Xavier Ryan

Louise Maske: Sally Kingsford

Gertrude Deuter: Emma Cox

Frank Versati: Dan Walls

Benjamin Cohen: Drew Mason

Klinglehoff: Donal Taylor

Stage Manager: Roslyn Shafik-Eid

Costumes:

Eileen Bentley

Christine Nilsson

Lighting/Sound: Tess Maurici-Ryan

Lighting Design: John Degabriele

Set Design: Dawn Hinrichsen

Set Construction: Mathew Jodell

Set Decoration: Tony Leatch

Painting:

Fleur Bain

Dawn Hinrichsen

Tony Leatch

Irene Ly

Estelle Ziagos

FOH: Eileen Bentley

Photography: Eddy Doran

Play 122: A Fly on the Wall (4 one-act Plays)

Bradshaw Street. June 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, 26.

Kids

by John Morgan

Selling Johnny Depp

by Alex Broun

Racquet

by Jason Silverii & Natasha Boyd

Mothers Have Nine Lives

by Joanna Norland

Play 121: Away

by Michael Gow

Directed by Susan Flint

Bradshaw Street. March 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27.

Tom / Rick: Michael McStay

Meg / Leonie: Samantha-Ellen Bound

Coral: Gabrielle Salter

Roy: Bevan Uren

Gwen: Michelle Tanner

Jim: Donal Taylor

Vic: Margaret Rawlinson

Harry: Michael Bentley

Crew:

Stage Manager: Rosalin Shafik-Eid

Set Design: Tony Leatch

Sound Design / Operation: John DeGabriele

Lighting Design: John DeGabriele & Josh Eilken

Lighting Operation: Josh Eilken

Costumes: Eileen Bentley

Poster Design: Teresa Maurici-Ryan

Program: Natasha Boyd

Ticket Secretary: Eileen Bentley

2009

Play 120: Wind in the Willows

by Kenneth Grahame

Adapted by Alan Bennett

Directed by Rachael Holt

Bradshaw Street. November 27, 28, 29. December 4, 5.

Play 119: Steaming

Directed by Susan Flint

Bradshaw Street. June 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19.

Play 118: Things Are Not What They Seem (4 one-act plays)

Directed by Natasha Boyd and Josie Parrelli

Bradshaw Street. June 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27.

10,000 Cigarettes

Two Women and a Chair

The Ketchup Bottle

What’s the Matter with Mary-Jane?

Play 117: Dinkum Assorted

by Linda Aronson

Directed by Christina Kyriakou

Bradshaw Street. March 26 – April 4.

Cast:

Big Beat: Karen Parrott

Grace: Margaret Rawlinson

Millie: Tass Maurici-Ryan

Joan: Sarah Crock

Margie: Vivian Ghebrial

Glad: Celeste Barry

Ethel: Marlene Di Battista

Edie: Tessa Stogian

Connie: Barbara Skewes

Vi: Samantha-Ellen Bound

Rosie: Leigh Tangee

Florrie: Eileen Bentley

Pearl: Rachael Holt

Doris: Kristen Zekic

Little Beat: Saskia Johnson

Crew:

Musical Director: Christina Kyriakou

Stage Managers:

Xavier Ryan

Bevan Uren

Set Designer:

Tony Leatch

Christina Kyriakou

Set Construction Coordinator: Tony Leatch

Choreographer:

Christina Kyriakou

Margaret Rawlinson

Barbara Skewes

Dawn Hinrichsen

Lighting Designer: Michael Bentley

Lighting Operator: Michael Bentley

Piano Accompaniment:

Lynn Dahl

Kohn Kyriakou

Sound Designers:

Christine Kyriakou

John Degabriele

Sound Operator: John Degabriele

Costume Designer:

Eileen Bentley

Barbara Skewes

Phoenix Theatre

Properties Manager:

ETC Team

Phoenix Theatre

Poster Design: Christina Kyriakou

Program Designer: Natasha Boyd

Ticket Secretary: Eileen Bentley

Publicity:

Dawn Hinrichsen

Natasha Boyd

Photography: Eddy Doran

FOH: Josie Parrelli

2008

Play 116: Charley's Aunt

by Brendan Thomas

Directed by Drew Mason

Bradshaw Street. November 27, 28, 29. December 4, 5, 6.

Cast:

Jack Chesney: Steven Wooley

Brassett: Eddy Doran

Charles Wykeham: Simon Alderman

Lord Fancourt Babberley: Antony Steadman

Kitty Verdun: Samantha Bound

Amy Spettigue: Leigh Tangee

Sir Francis Chesney: Peter Hatherley

Sir Stephen Spettigue: John Lorensini

Ela Delahay: Marianne McLoughlin

Donna Lucia D’Alvadorez: Veronica Hanneberry

Crew:

Production Assistant: Josie Parelli

Costumes: Eileen Bentley

Stage Manager/Set Captain: Anthony Leatch

Set Construction:

Mathew Jodell

Daryl Adcock

Ian Cairncross

Tony Leatch

Lighting and Sound:

Michael Bentley

John DeGabrielle

Play 115: Last of the Red Hot Lovers

by Neil Simon

Directed by Susan Flint

Bradshaw Street. September 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20.

Cast:

Barney Cashman: Bevan Uren

Elaine Navazio: Natasha Boyd

Bobbi Michele: Erinn Byrne

Jeanette Fisher: Dawn Hinrichsen

Crew:

Stage Manager:

Annette Blanchard

David Grover

Lighting/Sound Design: John Degabriele

Lighting/Sound: Michael Bentley

Costumes: Eileen Bentley

Set Design/Construction: Mathew Jodell

Set Captain: Tony Leatch

Publicity:

Dawn Hinrichsen

Eileen Bentley

Photocopying: Rob Gurry

Set Construction:

Mathew Jodel

Tony Leatch

Ian Cairncross

Daris Pattle

Bevan Uren

David Grover

Annette Blanchard

Karen Parrott

Eileen Bentley

Michael Bentley

Dawn Hinrichsen

FOH: Louise Anthony

Photography: Eddy Doran

Play 114: Enchanted April

by Matthew Barber

from the novel by Elizabeth Von Arnim

Directed by Brett Turner

Bradshaw Street. June 26, 27, 28. July 3, 4, 5.

Cast:

Lotty Wilton: Christina Kyriakou

Rose Arnott: Sarah Crock

Caroling Bramble: Leigh Tangee

Mrs. Graves: Margaret Rawlinson

Constanza: Tess Ryan

Mellersh Wilton: Xavier Ryan

Frederick Arnott: Bevan Uren

Antony Wilding: Luke Francis

Play 113: This Way Up

2007

Play 112: Black Comedy

Play 111: 'Allo 'Allo

by Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft

Directed by Kris Weber

Bradshaw Street. July 19, 20, 26, 27, 28. August 2, 3, 4.

Cast:

Rene Artois: Robert Urban

Edith Artois: Katy Davies

Yvette Carte-Blanche: Christina Kyriakou

Roger Leclerc: Jim Wheeler

Michelle Dubois: Susan Flint

Mimi LaBonq: Freda Mitris

Colonel Kurt Von Strohm: Bob Caddy

Capt. Alberto Bertorelli: Drew Mason

Herr Otto Flick: Troy McGuinness

Private Helga Geerhardt: Michelle Tanner

Lieut. Hubert Gruber: Harley Woods

General Von Schmelling: Ian Cairncross

Agent Crabtree: Ian Cairncross

Ensemble Support:

Tony Leatch

Ivan Neville

Crew:

Stage Manager: Ivan Neville

Music & Original Score for Songs Coquette and Fifi: Peter Taurins

Choreography Fifi: Susan Flint

Set Design:

Ian Cairncross

Colin Burchall

Kris Weber

Sharon Monaghan

Ben Starick

Set Construction:

Ian Cairncross

Colin Burchall

Sharon Monaghan

Tony Leatch

Michael Bentley

etc Members

Sound Effects Sourced: Peter Taurins

Sound Operator: John Degabrielle

Lighting Design: Kris Weber

Lighting Operator: Michael Bentley

Costume Designers:

Ian Cairncross

Eileen Bentley

Poster Design: Ben Starick

Program Design: Ben Starick

Publicity:

Sharon Monaghan

Dawn Hinrichsen

Photography: Eddy Doran

Ticket Secretary: Eileen Bentley

FOH: Eileen Bentley

2006

Play 110: Aladdin

Adapted by Michael Bentley

Directed by Eileen Bentley

Bradshaw Street. November 24, 25. December 1, 2.

Cast:

Widow Twankey: Ian Cairncross

Mustapha Wash: Bruce Atkins

Genie of the Ring: Alasdair Cameron

Narrator/Bloggs/Sheik: Michael Bentley

Sultan/Wentworth: John Degabriele

Aladdin: Kelly Harrison

Red Riding Hood/Townsfolk 1/Desdemona-Lady in Waiting: Louise Buck

Princess Wimmera: Anna Bazzarelli

Wishee Washee: Rhiannon Dummett

Carpet Salesman: Kristie Jinks

Puss in Boots/Soldier 1: Nathan Konstantinidis

Lamp Seller/Soldier 2: Andrew Sasalu

Minstrel 1/Daphne – Lady in Waiting: Victoria O’Connor

Minstrel 2/Dymphna – Lady in Waiting: Madelaine Ezard

Minstrel 3/Dimity – Lady in Waiting: Stephanie O’Connor

Executioner: Kurt Dummett

Deirdre – Lady in Waiting: Amy Kettle

Dorothy – Lady in Waiting: Elizabeth Grech

Market Trader 1: Georgia Ezard

Market Trader 2: Hannah Kelly

Market Trader 3: Bonnie Allison

Courtier 1: Natasha Konstantinidis

Courtier 2: Katie Banks

Crew:

Stage Manager: Eddy Doran

Set Design: Ian Cairncross

Set Construction:

Ian Cairncross

Sharon Monaghan

Michael Bentley

John Degabriele

etc members

Lighting Operator: Sharon Osman

Sound Operator: John Degabriele

Curtain Monitors:

Amy Kettle

Elizabeth Grech

Wardrobe: Eileen Bentley

Poster Design: Ben Starick

Program Design: Ben Starick

Publicity: Sharon Monaghan

Photography: Eddy Doran

Ticket Secretary: Eileen Bentley

FOH: Sharon Monaghan

Play 109: Blithe Spirit (2)

Play 108: Nasty Neighbours

Play 107: Jake’s Women

2005

Play 106: The Castle

by Working Dog Productions

Directed by Kris Weber

Bradshaw Street. November 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26. December 1, 2, 3.

Cast:

Dale Kerrigan: Ben Starick

Darryl Kerrigan: Jim Thomson

Sal Kerrigan: Louise Anthony

Steve Kerrigan: Gerard O’Shaughnessy

Tracey Kerrigan: Carolyn Cusack

Con: Xavier Ryan

The Valuer: Rob Urban

Wayne Kerrigan: Craig Ryan

Farouk: Rob Urban

Council Rep: Adrian Valenta

Dennis Denuto: Peter Prenga

Magistrate: Craig Ryan

Lawrence Hamill: Ian Cairncross

The Heavy: Rob Urban

The Policeman: Adrian Valenta

Graham (for the Barlow Group): Xavier Ryan

Barlow’s QC: Rob Urban

Judge 1: Gerard O’Shaughnessy

Judge 2: Craig Ryan

Judge 3: Adrian Valenta

Crew:

Stage Manager: Diane Ryan

Set Construction & Set Decor:

Ian Cairncross

Colin Burchall

Sharon Monaghan

Jim Thomson

Michael Bentley

Eddy Doran

Lighting: Michael Bentley

Audio: Eddy Doran

FOH Photographs: Eddy Doran

Publicity: Sharon Monaghan

Poster & Program: Louise Anthony

Play 105: Curtain Call

Play 104: Hotel Sorrento

by Hannie Rayson

Directed by Brett Turner

Cast:

Marge Morrisey: Margaret Rawlinson

Dick Bennett: James Carlon

Hilary Moynihan: Kris Weber

Wal Moynihan: Peter Ryan

Troy Moynihan: Jake Kohler

Edwin Bates: Adrian Valenta

Meg Moynihan: Louise Anthony

Pippa Moynihan: Carolyn Cusack

Crew:

Stage Manager: Sharon Monaghan

Set Design: Brett Turner

Set Construction & Decor:

Ian Cairncross

Sharon Monaghan

Eddy Doran

Brett Turner

Sarah Williams

Ryan Williams

Lighting Design:

Steve Gretton

Rick Arnold

Lighting Operation:

Jon Michael

Ryan Williams

Audio: Eddy Doran

FOH Photography: Eddy Doran

Publicity: Sharon Monaghan

Art Work: Louise Anthony

Poster & Program: Louise Anthony

2004

Play 103: Secret Bridesmaids' Business

by Elizabeth Coleman

Directed by Sharon Monaghan

Bradshaw Street. November 25, 26, 27. December 2, 3, 4.

Play 102: London Suite

by Neil Simon

Directed by Kris Weber

Bradshaw Street. September 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11.

Play 101: Man Alive

by John Dighton

Directed by Neale Warrington

Cast:

Waldorf: Bryan Richardson

Belgravia: Louise Anthony

George Jngle: Jon Michael

Daphne Jamieson: Carolyn Cusack

Miss Yates: Sharon Monaghan

Oakshott: Margaret Rawlinson

Jubilee: Alicia Cassar

Mr. Wembley: Jan Cairncross

Cecil: Jonathan C. LaFontaine

Mr. Hathaway: Jim Thomson

Miss Butterworth: Sonia Harb

Miss Adshead: Michelle Tanner

Police Commissioner: Michael Bentley

Crew:

Stage Manager: Julie Conduit

Lighting: Sarah Williams

Sound: Ryan Williams

Sound Effects: Eddy Doran

Play 100: The Furtive Fortunes of Fickle Fate (2)

by Neville Thurgood

Directed by Dawn Hinrichsen

Cast:

Madame of Ceremonies: Annette Blanchard

Iowna Steinway, Pianist: Anne Sheppard

Kitty Hawk, on signs: Meaghan Edgar

Maude Lynne: Angelique Conway

Adam Lynne: Alasdair Cameron

Amber Lynne: Rhiannon Dummett

Sir Jasper Murgatroyd: Daryl Stevenson

Percy Proper: Leigh Roncon

Gertle Getham: Tess Maurici

Uriah Cheap: Catherine Ellis

Sweet Fanny Adams: Aylin Bagdadi

Polly Perkins: Alicia Casser

Nausia: Shifa Shevki

Mrs. Shipton/Mother Brown: Michelle Tanner

Captain Cursem: Eddy Doran

Dancers:

Keely Walsh

Nancy Coffey

Crew:

Choreography: Bexsa-Ashley Cairncross

Singing: Sarah Monaghan

Stage Managers:

Michael Bentley

Bill George

Lighting: Jon Michael

Sound Operator: Carolyn Cusack

Sound Compilation: Eddy Doran

Costumes: Eileen Bentley

Set Construction Supervisor: Ian Cairncross

Set Construction Crew:

Ian Cairncross

Sharon Monaghan

Catherine Ellis

Sarah Monaghan

Ryan Williams

Anna Ward

Rhiannon Dummett

Kurt Dummett

Michael Bentley

FOH:

Eileen Bentley

Julie George

Vicky Tucker

Louise Anthony

Kurt Dummett

Publicity: Sharon Monaghan

2003

Play 99: Pass the Butler

by Eric Idle

Directed by Sharon Monaghan

Bradshaw Street. November 27, 28, 29. December 4, 5, 6.

Cast:

Annabelle: Louise Anthony

Hugo: Jim Thomson

Nigel: Xavier Ryan

Lady Charles: Kris Weber

Butler: Ian Cairncross

Miss Kitty: Eileen Bentley

Harris: Frank O’Connor

Slater: Eddy Doran

Ronnie: David MacCrae

Crew:

Assistant Director: Sarah Monaghan

Stage Manager: Jon Michael

Lighting: Ryan Williams

Sound: Eddy Doran

Set Design & Construction:

Ian Cairncross

Ryan Williams

Play 98: The Girl Who Saw Everything

by Alma De Groen

Directed by Kris Weber

Bradshaw Street. September 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20.

Cast:

Saul East: Michael Collins

Gareth ‘Gaz’ Ransom: Robert Urban

Liz Ransom: Sue Broberg

Carol Edge: Dawn Hinrichsen

Edwina Rouse: Christina Kyriakou

Crew:

Stage Manager: Diane Ryan

Set Design: Ian Cairncross

Set Construction & Decor:

Ian Cairncross

Sharon Monaghan

Eddy Doran

Michael Bentley

Publicity: Sharon Monaghan

FOH:

Michael Bentley

Eileen Bentley

Lighting:

Jon Michael

Ryan Williams

Audio: Eddy Doran

FOH Photographs: Eddy Doran

Program Design: Caught@Work Productions

Internet Site: www.caughtatwork.net

Program Content: Kris Weber

Art Work: Louise Anthony

Play 97: Farndale - Haunted Castle

by David McGillivray & Walter Zerlin Jnr

Directed by Brett Turner

Bradshaw Street. June 26, 27, 28. July 3, 4, 5.

Cast:

Jasmine: Christina Kyriakou

Thelma: Louise Anthony

Mrs Reece: Margaret Rawlinson

Lottie: Lorraine Meinke

Producer: Troy Sterling

Felicity: Regina Miller

Crew:

Set Construction & Decor:

Ian Cairncross

Brett Turner

Michael Bentley

Sharon Monaghan

Ryan Williams

Publicity: Sharon Monaghan

Stage Manager: Julie Conduit

Assistant Stage Manager: Sarah Leahy

Lighting: Jon Michael

Sound: Eddy Doran

FOH: Michael Bentley

Ticket Secretary: Eileen Bentley

Play 96: Cosi

by Louis Nowra

Directed by Anne Chadwick

Bradshaw Street. April 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12.

Cast:

Lewis: Xavier Ryan

Lucy: Rebecca Cairncross

Nick: Sean Francis

Justine: Tess Maurici

Roy: Ian Cairncross

Henry: Jim Thomson

Doug: Mark Collard

Cherry: Louise Simpson

Julie: Katherine Lehtonen

Ruth: Rachael Holt

Zac: Greg Rochlin

Crew:

Stage Manager: Wendy Harvey

Lighting and Sound: Anne McLean

Set Construction: Ian Cairncross

Costumes:

Eileen Bentley

Ian Cairncross

FOH: Michael Bentley

2002

Play 95: Fantasmagorical (4)

by Jenny Lawther

Directed by Eileen Bentley

Bradshaw Street. December 6, 7, 13, 14.

Cast:

Lynda: Ruby-Anne Dummett

Grumps: Caemhan Miller

Mary Mary Quite Contrary: Rhiannon Dummett

Smile: Ailie Hogan

Lolly Land

Lollypop: Gemma Meeny

Toffee Guard 1: Alasdair Cameron

Toffee Guard 2: Ian Cairncross

Smartie 1: Lewis Meeny

Smartie 2: Kurt Dummett

Smartie 3: Damian George

Candy Barr: Sarah Monaghan

Number Land

Count Numero: Ian Cairncross

No. 7: Alan Barrett

No. 9: Anne McLean

No 5: Rachel George

Colour Land

Princess Rainbow: Dawn Hinrichsen

Eeny Elf: Anne McLean

Yellow: Alasdair Cameron

Red: Kurt Dummett

Black: Rebecca Cairncross

White: Gemma Meeny

Green: Damian George

Rainbow Sprite 1: Stephanie O’Connor

Rainbow Sprite 2: Victoria O’Connor

Rainbow Sprite 3: Rachel George

Rainbow Sprite 4: Madalaine Ezard

Centre of Magic Land

T H-E: Alasdair Cameron

Tippy Hippy: Alan Barrett

Heffalump: Sarah Monaghan

Elf 1: Lewis Meeny

Elf 2: Kurt Dummett

Elf 3: Damian George

The Sandman: Gemma Meeny

Nastly the Nightmare: Dawn Hinrichsen

Tooth Fairy: Ian Cairncross

Dentist: Rhiannon Dummett

Mechanical Mike: Alan Barrett

Goblins of Disbelief:

Damian George

Kurt Dummett

Lewis Meeny

Gremlins:

Madalaine Ezard

Rachel George

Stephanie O’Connor

Victoria O’Connor

Fairytale Land

Narrator: Frank O’Connor

Humpty Dumpty: Anne McLean

Jack Be Nimble: Kurt Dummett

Little Tommy Tucker: Damian George

Tom Tom the Piper’s Son: Lewis Meeny

Little Bo Peep: Madalaine Ezard

Little Miss Muffet: Gemma Meeny

Little Jack Horner: Victoria O’Connor

The Old Woman Who Lived in the Shoe: Rachel George

Mother Goose: Ian Cairncross

Simple Simon: Stephanie O’Connor

Crew:

Choreographer: Rebecca Cairncross

Musical Director: Sarah Monaghan

Stage Manager: Mick Meeny

Assistant Stage Managers:

Catherine Ellis

Sam Lanza

Costumes:

Eileen Bentley

Ian Cairncross

Dawn Dummett

Sarah Monaghan

Dressers:

Leeanne Meeny

Julie O’Connor

Lighting:

Jon Michael

Ryan Williams

Sound & Photography: Eddy Doran

Set Captain: Ian Cairncross

Set Construction:

Ian Cairncross

Sharon Monaghan

Sarah Monaghan

Eileen Bentley

Rebecca Cairncross

Mick Meeny

Catherine Ellis

Sam Lanza

Jon Michael

Ryan Williams

Dave from Sunbury

Eddy Doran

Michael Bentley

Anne McLean

Dawn Hinrichsen

FOH:

Sharon Monaghan

Julie George

Michael Bentley

Play 94: Eat Your Heart Out

by Nick Hall

Directed by Jon Michael

Cast:

Charlie: Scott Andrews

The Boy: Xavier Ryan

The Girl: Rowena Hanby

The Woman: Margaret Rawlinson

The Man: Peter Ryan

Crew:

Stage Manager: Catherine Ellis

Sound: Eddy Doran

Lighting Operation: Anne McLean

Lighting Design:

Michael Bentley

Jon Michael

Play 93: Family Planning

by Frank Vickery

Directed by Sharon Monaghan

Bradshaw Street. June 27, 28, 29. July 4, 5, 6.

Cast:

Tracey: Sarah Monaghan

Idris: Ian Cairncross

Maisie: Margaret Rawlinson

Gran: Eileen Bentley

Bobby: Xavier Ryan

Elsie: Ann Chadwick

Jeffery: Raymond Isaac

Crew:

Stage Manager: Dawn Hinrichsen

Lighting:

Anne McLean

Michael Bentley

Set Design: Ian Cairncross

Set Construction:

Ian Cairncross

Sharon Monaghan

etc members

Voice Coach: Paul Wiseman

FOH:

Michael Bentley

Eddy Doran

etc members

Play 92: Scenes From a Separation

by Andrew Bovell & Hannie Rayson

Directed by Kris Weber

Bradshaw Street. April 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20.

Cast:

Mathew: Peter Prenga

Nina: Dawn Hinrichsen

Darcy: Jon Michael

Siobhan: Carolyn Cusack

Lawrence: Ian Cairncross

Margaret: Sharon Monaghan

2001

Play 91: Farndale Christmas Carol

by David McGillivray & Walter Zerlin Jnr

Directed by Brett Turner

Cast:

Mrs Reece: Margaret Rawlinson

Gordon: Tim Maloney

Felicity: Regina Miller

Thelma: Louise Anthony

Mercedes: Kris Weber

Crew:

Stage Manager: Julie Ryan

Assistant Stage Managers:

Carolyn Cusack

Marissa Tropea

Lighting: Adam Smigeleski

Sound: Eddy Doran

Costumes: Eileen Bentley

Props: Michael Bentley

Set Design: Ian Cairncross

Scene Design: Michael Bentley

FOH:

Sharon Monaghan

Eileen Bentley

Play 90: Dead Man's Hand

by Seymour Marsh

Directed by Eileen Bentley

Bradshaw Street. September 14, 15, 20, 21, 22.

Cast:

Jennifer: Amanda Kortt

Brian: Michael Bentley

David: Peter Prenga

Corinne: Tess Maurici

Franco: Richard Stoyles

Pamela: Alix Massina

Crew:

Assistant Director: Jon Michael

Stage Manager: Anne McLean

Sound: Eddy Doran

Lighting: Adam Smigielski

Publicity:

Eileen Bentley

Sharon Monaghan

Set Design/Construction: Ian Cairncross

FOH:

Sharon Monaghan

Eileen Bentley

Play 89: Life Goes On

by Adrian Hodges

Directed by Ian Cairncross

Bradshaw Street. June 28, 29, 30. July 5, 6, 7.

Cast:

George: Alan Barrett

Michael: Lionel Drake

Joyce: Elizabeth Avery

Helen: Carolyn Cusack

Debbie: Natalie Falk

The Voice of Lucille: Louise Anthony

Crew:

Assistant Director/Stage Manager: Julie Ryan

Lighting: Adam Smigielski

(assisted by Jon Michael & Michael Bentley)

Assistant Stage Manager: Anne McLean

Rehearsal Assistant: Catherine Ellis

Sound: Eddy Doran

Set Construction: Cast and Crew

Play 88: It's My Party (and I'll Die If I Want To)

by Elizabeth Coleman

Directed by Sharon Monaghan

Bradshaw Street. March 29, 30, 31. April 5, 6, 7.

Cast:

Ron Patterson: Peter Ryan

Michael Patterson: Jon Michael

Debbie Patterson: Louise Anthony

Karen Patterson: Natalie Falk

Dawn Patterson: Eileen Bentley

Ted Wilkins: Xavier Ryan

Crew:

Stage Manager: Lionel Drake

Set Captain: Ian Cairncross

FOH: Michael Bentley

Lights & Sound: Adam Smigielski

2000

Play 87: Lust in the Dust

by Michael Bentley

Directed by Dawn Hinrichsen

Bradshaw Street. November 30. December 1, 2, 7, 8, 9.

Cast:

Henrietta Hockenhelmer: Eileen Bentley

Madame Lassloux: Ian Cairncross

Eustace McGraw (pianist): Jonathon Harvey

Sheriff Slim Slade: Eddy Doran

Calamity Jane: Sarah Monaghan

Judge Omar Gaffney: Michael Bentley

Showgirl Gold: Jenny Elliot

Showgirl Blue: Meaghan Edgar

Temperance Tessle: Louise Anthony

Betty Blush: Lesley McKenzie

Lily Langhorn: Skye Gamblin

Jon Michael: Rusty Springfield

Black Colt Calhoun: Lionel Drake

Pedro Romero: Catherine Ellis

Constance Clalbourne: Sharon Monaghan

Crew:

Stage Manager: Faye Stock

Lighting: Adam Smigielski

Costumes:

Eileen Bentley

Lesley McKenzie

Set Construction: Cast and Crew

(Under supervision of Ian Cairncross and Lionel Drake)

Play 86: This Way Out

Play 85: Steel Magnolias

by Robert Harling

Directed by Kris Weber

Bradshaw Street. March 30, 31. April 1, 6, 7, 8.

Cast:

Truvy: Dawn Dummett

Annelle: Carolyn Cusack

Clairee: Elizabeth Avery

Shelby: Skye Gamblin

M’Lynn: Louise Anthony

Ouiser: Sharon Monaghan

Crew:

Set Design: Ian Cairncross

Stage Manager: Lionel Drake

Sound and Lighting:

Michael Bentley

Eddy Doran

Publicity: Bruce Atkins

Set Construction:

Ian Cairncross

Michael Bentley

Eileen Bentley

Lionel Drake

Sharon Monaghan

Sarah Monaghan

Leo Monaghan

Hairdressing consultant: Megan Fogarty

FOH: Eileen Bentley

1999

Play 84: Little Red Riding Hood

by Michael Bentley

Directed by Eileen Bentley

Bradshaw Street. November 26, 27, 28. December 3, 4.

Play 83: Hedda Gabler

by Henrik Ibsen

Directed by Ian Cairncross

Bradshaw Street. September 3, 4, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18.

Cast:

Miss Juliana Tesman: Lillian Lewis

Bertha: Laura Marucci

George Tesman: Michael Bentley

Hedda: Tamasin Tunny

Mrs Thea Elvsted: Caroline Cusack

Judge Brack: Robert Davidson

Eilert Loevborg: Lionel Drake

Crew:

Assistant Director: Sharon Monaghan

Stage Manager: Louise Anthony

Assistant Stage Manager: Maria Moreira

Sound & Lighting: Colin Weidner

Set Design: Ian Cairncross

Costumes: Eileen Bentley

Set Construction:

Ian Cairncross

Colin Weidner

Members of etc

Photography: Eddy Doran

FOH Sign: Michael Bentley

Garden Scene: Louise Anthony

Special thanks to Mark Young at Williamstown Theatre and JC Westend for the hire of costumes.

Play 82: Stepping Out

by Richard Harris

Directed by Bruce Atkins

Bradshaw Street. June 25, 26. July 2, 3, 9, 10.

Cast:

Mavis: Jacqui Jefferies

Glenda Fraser: Anne Sheppard

Maxine: Sarah Monaghan

Lynne: Siobhan Sheppard

Geoffrey: Daryl Stevenson

Sylvia: Kate Barnes

Rose: Samantha Rawlinson

Vera: Margaret Rawlinson

Andy: Dawn Dummett

Dorothy: Sophie McEwen

Lighting Technician: Colin Weidner

Sam: As Herself

Ecurb Snikta: As Himself

Crew:

Choreographer: Jacqui Jefferies

Producer: Graeme Wright

Stage Managers

Samantha McIntosh

Sharon Monaghan

Tsheena Berriman

Set Design: Ian Cairncross

Wardrobe:

Eileen Bentley

Jacqui Jefferies

Lighting: Colin Weidner

Set Construction:

Ian Cairncross

Colin Weidner

Bruce Atkins

Graeme Wright

Colin Burchall

Jacqui Jefferies

Sharon Monaghan

Sarah Monaghan

Louise Anthony

Publicity:

Bruce Atkins

Graeme Wright

FOH:

Graeme Wright

Bruce Atkins

Eileen Bentley

ETC Members

Banner: Michael Bentley

Play 81: Silly Cow

by Ben Elton

Directed by Sharon Monaghan

Bradshaw Street. April 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17.

Cast:

Peggy: Judi Appleby

Douglas Robinson: Robert Van Den Helm

Sidney Skinner: Ian Cairncross

Doris Wallis: Louise Anthony

Eduardo: Troy Saxby

Crew:

Assistant Director: Jacqui Jefferies

Stage Manager: Jacqui Jefferies

Stage Assistant: Sarah Monaghan

Set Design & Construction:

Ian Cairncross

Colin Weidner

Set Decor: Ian Cairncross

Lighting: Kieren Murphy

FOH Photography: Robert Van Den Helm

Prompt: Kate Hare

Publicity:

Graeme Wright

Bruce Atkins

FOH:

Bruce Atkins

Graeme Wright

Samantha McIntosh

Annie Oerisetti

Peter Lethlean

Sophie McEwen

Eileen Bentley

1998

Play 80: Humpty Dumpty

by Michael Bentley

Directed by Eileen Bentley

Bradshaw Street. November 27, 28. December 4, 5.

Cast:

Queen Esmeralda: Bruce Atkins

Prince Neville: Martin Malone

Princess Kylie: Seana Oorloff

Humpty Dumpty: Helen Wentworth

Duke Ralph: Peter Gardiner

King Waldo: Jacqui Jefferies

Princess Beverley: Sarah Monaghan

Roderick: Nathan Wentworth

Blenkinsop: Sophie McEwen

Witherspoon: Anne Sheppard

Count Kieran of Cork: Nathan Wentworth

Kings Horses and Men:

Rhiannon Dummett

Melissa Brown

Matthew Brown

Basket Seller: Helen Sultana

Citizens of Gluckenstein:

Anne Sheppard

Sophie McEwen

Vicki Kemp

Rhiannon Dummett

Melissa Brown

Matthew Brown

Ballet Dancers:

Rebecca Cairncross

Helen Sultana

Emma Nicolazzo

Megan Weidner

Black Fury:

Jacqui Jefferies

Sarah Monaghan

Portraits:

Sophie McEwen

Anne Sheppard

Eileen Bentley

Vicki Kemp

Crew:

Assistant Director: Vicki Kemp

Stage Manager: Eddy Doran

Assistant Stage Manager: Samantha McIntosh

Lighting:

Colin Weidner

Jon Michael

Choreographer: Jacqui Jefferies

Wardrobe:

Eileen Bentley

Dawn Dummett

Musical Director: Kate Hare

FOH: Dawn Dummett

Set Construction:

Colin Weidner

Eddy Doran

Props: Michael Bentley

Play 79: And Then There Were None

by Agatha Christie

Directed by Eddy Doran

Bradshaw Street. September 11, 12, 17, 18, 19.

Cast:

Rogers: Peter Gardiner

Mrs. Rogers: Rosi Izzo

Narracot: Eddy Doran

Vera Claythorne: Carolyn Edwards

Phillip Lombard: Bryan Hogan

Anthony Marston: Guy Flynn

William Blore: Ian Cairncross

General MacKenzie: Bernie Butler

Emily Brent: Deborah Fabbro

Sir Lawrence Wargrave: Robert Davidson

Crew:

Stage Manager: Eileen Bentley

Lighting: Colin Weidner

Set Construction: Ian Cairncross

Costumes: Eileen Bentley

Ticket Secretary: Eddy Doran

FOH:

Kate Hare

Kieran Murphy

Play 78: Happy Families

by Helen O’Connor & Simon Hopkinson

Directed by Daryl Stevenson & Louise Anthony

Bradshaw Street. June 25, 26, 27. July 2, 3, 4.

Cast:

Barbara: Louise Anthony

Maisie: Sharon Monaghan

Natalie: Jacqui Jefferies

Brian: Robert Van Den Helm

Rick: Stephen Galea

Frank: Martin Malone

The Voice of Geoffrey: Daryl Stevenson

Crew:

Producer/Stage Manager: Colin Weidner

Lighting/Sound: Kieran Murphy

Assistant Stage Manager: Kate Hare

Set Design & Construction:

Kieran Murphy

Colin Weidner

Louise Anthony

Play 77: Lock Up Your Daughters

1997

Play 76: The Misadventures of Madeleine (3)

by Jenny Lawther

Directed by Eddy Doran

Bradshaw Street. November 28, 29. December 4, 5, 6.

Cast:

Young Madeleine: Megan Weidner

George: Ashley Weidner

Narrator: Alina Hoyne

Madeleine: Natalie Falk

Ted Trimble: Bruce Atkins

Mrs Goodfoot: Maureen McCarthy

Mrs Tyrill/JP/Quorg: Mary Langdon

Mr Tyrill/Curtis Crumb: Kieran Murphy

Mrs Slobbert/Orderly/Redleg: Samantha McIntosh

Mr Slobbert/Sultan/Citizen Crappe: Terry Brown

Prince Randolph: Jason Weidner

Frederick Flash: Eddy Doran

Crew:

Stage Manager: Faye Hinrichsen

Lighting: Colin Weidner

Costumes/Publicity: Eileen Bentley

FOH: Maureen McCarthy

Ticket Secretary: Eddy Doran

Musical Director: Kate Hare

Play 75: Lipstick Dreams

by Helen O’Connor and Simon Hopkinson

Directed by Adelle Menzie

Bradshaw Street. September 12, 13, 18, 19, 20.

Cast:

Jo: Sandra Mitchell

Jenny: Tammy Ayres

Jess: Louise Simpson

Jan: Irene Mooney

Crew:

Stage Manager: Peter Prenga

Assistant Stage Manager: Samantha McIntosh

Backstage Crew:

Jacqui Jefferies

Faye Hinrichsen

Lighting:

Colin Weider

Kieran Murphy

Musical Director: Peter Horan

Rehearsal Pianist-Accompanist: Kate Hare

“Karma” Band Members:

Ashley Weidner

David Marchetti

Kathryn Hassell

Set Building: Cast and Crew

Publicity: Eileen Bentley

FOH: Maureen McCarthy

Ticket Secretary & FOH Photos: Eddy Doran

Play 74: Who Killed Santa Clause?

by Terence Feely

Directed by Peter Ryan

Bradshaw Street. June 26, 27, 28. July 3, 4, 5.

Cast:

Barbara Love: Louise Anthony

Connie Bell: Rachael Holt

Jack Campbell-Barnes: Colin Weidner

Inspector Moore: Mark Karlovic

Don Lewis: Eddy Doran

Paul Reston: Stephen Galea

Ray Lacey: Xavier Ryan

Dave Ogden: Ashley Weidner

Crew:

Lighting/Sound: Kieran Murphy

Stage Manager: Betty Ryan

Ticket Secretary: Eddy Doran

Set Construction:

Brad Richardson

Kieran Murphy

Colin Weidner

Peter Ryan

FOH: Maureen McCarthy

Publicity: Eileen Bentley

Play 73: One For the Road

by Willy Russell

Directed by Anne Wise

Bradshaw Street. April 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19.

1996

Play 72: Happy as Larry

by Michael Bentley

November 28, 29, 30. December 5, 6, 7.

Cast:

Rosie Randall: Priscilla Hutchinson

Alma Randall: Maureen McCarthy

Eric Randall: Frank O’Connor

Larry “Tadpole” Teasdale: Michael Moroney

Maxie Morrison: Eddy Doran

Cromwell Crowley: Peter Horan

Goldie Totsmith: Kristen Fletcher

Belle Smith: Emily Walters

Comedy: Bronwyn Close

Tragedy: Eileen Bentley

Dancers:

Jacqui Jefferies

Melody Farrer

Wendy Stevens

Angelique Carroll

Crew:

Stage Manager: Faye Hinrichsen

Lighting: Kieran Murphy

Choreographer: Jacqui Jefferies

Set Building: Members of etc

Costumes: Eileen Bentley

Ticket Secretary: Eddy Doran

etc would like to thank:

Joy O’Connor

Wayne Kemp

Colin Weidner

Mr. Walters

Frank O’Connor

Revco

for all their help

Play 71: So Much to Tell You

by John Marsden

Directed by Sharon Monaghan

Bradshaw Street. August 29, 30, 31. September 5, 6, 7.

Play 70: Confusions

By Alan Ayckbourn

Directed by Andrew Williams

Bradshaw Street. June 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29.

Cast:

Mother Figure

Louise Anthony

Jane Wiggill

Jon Michael

Between Mouthfuls

Peter Prenga

Susanna Aivaliotis

Michael Moroney

Louise Anthony

Jon Michael

A Talk in the Park

Michael Moroney

Louise Anthony

Jon Michael

Jane Wiggill

Peter Prenga

Drinking Companion

Peter Prenga

Susanna Aivaliotis

Jane Wiggill

Michael Moroney

Gosforths Fete

Michael Moroney

Louise Anthony

Jon Michael

Jane Wiggill

Peter Prenga

Crew:

Assistant Director: Susanna Aivaliotis

Production Co-ordinator: Colin Weidner

Stage Manager: Jacqui Jefferies

Props/Stage Crew: Sarah Monaghan

Lighting: Colin Weidner

FOH: ETC Members

Ticket Secretary: Eddy Doran

Construction/Technical: ETC Members

ETC would like to pay a special thanks to Wayne Kemp for his valuable assistance in the installation of our new lighting system and contribution to the production of Confusions.

Many thanks to the Laurel Hotel, 289 Mt Alexander Rd, Ascot Vale for donating the dinner prize.

Play 69: Six Characters in Search of an Author

by Luigi Pirandello

Directed by Alan Barrett

Bradshaw Street. March 22, 23, 24, 29, 30.

Cast:

The Father: Mark Karlovic

The Mother: Jacqui Jefferies

The Stepdaughter: Susi Aivaliotis

The Son: Michael Moroney

The Little Boy: David Marquis

The Little Girl: Reesa Campbell

Madame Pace: Vicki Newman

The Producer: Peter Ryan

The Leading Lady: Tracy Varas

The Leading Man: Jon Michael

The Second Female Lead: Dannnae Synot

The Ingenue: Sarah Monaghan

The Juvelile Lead: Chris Lockhart-Campbell

Other Actors and Actresses: Tamara Kirkwright

The Stage Manager: Anne Wise

The Prompter: Norman Forssman

The Property Man: Alan Barrett

The Foreman of the Stage Crew: Brad Richardson

The Producer’s Secretary: Norman Forssman

Crew:

Assistant Director: Anne Wise

Lighting: Colin Weidner

Stage Crew:

Alan Barrett

Anne Wise

Brad Richardson

Ticket Secretary: Eddy Doran

1995

Play 68: The 1936 Academy Awards (2)

Play 67: Concept Theatre Workshops (4 one-act plays)

Play 66: Run For Your Wife

by Ray Cooney

Directed by Michael Bentley

Bradshaw Street. July 21, 22, 23, 28, 29.

Cast:

Mary: Claudia Bosch

Barbara: Vicki Newman

Sgt. Troughton: Michael Moroney

John: Steven Unsworth

Stanley: Andrew Williams

Reporter: Peter Horan

Sgt. Porterhouse: Bruce Atkins

Bobby: Troy Schwartz

Crew:

Stage Manager: Eddy Doran

Lighting & Sound:

Colin Weidner

Jacqui Jefferies

Assistant Director: Eileen Bentley

Set Dressing & Costumes:

Eileen Bentley

Christine Bibby

Assistant Stage Manager: Ann Wise

Set Construction:

Colin Burchall

Wayne

Michael M.

Michael B.

Jacqui Jefferies

Anne

Sharon

Eileen Hinrichsen

Eddy Doran

Vicki

Play 65: Veronica's Room

by Ira Levin

Directed by Alan Barrett

Bradshaw street. March 31. April 1, 2, 7, 8.

Cast:

The Woman: Claudia Bosch

The Man: Allen Mudford

The Young Girl: Tamara Kirkright

The Young Man: Jamie Wilson

Cast:

Assistant Director: Norman Forssman

Stage Manager: Anne Wise

Lighting & Sound: Colin Weidner

Stage Design & Decoration: Ian Cairncross

Backstage: Christine Bibby

FOH:

Sharon Monaghan

Frank O’Connor

Photography: Eddy Doran

1994

Play 64: Banjo the Bunyip (2)

By David Hinrichsen

Directed by Eileen Hinrichsen

Bradshaw Street. November 26, 27. December 2, 3.

Cast:

Banjo: Jon Michael

Faye: Renee Pope-Munro

Dinki Di: **Actor has asked name to be removed**

Billy the Bushranger: Gary Cliff

Stooge: Anne Wise

Hoo Roo: Terry Brown

Tasmanian Devil: Dawn Dummett

Stage Hand: Jay Monaghan

Attendant: Michael Bentley

Shadow 1: Sarah Monaghan

Shadow 2: Tania Ferighetto

Shadow 3: Ashley Weidner

Tassie Devil 2: Tania Ferighetto

Tassie Devil 3: Samantha Brown

Pebble: Laura Wood

Tree 1: Megan Weidner

Tree 2: Amy Peel

Rock: Tania Ferighetto

Dancers:

Jacqui Jefferies

Christina Pasqua

Cathy Chindamo

Melissah Tichy

Brett Hibberd

Father Christmas: Colin Weidner

Crew:

Stage Manager: Eddy Doran

Lights: Colin Weidner

Sound: Vicky Newman

Choreographer: Jacqui Jefferies

FOH:

Sharon Monaghan

Frank O’Connor

Set Construction: Members of e.t.c.

Ticket Secretary: Eddy Doran

The Director would like to thank the following people for their help in putting on “Banjo the Bunyip”

Michael Bentley

Sharon Monaghan

Colin Weidner

Jacqui Jefferies

Eddy Doran

Sarah Monaghan

Toni Brown

Play 63: The Last of the Knucklemen

by John Powers

Directed by Brad Weston

Bradshaw Street. September 2, 3, 4, 9, 10.

Cast:

Mad Dog: Scott Gooding

Horse: Brad Wade

Pansy: Nigel Leslie

Tassie: Marcus Chisholm

Tom: Paul Robinson

Monk: Stephen Galea

Methuselah: Tony Costa

Tarzan: Victor Cowling

Carl: Brad Weston

Crew:

Stage Manager: Sharon Monaghan

Assistant Director: Kerin Britton

Set Construction:

Brad Richardson

Kerin Britton

Colin Weidner

Brad Wade

Tony Costa

Stephen Galea

Lighting and Sound:

Colin Weidner

Anne Wise

Ticket Secretary: Shirley Britton

FOH: Peter Horan

Play 62: Harvey (2)

by Mary Chase

Directed by Eileen Bentley

Bradshaw Street. June 17, 18, 19, 24, 25.

Cast:

Myrtle Mae Simmons: Vicki Newman

Veta Louise Simmons: Sharon Monaghan

Elwood P. Dowd: Michael Bentley

Maid: Amber Merlo

Mrs. Chauvenet: Eileen Bentley

Nurse Kelly: Adelle Menzie

Dr. Sanderson: Peter Prenga

Wilson: Steven Unsworth

Judge Gaffney: Frank O’Connor

Betty Chumley: Fran Burchall

Dr. Chumley: Gary Cliff

Cab Driver: Eddy Doran

“Harvey”: as himself

Crew:

Stage Manager: Anne Wise

Assistant Stage Manager: Kerin Britton

Backstage:

Sally Bracka

Amber Merlo

Lighting & Sound: Colin Weidner

Set Construction: Members and Friends of etc.

FOH: Peter Horan

Ticket Secretary: Shirley Britton

Play 61: The Country Wife

by William Wycherley

Directed by Janet Dimelow

Bradshaw Street. March 18, 19, 20, 25, 26.

Cast:

Horner: Bernard Jekic

Margery: Sam Henry

Harcourt: Koo Lehtonen

Alithea: Yvette Cottier

Dorilant: Grant Stewart

Quack: Gary Cliff

Sparkish: George Benca

Pinchwife: David Weate

Lady Fidget: Trudy McLauchlan

Dainty Fidget: Adelle Menzie

Mrs. Squeamish: Anne Wise

Sir Jasper Fidget: Michael Bentley

Lucy: Bea Crimi

Servant: David Solinas

Old Lady: Eileen Hinrichsen

Crew:

Stage Manager: Kerin Britton

Set Construction:

Craig Haire

etc members

Lighting and Sound: Colin Weidner

Ticket Secretary: Shirley Britton

Producer/Publicity: Bernard Jekic

Costumes: Eileen Bentley

FOH:

Frank O’Connor

Sharon Monaghan

Prompt: Norman Forssman

1993

Play 60: Who Will Save Santa?

by Eddy Doran

Bradshaw Street. November 27, 28. December 3, 4.

Play 59: An Inspector Calls

by J.B. Priestley

Directed by Dennis Hine St Clair

Bradshaw Street. August 27, 28, 29. September 3, 4.

Play 58: Blithe Spirit (1)

by Noël Coward

Directed by Sharon Monaghan

Bradshaw Street. June 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27.

Cast:

Charles Condomine: Bernard Jekic

Ruth Condomine: Jodie Wilkinson

Edith: Sally Brakha

Mrs. Bradman: Elizabeth Franks

Dr. Bradman: Michael Bentley

Madame Arcati: Eileen Bentley

Elvira: Kerin Britton

Crew:

Stage Manager: Colin Burchall

Lighting and Sound:

Colin Weidner

Jay Monaghan

Ticket Secretary: Shirley Britton

Production Manager: Frank O’Connor

Costumes:

Eileen Bentley

Carla Oakley

Props and Set Dresser: Fran Burchall

FOH: Frank O’Connor

Play 57: The Removalists (2)

by David Williamson

Directed by Brad Weston

Bradshaw Street. March 26, 27, 28. April 2, 3.

Cast:

Sergeant Dan Simmonds: Bernhard Jekic

Constable Neville Ross: Brendan O’Reilly

Kate Mason: Jodie Wilkinson

Fiona Carter: Kerin Britton

Kenny Carter: Craig Harmer

Rob, The Removalist: Brian O’Callaghan

Crew:

Stage Manager: Faye Hinrichsen

Set Construction: The Cast

Lighting: Brad Weston

Ticket Secretary: Shirley Britton

1992

Play 56: Fantasmagorical (3)

by Jenny Lawther

Directed by Kerin Britton

Bradshaw Street. November 27, 28. December 5, 6.

Cast:

Lynda: Shalea Lehmann

Grumps: Jon Michael

Mary: Irene Tsimiklis

Smile: Kasey Falzon

Lolly Land

Lollipop: Lorie Kean

Toffee Guard 1: Jacob Coughlan

Toffee Guard 2: Ashley Evans

Smartie 1: Sarah Monaghan

Smartie 2: Kristy Barratt

Candy Barr: Alexandra Squarci

Number Land

Count Numero: Margaret Rawlinson

No. 7: Carol Suarez

No. 9: Emma Mangan

No 5: Matthew Hardwick

Colour Land

Princess Rainbow: Patricia Collins

Eeny Elf: Kristy Barratt

Yellow: Emma Mangan

Red: Lorie Keam

Orange: Jacob Coughlan

Blue: Sarah Monaghan

Green: Trevor O’Connor

Rainbow Sprites:

Kylie Ferighetto

Wendy Stevens

Alexandra Squarci

Jacqui Jefferies

Black: Matthew Hardwick

White: Ashley Evans

Centreland

T. HE.: Margaret Rawlinson

Tippy Hippy: Michael Bentley

Heffalump: Alexandra Squarci

Elf 1: Sarah Monaghan

Elf 2: Emma Mangan

Sandman: Patricia Collins

Nastly Nightmare: Lorie Keam

Snake: Alexandra Squarci

Bat: Jacqui Jefferies

Cobweb: Wendy Stevens

Spider: Kylie Ferighetto

Tooth Fairy: Carol Suarez

Dentist: Matthew Hardwick

Mechanical Mike: Troy Schwartz

Goblin of Disbelief 1: Ashley Evans

Goblin of Disbelief 2: Jacob Coughlan

Goblin of Disbelief 3: Trevor O’Connor

Nursery Rhyme Land

Narrator: Troy Schwartz

Humpty Dumpty: Carol Suarez

Jack-Be-Nimble: Trevor O’Connor

Tom Tom the Piper’s Son: Jacob Coughlan

Miss Muffet: Emma Mangan

Jack Horner: Ashley Evans

Tommy Tucker: Matthew Hardwick

Mother Hubbard: Patricia Collins

The Old Woman Who Lived in the Shoe: Alexandra Squarci

Mary Lamb: Kristy Barratt

Bo Peep: Sarah Monaghan

Mother Goose: Margaret Rawlinson

Simple Simon: Lorie Keam

Crew:

Producer: Faye Hinrichsen

Stage Manager: Eddy Doran

Pianist: Melanie Bond

Costumes: Eileen Hinrichsen

Choreographer: Alexandra Squarci

Props Manager: Troy Schwartz

Stage Crew:

Andrew Shir

Michael Bentley

Faye Hinrichsen

Lighting: Colin Weidner

Ticket Secretary: Shirley Britton

Publicity: Eileen Hinrichsen

FOH:

Marilyn Newby

Ingrid Ohleiter

Jenny Barratt

Sharon Monaghan

Peter Horan

Norman Forssman

Mary Falzon

Leigh Lehmann

Debbie Kennedy

Melinda Blackwood-Brown

Christine O’Leary

Play 55: Arms and the Man

by George Bernard Shaw

Directed by Michael Bentley

Bradshaw Street. September 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27.

Cast:

Raina: Lauren Elise

Catherine: Eileen Hinrichsen

Bluntschli: Anthony Kelly

Louka: Kelly Roberts

Nicola: Eddy Doran

Major Petkoff: Frank O’Connor

Sergius Saranoff: Franc Maurici

Crew:

Stage Manager: Sharon Monaghan

Lighting: Colin Weidner

Set Building:

Michael Bentley

Sharon Monaghan

Kerin Britton

Members of etc

Costumes:

Michael Bentley

Eileen Hinrichsen

FOH:

Ingrid Ohleiter

Marilyn Newby

Kerin Britton

Peter Horan

Norman Forssman

Play 54: Spaceship Oz

by Eddy Doran

Directed by Eddy Doran

Bradshaw Street. July 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26.

Cast:

Dinkum Digger: Gary Cliff

Leah White: Sue Macfarlane

Edna (Sheila): Betty Miselowski

Bill Green: James Secomb

Joey Banks: Jon Michael

Fred Butcher: Eddy Doran

Norma Green: Tania Sharpe

Fritz Von MacIntosh: Brad Weston

Charisma: Bernadette Geurin

Queen Sadar: Kelly Roberts

Gwendoline: Faye Hinrichsen

Taswegians:

Georgia Hoetzel

Faith Mitchell

Voices: Various Cast Members

Crew:

Stage Manager: Faye Hinrichsen

Lighting: Brett Jarvis

Sound: Brad Munro

Set Construction:

Eddy Doran

Alan Barrett

Frank O’Connor

Members of etc

Costumes:

Sue MacFarlane

Eileen Hinrichsen

Photography: Eddy Doran

Play 53: Wait Until Dark

by Frederick Knott

Directed by Sue Jones

Bradshaw Street. April 24, 25, 26. May 1, 2, 3.

Cast:

Mike Talman: Strate Trajkovski

Sgt Carlino: Brad Weston

Harry Roat Jnr: Michael Bentley

Suzie Hendrix: Sue MacFarlane

Sam Hendrix: Anthony Kelly

Gloria: Bernadette Guerin

Policeman 1: Brad Munro

Policeman 2: Elvis Endoski

Crew:

Producer: Eileen Hinrichsen

Prompt: Claire Cheng

Lighting and Sound: Kerin Britton

Stage Managers:

Faye Hinrichsen

Brad Munroe

FOH: Ingrid Ohleiter

Set Construction:

Alan Barrett

Kerin Britton

Les Gellatly

Kerrie Jowlett

“Bazza” Ragg

Members of etc

Publicity: Niki Selimis

Photographer: Eddy Doran

1991

Play 52: Not Now Darling

by Ray Cooney & John Chapman

Directed by Bette Sartore

Bradshaw Street. December 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15.

Cast:

Arnold Crouch: Peter Horan

Gilbert Bodley: Frank O’Connor

Miss Tipdale: Heather Stuart

Janie McMichael: Adelle Richards

Maude Bodley: Sharon Monaghan

Sue Lawson: Sian Pryce

Harry McMichael: Tony Menzie

Mrs. Frencham: Melinda Blackwood-Brown

Commander Frencham: Bernard Jonson

Miss Whittington: Megan Williams

Harry Lawson: Anthony Kelly

Crew:

Assistant Director: Gail McGregor

Stage Manager: Eileen Hinrichsen

Assistant Stage Manager:

Gail McGregor

Frank Sartore

Megan Williams

Lighting: Michael Bentley

FOH: Christine O’Leary

Set Construction Team:

Frank O’Connor

Frank Sartore

The Monaghan Family

Heather Stuart

Gail McGregor

Michael Bentley

Eileen Hinrichsen

Play 51: Dimboola (4)

by Jack Hibberd

Directed by Eddy Doran

Bradshaw Street. September 14, 21.

Cast:

Morris McAdam: Brad Munro

Maureen McAdam: Vicki Newman

Darcy Delaney (Darkie): Eddy Doran

April Delaney: Trudy McLauchlan

Angus McAdam (Knocka): Terry Brown

Florence McAdam: Eileen Hinrichsen

Fr. Patrick O’Shea: Ben Hall

Daryl Dunn (Dangles): Jason Murray

Shirl: Kerin Britton

Astrid McAdam: Faye Hinrichsen

Horace McAdam: Michael Bentley

Mavis McAdam: Karen Cook

Agatha McAdam: Sue Jones

Leonardo Radish: Kevin Woods

Mutton: James Scott

Bayonet: Michael Reed

Band:

Leonie Driftwood and The Pile Drivers

“Leonie” – Keyboard: Rebecca Hart

Guitar: Sue Greig

Drums: Yvette Brown

Play 50: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

by Edward Albee

Directed by Norman Forssman

Bradshaw Street. July 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21.

Cast:

Martha: Catherine Evans

George: Eddy Doran

Nick: Ian Salt

Honey: Kaja Smidt

Crew:

Stage Manager: Kerin Britton

Prompt: Che Jepson

Lighting & Sound:

Christine O’Leary

Eileen Hinrichsen

Ticket Secretary: Shirley Britton

Publicity: Vicki Newman

Set Construction:

Che Jepson

Kerin Britton

Eileen Hinrichsen

Eddy Doran

Play 49: A Night of Domestic Bliss (2 Short Plays)

Bradshaw Street. Pre-July.

Crew:

Set Construction:

Che Jepson

Frank O’Connor

Neil O’Connor

Kerin Britton

Michael Bentley

Sharon Monaghan

Jay Monaghan

Sarah Monaghan

Eileen Hinrichsen

Eddy Doran

Stage Manager: Che Jepson

Lighting: Kerin Britton

FOH: Christine O’Leary

The Essendon Theatre Company would like to thank the following people for their assistance:

Essendon Community Arts Theatre

Williamstown Little Theatre

The Essendon City Band.

After Magritte

by Tom Stoppard

Directed by Frank O’Connor

Cast:

Reginald Harris: Michael Bentley

Thelma Harris: Eileen Hinrichsen

Mother: Sue Jones

Inspector Foot: Frank O’Connor

Constable Holmes: Eddy Doran

Johnny and Wilma (2)

From “Lovers and Other Strangers”

Directed by Eileen Hinrichsen

Cast:

Johnny: Michael Bentley

Wilma: Sharon Monaghan

1990

Play 48: Bunfight at the ET Corral

Play 47: The Importance of Being Earnest

by Oscar Wilde

Directed by Ian Cairncross

Bradshaw Street. July 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 20, 21.

1989

Play 46: The Misadventures of Madeleine (2)

by Jenny Lawther

Directed by Alan Barrett

Cast:

Narrator: Eddy Doran

Mrs. Tyrill: Sandra Beling

Mr. Tyrill: Bill Parker

Mrs. Goodfoot: Eileen Hinrichsen

Young Madelaine: Faye Hinrichsen

Mrs Slobbert: Mary Dignam

Mr. Slobbert: Michael Bentley

George (The Hero): Che Jepson

Madelaine (The Heroine): Kerin Britton

Prince Randolph: Troy Schwartz

Fredrick Flash (The Villain): Mark Heady

Sultan: Terry Brown

Ted Trimble: Bruce Atkins

Stage Manager: Mary Dignam

Justice of the Peace: Terry Brown

Orderly: Bill Parker

Quorg: Faye Hinrichsen

Curtis Crumb: Michael Bentley

Citizen Crappe: Michael Bentley

Redleg: Jenny Parsons

The Goodfoot Girls:

Jenny Parsons

Mary Dignam

Ingrid Ferreti

Monica Ohleiter

Singers:

Sandra Beling

Bruce Atkins

Terry Brown

Eileen Hinrichsen

Michael Bentley

Faye Hinrichsen

Crew:

Musical Director: Graeme Wright

Choreographer: Dawn Dummett

Costumes: Eileen Hinrichsen

Stage Manager: Deidre Marczynski

Lighting: Andrew Marczynski

Publicity: Vicki Newman

Set Construction:

Alan Barrett

Che Jepson

Kerin Britton

Eddy Doran

Bruce Atkins

Play 45: Junk Shop

by Eddy Doran

Directed by Eddy Doran

Bradshaw Street. September 29, 30. October 1, 6, 7, 8.

Play 44: The Boyfriend

by Sandy Wilson

Directed by Bruce Atkins

Cast:

Hortense: Margherite Barrett

Maisie: Kerin Britton

Dulcie: Sue Robertson

Fay: Vicki Newman

Nancy: Kim Magee

Polly Browne: Natalie White

Marcel: Che Jepson

Pierre: Phillip Barker

Alphonse: Stuart Scoon

Madame Dubonnet: Eileen Hinrichsen

Bobby Van Husen: Bruce Atkins

Percival Browne: Michael Bentley

Tony: John M. Byrnes

Lord Brockhurst: Alan Barrett

Lady Brockhurst: Janice Wright

Martre D’ Cafe: Eddy Doran

Pepe: Ecurb Snikta

Lolita: Carol Clifton

Chorus:

Rebecca Cashmore

Elizabeth De Bono

Sarah Keating

Kim Magee

Christie Wilson

Kate Chambers

Shelagh Kenneally

Sarah De Bono

Candice McGrath

Crew:

Musical Director: Graeme Wright

Guitar: Adam Smigielski

Drums: Elvira Andreoli

Piano: Graeme Wright

Set Captain: Alan Barrett

Set Assistants:

Mark Joiner

Che Jepson

Stuart Scoon

Eddy Doran

Kerin Britton

Kim Magee

Bruce Atkins

Graeme Wright

Lighting: Mark Joiner

Wardrobe: Kim Magee

Assistant Stage Manager:

Genia Sawczyn

Jenny Hall

Publicity: Jenny O’Connell

Program:

Graeme Wright

Dawn Dummett

Poster: Graeme Wright

FOH:

Christine O’Leary

Carmen Cassar

Orlena Charleston

Pam McGrath

Play 43: Summer of the Seventeenth Doll

by Ray Lawler

Directed by Sue Jones

Cast:

Bubba Ryan: Natalie White

Pearl Cunningham: Angela Agricola

Olive Leach: Kerry Rizzoli

Barney Ibbot: Dean Briggs

Emma Leach: Marguerite Barrett

Roo Webber: Damien Pree

Johnnie Down: Che Jepson

Crew:

Assistant Director: Kerin Britton

Stage Manager: Eddy Doran

Lighting: Alan Barrett

Sound: Mark Joiner

Wardrobe/Props:

Eileen Hinrichsen

Robina Mus

Publicity:

Eileen Hinrichsen

Vicki Newman

1988

Play 42: The 1938 Academy Awards (1)

1987

Play 41: Barefoot in the Park

by Neil Simon

Directed by Bruce Atkins

Bradshaw Street. July 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12.

Play 40: Miranda

by Peter Blackmore

Directed by Bruce Atkins

Bradshaw Street. April 23, 24, 25, 26, 30. May 2, 3.

Cast:

Betty: Sharon Monaghan

Isobel: Robynne Engelsma

Lady Marten (Clare): Barbara Wyatt

Sir Paul Marten: Peter Bell

Charles: Warwick Begg

Miranda: Jennifer Scuffins

Nurse Carey: Fran Burchall

Nigel: Neville Chiavaroli

Dante & Beatrice: Neptune & Poseidon

Crew:

Assistant Director: Sharon Monaghan

Stage Manager: Eddy Doran

Assistant Stage Manager: Joe Villani

Prompt: Jenny Graham

Lighting: Mark White

Sound: Frank Bares

Set Construction:

Bruce Atkins

Mark White

Frank Bares

Ann Molonoy

Play 39: Murder on Centre Stage

by Jerry L. Twedt

Directed by Sue Jones

Cast:

Helen Blestar: Eileen Hinrichsen

Alice: Shani Camiller

Terry: Donna Baxter

Mike: Philip Gelhaar

Sharon: Anthona Banner

David: Mark Slattery

Grace Shotwell: Donna De Palma

Jessica: Kerin Britton

Mr. Stanley: John Shacklock

Crew:

Assistant Director: Eddy Doran

Stage Manager: Bill Mickleson

Lighting and Sound: Woody Adams

Set Construction: Company

Production Assistant: Cathryn Laverick

FOH: Sharon Monaghan

Photography: David Hinrichsen

Poster: Lorna O’Prey

Technical Advisor: Adam Smigielski

1986

Play 38: Minnie, Maggie and May

by Heather Nix

“MAGGIE”

Cast:

Maggie: Addie Black

Joe: Terry Brown

Ellen: Kerin Britton

“MINNIE”

Minnie: Eileen Hinrichsen

Usher: Mark White

Young Girl: Jodie Chamberlain

Young Boy: James Scott

John: Eddy Doran

P.T. Frank O’Connor

Nurse: Georgina O’Connor

Ralph: George Dolan

Wife: Margurite Barrett

Paul: John Lewis

“MAY”

May: Mary Rose Casey

EXTRAS:

Margaret Nicholson

Linsey Cameron

Dianne Harrop

Bill Parker

Murray Britton

Crew:

Stage Managers:

James Scott

Terry Brown

Jodie Chamberlain

Make Up: Dianne Harrop

FOH: Eileen Hinrichsen

Set Construction:

Mark White

Adam Smigielski

Continuity:

Kerin Britton

Georgina O’Connor

Ticket Secretary: Melinda Brown

Sound: Ray Brown

Lighting: Alan Barrett

1985

Play 37: Arsenic and Old Lace

by Joseph Kesselring

Directed by Eileen Hinrichsen

Bradshaw Street. December 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14.

Cast:

Abby Brewster: Addie Black

The Rec. Dr. Herper: George Dolan

Teddy Brewster: Eddy Doran

Officer Brophy: James Lee Scott

Officer Klein: Andrew Lyon

Martha Brewster: Marguerite Barrett

Elaine Harper: Mary Rose Casey

Mortimer Brewster: Frank O’Connor

Mr. Gibbs: Bill Parker

Jonathan Brewster: Peter Bachnik

Dr. Einstein: Angelo Bisognano

Officer O’Hara: Terry Brown

Lieutenant Rooney: Andrew Marczynski

Mr. Witherspoon: Murray Erskdale

Crew:

Producer: Sharon Monaghan

Prompt: Fran Burchall

Lighting and Sound:

Peter Scott

Ray Brown

Alan Barrett

Set Construction:

Colin Burchall

Adam Smigielski

Stage Manager: Sharon Monaghan

Make-Up: Dianne

FOH: Nat Schewtschenko

Play 36: Hang Your Clothes on Yonder Bush

by Barbara Stallmach

Directed by Terry Brown

In conjunction with Ave Maria College

Is That A Muffled Shriek?

by Clair Carmichael

Directed by Anthona Banner and Nicole McGregor

Bradshaw Street. August 17, 23, 24.

Crew:

Lighting: Alan Barrett

Sound: Sharon Monaghan

Prompt: Bill Parker

Set Construction:

Mark White

Adam Smigielski

Members of etc

FOH: Nat Schwenchenko

Hang Your Clothes On Yonder Bush

Cast:

Richard: James Scott

Kay: Kerin Britton

Boney: Robyn Sunderlan

Christine: Sharon Monaghan

Merryl: Julie O’Rourke

Chloe: Jane Duggan

Paul: Andrew Lyon

1st Reporter: Terry Brown

2nd Reporter: Faye Hinrichsen

Peters: Murray Britton

Is That A Muffled Shriek?

Cast:

Otis Wilson: James McWhinney

Lucinda: Susan Portelli

Erica Platt: Anthona Banner

Roderick Peterson: Warren Bateman

Mrs. Gentle: Elisa Schmidt

Tracy-Charmaine: Nichole McGregor

Olive: Clare Peterson

Edith: Helen Peterson

Myrtle: Shani Camiller

Thelma: Megan Waddell

Dilys: Andrea McEwan

Violet: Caroline Leonard

Grace: Suzie Banner

Play 35: Chapter Two

by Neil Simon

Directed by Helen Dallemolle

Bradshaw Street. June 20, 22, 28, 29.

Cast:

George Schnieder: Frank O’Connor

Leo Schnieder: Ian Gardiner

Jennie Malone: Chris Wilding

Faye Medwick: Fran Burchall

Crew:

Producer: Eileen Hinrichsen

Ticket Secretary: Adam Smigielski

Stage Manager: Adam Smigielski

Prompt: Theresa Stokes

Lighting: Alan Barrett

Sound: Sharon Monaghan

Set Construction: Colin Burchall

Play 34: The One Day of the Year

by Alan Seymour

Directed by Alan Barrett

March 22, 23, 29, 30.

Cast:

Alf Cook: Kevin Nicholson

Dot Cook: Robbynne Engelsma

Hughie Cook: James Wardlaw

Jan Castle: Ann Moss

Wacka Dawson: Graeme Cust

Crew:

Lighting: Shane Dummett

Sound: Sharon Monaghan

Wardrobe: Eileen Hinrichsen

Stage Manager: Marguerite Allan

Assistant Stage Manager:

Addie Black

Bill Parker

Prompt: Evelyn Schmit

Set Construction: Alan Barrett

FOH:

Nat Schwenchenko

Eileen Hinrichsen

1984

Play 33: Only an Orphan Girl (2)

by Henning Nelms

Directed by  Dawn Dummett

Bradshaw Street. November 16, 17, 23, 24.

Cast:

Narrator: Neil Foster

Mrs. Perkins: Elizabeth Hood

Nellie (the heroine): Moira Leavold

Lucy Appleby: Kerin Britton

Arthur Rutherford (the villain): Russel Duncan

Ethel Rutherford: Angela Martinkus

Swem Perkins: Terry Brown

Dick Perkins: Alan Barrett

Widow Appleby: Sharon Monaghan

Angel: Eileen Hinrichsen

Dancers:

Debbie Yates

Julie Creighton

Lisa Comerford

Jane O’Toole

Danielle Hood

Eleanor Smith

Singers:

Melinda Brown

Eileen Hinrichsen

Elvie Bishop

Neil Waters

Robyn Young

Helen Cera

Linsey Cameron

Warren Bateman

Crew:

Pianist: Elvie Bishop

Choreographer: Debbie McInnes

Musical Director: Melinda Brown

Producer: Eileen Hinrichsen

Stage Manager: David Hinrichsen

Assistant Stage Manager: Shane Dummett

Costumes:

Russel Duncan

Eileen Hinrichsen

Prompt: Andrew Lyon

Lighting: Rodney Dummett

Sound:

Melinda Brown

Ray Brown

FOH: Sharon Monaghan

Set Construction: David Hinrichsen

Play 32: Busybody

by Jack Popplewell

Directed by Louise Kett

Bradshaw Street. July 6, 7, 13, 14.

Cast:

Mrs Piper: Addie Black

Det. Const. Goddard: Ian Gardner

Det. Supt. Baxter: Frank O’Connor

Claire Marshall: Eileen Hinrichsen

Marian Selby: Elizabeth Jean Hood

Robert Westerby: Colin Sarantis

Vickie Reynolds: Melinda Brown

Richard Marshall: George Dolan

Crew:

Assistant Director: Melinda Brown

Producer: Sharon Monaghan

Stage Manager: Linsey Cameron

Lighting: Marguerite Allan

Audio: Adam Smigielski

Set Design: David Hinrichsen

Continuity:

Elizabeth Jennings

Barbara Begbie

Publicity: Robyn Young

Lighting Design: Alan Barrett

General coordinator: Barbara Begbie

Set Construction: Colin Burchall

FOH: Janet Mulholland

Secretary: Eileen Hinrichsen

Posters and Office Furniture: Colin Sarantis

Play 31: Fantasmagorical (2)

by Jenny Lawther

Directed by Eileen Hinrichsen

Cast:

Lynda: Robyn Young

Grumps: Terry Brown

Mary Mary Quite Contrary: Kerri Heard

Smile: Faye Hinrichsen

Lolly Land

Lollipop: Nicole MacGill

Toffee Guard 1: Sheridan Bramich

Toffee Guard 2: Natalie O’Dea

Smartie 1: Nicole Burns

Smartie 2: Faye Hinrichsen

Candy Barr: Natalka Schewtschenko

Number Land

Count Numero: Alan Barrett

No. 7: Addie Black

No. 9: Sharon Monaghan

No 5: Sheridan Bramich

Colour Land

Princess Rainbow: Annette Grover

Eeny Elf: Addie Black

Yellow: Sheridan Bramich

Red: Linsey Cameron

Orange: Nicole MacGill

Blue: Bill Parker

Green: Nicole Burns

Rainbow Sprites:

Dawn Dummett

Peppa Sindar

Loretta Dallemolle

Black: Alan Barrett

White: Marguerite Allan

Centreland

T. HE.: Sharon Monaghan

Tippy Hippy: Alan Barrett

Heffalump: Natalka Schewtschenko

Elf 1: Nicole MacGill

Elf 2: Sheridan Bramich

Sandman: Loretta Dallemolle

Nastly Nightmare: Annette Grover

Snake Gremlin: Peppa Sindar

Bat Gremlin: Kerin Britton

Cobweb Gremlin: Dawn Dummett

Spider Gremlin: Loretta Dallemolle

Tooth Fairy: Addie Black

Dentist: Linsey Cameron

Mechanical Mike: Bill Parker

Goblins of Disbelief:

Natalie O’Dea

Sheridan Bramich

Nicole MacGill

Nicole Burns

Nursery Rhyme Land

Narrator: Alan Barrett

Humpty Dumpty: Natalka Schewtschenko

Jack-Be-Nimble: Natalie O’Dea

Tom Tom the Piper’s Son: Nicole Burns

Miss Muffet: Linsey Cameron

Jack Horner: Sheridan Bramich

Tommy Tucker: Kerin Britton

Mother Hubbard: Sharon Monaghan

The Old Woman Who Lived in the Shoe: Addie Black

Mother Goose: Annette Grover

Simple Simon: Nicole MacGill

Crew:

Producer: Loretta Dallemolle

Stage Manager: Adam Smigielski

Assistant Stage Manager: Frank O’Connor

Pianist: Arthur McKay

Lighting: Andrew Marczynski

Choreographer: Dawn Dummett

Sound: Melinda Brown

Stage Design: Colin Burchall

Set Construction: Members of etc

Wardrobe: Eileen Hinrichsen

Publicity: Fran Burchall

Ticket Secretary: Adam Smigielski

FOH: Janet Mulholland

1983

Play 30: Reg Gorman - Comedy and Stuff

Bradshaw Street. October 15.

Play 29: A Resounding Tinkle (one-act play)

Play 28: Shut Your Eyes and Think of England

by J. Chapman and A Marriot

Directed by David Hinrichsen

Cast:

Sir Justin: Frank O’Connor

Stella Richards: Nat Schewtschenko

Arthur Pullen: Andrew Marczynski

Lady Holbrook: Sharon Monaghan

Sir Frederick: Alan Barrett

Sheik Marami: David Hinrichsen

Joyce Pullen: Louise Kett

Rubenstein: Bill Parker

Dr. Cornish: Peter Scott

Crew:

Stage Manager: Prue Knight

Continuity: Eileen Hinrichsen

Sound: Terry Brown

Lighting Plot: Andrew Marczynski

Producer: Peter Scott

Set Design: David Hinrichsen

Publicity: Margeurite Allan

FOH: Linsey Cameron

Ticket Officer: Adam Smigielski

etc Secretary: Eileen Hinrichsen

Set Construction: Members of etc

Our special thanks to Colin Burchall for painting the London backdrop.

Play 27: Butterflies are Free

by Leonard Gershe

Bradshaw Street. May 20, 21, 27, 28.

1982

Play 26: The Fun Bus Revue including The Bus Hijack Mystery

Directed by Harvey Mawson

Cast:

Loretta Delle Molle

Jenny Parsons

Michelle Tait

Margaret Hubita

Robyn Young

Ingrid Omleiter

Harvey Mawson

Melinda Blackwood

Ray Brown

Ian Robinson

Terry Brown

Eileen Hinrichsen

Frank O’Connor

Sue Westgarth

Renee Alford

Rainier Best

Adam Smigielski

Edward Smigielski

Martin Mulholland

Addie Black

Bill Parker

Jill Albiston

Marguerite Allan

Roger Stephen

Angelo Bisognano

Elizabeth Jean Hood

Crew:

Lighting: Peter Scott

Sound:

Ray Brown

Grant Weir

Wardrobe: Eileen Hinrichsen

Stage Manager: Angelo Bisignano

Publicity:

Annette Grover

Sue Pearson

Backstage:

Grant Smith

Robert Castaleen

Adam Smigielski

Martin Mulholland

Rainier Best

Choreography: Dawn Hinrichsen

FOH:

Angelo Bisignano

Neil Foster

Pam Foster

Thanks to:

Mrs Blanchard

Dawn Hinrichsen

David Hinrichsen

David Holmes

The Bus Hijack Mystery

by Nigel Hornick

Directed by Harvey Mawson

Bradshaw Street. November 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27.

Cast:

Nigel Horniman: Frank O’Connor

Mrs Withers: Sue Westgarth

Sophia Semprini: Renee Alford

Alonzo: Ed Smigielski

Inspector Cattle: Martin Mulholland

The Condructress: Eileen Hinrichsen

Crew:

Stage Manager: Terry Brown

Prompt: Ian Robinson

Set Construction: Graham Galloway

The Public Eye

(one-act play)

Directed by Andrew Marczynski

Bradshaw Street. September 10, 11.

Incinerator. September 11, 12.

Cast:

Julian: Ross Wilson

Charles: David Hinrichsen

Belinda: Angela Palmer

Crew:

Stage Manager: Terry Brown

Prompt: Ian Robinson

Entered at Wagga Wagga and Kyneton.

Play 25: Dimboola (3)

by Jack Hibberd

Directed by Ben Hall

“Kimset”, Sunbury. July.

Bradshaw Street. July 31, August 1.

Diggers Rest. August.

With:

Ross Wilson

Play 24: The Furtive Fortunes of Fickle Fate (1)

Directed by Eileen Hinrichsen

Bradshaw Street. June 24, 25, 26. July 1, 2, 3.

MC: Neil Foster

Father: Ben Hall

Maude: Dawn Hinrichsen

Amber: Lena Trajanowski

Sir Jasper: Martin Mulholland

Percy: Ian Robinson

Gertie Getham: Melinda Blackwood

Uriah: Adam Smigielski

Fanny: Lynne Myers

Mrs. Shipton: Annette Linacre

Nausia: Oriana Gambastioni

Captain Cursem: Ed Smigielski

Mother Brown: Addie Black

Crew:

Costumes: Ben Hall

Play 23: Lovers and Other Strangers

Including Johnnie & Wilma

Directed by Annette Grover

Bradshaw Street. March 25, 26, 27.

With:

Jerry: Neil Foster

Brenda: Renee Alford

Susan and Carla: Dawn Hinrichsen

Mike: Angelo Bisognano

Cathy: Majella Malone

Hal and Johnny: Frank O’Connor

Wilma: Eileen Hinrichsen

Dean: John Loschiavo

Bea: Liz Bluett

Frank: Andrew Marczynski

Joan: Marie Parfett

Richie: Mark Joiner

Crew:

Assistant Director: Sue Pearson

Stage Manager: Adam Smigielski

Props: Martin Mulholland

Lighting: Peter Scott

Sound: Paul Johnson

1981

Play 22: The 1981 Low-Key Awards ...And So On

by David Hinrichsen

Directed by Rainier Best

Bradshaw Street. November 26, 27, 28. December 3, 4, 5.

Cast:

Kevin Nicholson

Gail Mayes

Annette Grover

Renee Alford

Dawn Hinrichsen

Martin Mulholland

Ian Robinson

Majella Malone

Rainer Best

David Hinrichsen

Dale Carrol

Jenny Parsons

Maree Parfett

Eileen Hinrichsen

Ballet:

Dawn Hinrichsen

Jenny Parsons

Odette Arfaoui

Georgina O’Connor

Michelle Tait

Dawn Hinrichsen

Videotape Cast:

Renee Alford

Annette Grover

Majella Malone

Rainier Best

Martin Mulholland

Crew:

Production Design: David Hinrichsen

Choreographer: Dawn Hinrichsen

Lighting Director: Peter Scott

Audio Recordists:

Ian Robinson

Angelo Bisognano

Audio Operator: Angelo Bisognano

Props: Martin Mulholland

Stage Manager: Dale Carroll

Videotape Operator: David Hinrichsen

FOH: Renee Alford

Ticket Secretary: Neil Foster

Publicity:

Dawn Hinrichsen

Sue Pearson

Jenny Parsons

Videotape Crew:

Director: David Hinrichsen

Camera: Ian Robinson

Technical Director: Peter Scott

Grips:

Angelo Bisognano

Rainier Best

 

Play 21: 2 Short Plays

Bradshaw Street. August 13, 14, 15.

Stealing (2)

by Greg Burchall

Directed by Dawn Hinrichsen

Cast:

Dave Mulqueen: Angelo Bisognano

Barbara Dillon: Lynne Parfett

Aunt Jenny Nolan: Nat Schewtshenko

Thomas Mulqueen: Barry Tarrant

Helen Mulqueen: Annette Grover

Karen Mulqueen: Michelle Tait

Francis Gaiserman: Andrew Marczynski

Sgt Cougar: Martin Mulholland

Rub it ’til it Shines

by Andrew Marczynski

Directed by Ed Smigielski

David: Andrew Marczynski

Conrad: Neil Foster

Mother: Eileen Hinrichsen

Carol: Carolyn Anne Young

Dick: David Hinrichsen

Bill: Martin Mulholland

Crew:

FOH: Renee Alford

Prompt: Sue Pearson

Stage Manager: Ben Hall

Props: Majella Malone

Lighting: Peter Scott

Entered at Wagga Wagga, Kyneton & Hamilton.

Wagga Wagga: “Most Promising Actor” (Andrew Marczynski)

Kyneton: “Best Play”, “Best Australian Play”, “Best Actor” (Andrew Marczynski),

“Highly Commended” (Carolyn Anne Young, David Hinrichsen, Eileen Hinrichsen & Neil Foster)

Hamilton: “3rd Prize”

Play 20: Dimboola (2)

by Jack Hibberd

Directed by David Hinrichsen

“The Stables”, Clarkfield

“Kismet”, Sunbury. July 31, August 1.

Band:

Bruce Watson

Jim Gerdes

Leif Hinrichsen

Morrie: Ian Robinson

Dangles: Adam Smigielski

Horrie: Frank O’Connor

Mutton: Rainer Best

Florrie: Eileen Hinrichsen

Aggie: Clare Harris

With:

Barry Tarrant

Lynne Parfett

Natalka Schewtschenko

Martin Mulholland

Jenny Parsons

Play 19: The Removalists (1)

by David Williamson

Directed by Neil Foster

Bradshaw Street. March 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28.

Sgt Dan Simmonds: Ray Hare

Const. Neville Ross: Ken Madej

Fiona Carter: Carol Boucher

Kate Mason: Suzanne Currick

Kenny Carter: Alex Begg

The Removalist: Ed Smigielski

Stage Manager: Ranier Best

1980

Play 18: Banjo the Bunyip (1)

by David Hinrichsen

Directed by Eileen Hinrichsen

Bradshaw street. November 22, 23, 29, 30.

Banjo: Andrew Marczynski

Faye: Carolyn Anne Young

Dinki Di: Helen Alise

Tasmanian Devil: Sharon Veal

Billy the Bushranger: Angelo Bisognano

Stage Hand: Dawn Hinrichsen

Hoo Roo: Ian Robinson

Stooge: Dale Carroll

Attendant: Rainer Best

Dog’s Voice: Francis Phillips

Dancers:

Jenny Parsons

Loretta Dallemolle

Dawn Hinrichsen

Jacki Clarke

Rocks/Trees/Shadows/Devils:

Greg Parsons

Michael Hinrichsen

Rhys Hinrichsen

Faye Hinrichsen

Crew:

Musical Director: Graeme Wright

Stage Manager: Grant Smith

Assistant Stage Manager: David Wallish

Choreographer: Dawn Hinrichsen

Sound: Ian Robinson

Lighting: Peter Scott

Prompt: Greg Parsons

Set Construction: Members of etc

FOH: Dennis Wright

Ticket Secretary: Neil Foster

Play 17: Dimboola (1)

by Jack Hibberd

Directed by David Hinrichsen

Bradshaw Street. June 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21.

“Amberwood”, Warburton. July 5.

Penthouse Hotel, Coolaroo.

“The Stables”, Clarkefield. August 14, 15, 16.

Horrie: Neil Foster

Aggie: Sharon Veal

With:

Harvey Mawson

Adam Smigielski

Dennis Wright

Jenny Lawther

Play 16: The Shifting Heart

by Richard Beynon

Directed by Ian Robinson

Essendon Civic Theatre. March 28, 29.

Poppa Bianchi: Bernard Mullins

Leila Pratt: Lynne Turner

Gino Bianchi: Angelo Bisognano

Momma Bianchi: Jenny Lawther

Clarry Fowler: Dennis Wright

Maria Fowler: Pamela Barbara

Donny Pratt: Robert Stockdale

Det. Sg. Lukie: Adam Smigielski

Crew:

Stage Manager: David Hinrichsen

Properties: Rainer Best

Lighting:

Leif Hinrichsen

Ed Smigielski

Continuity: Dawn Hinrichsen

SetConstruction:

Gordon White

Colin Burchall

Ian Richter

Ray Camenzoli

FOH: Eileen Hinrichsen

Ticket Secretary: Neil Foster

Play 15: The Emperor's New Clothes

by Jenny Lawther

Directed by Jenny Lawther

Westfield Shopping Centre

Highpoint Shopping Centre

Queen’s Park (Children’s Week) October 26.

With:

Loris Park

Dennis Wright

Sharon Veal

Dawn Hinrichsen

Neil Foster

Bill Wood

Musical Director: Graeme Wright (piano) with Ranier Best (drums)

1979

Play 14: Pinocchio

by Jenny Lawther

Directed by Jenny Lawther & Angelo Bisognano

Essendon Civic Theatre. November 22, 23, 24, 25.

Cast:

Mastro Cherry: Graeme Wright

Geppetto: Luigi Villani

Pinocchio: Clare Harris

Jiminy Cricket: Loris Park

Blue Fairy: Sharon Veal

Twinkle: Faye Hinrichsen

Cat: Dawn Hinrichsen

Fox: Bill Wood

PUPPET THEATRE

Harlequin: Sally Cheney

Puncinella: Robyn Young

Puppet 1: Max Perry

Puppet 2: Helen McNab

Puppets:

Lynda Hinrichsen

Julie Young

Monica Mercieca

Max Foster

Michelle Seeddon

Director: Dale Carroll

FAIRIES HOUSE

Dr. Bugs: Ed Smigielski

Dr. Bunny: Ian Robinson

Busy Bees:

Max Foster

Paula Hinrichsen

Julia Hinrichsen

UGLY BUGS

Caterpillar: Robyn Young

Beetle: Ian Robinson

Glowworms:

Lynda Hinrichsen

Helen McNab

Julie Young

Dawn Hinrichsen

Slug: Monica Mercieca

Jitterbug: Sally Cheney

Praying Mantis: Ed Smigielski

LAND OF THE BUSY BEES

Busy People:

Monica Mercieca

Dawn Hinrichsen

Max Perry

Dale Carroll

Mrs. Chatterbox: Helen McNab

Mr. Quickly: Adam Smigielski

LAND OF FUN

Lampwicke: Michael Hinrichsen

Driver: Neil Foster

Donkey:

Dale Carroll

Max Perry

Children:

Rhys Hinrichsen

Faye Hinrichsen

Max Foster

Paula Hinrichsen

Julia Hinrichsen

Michelle Seddon

WHALE’S MOUTH

Tuna: Bill Wood

Crab: Lynne Turner

Rock Lobster: Adam Smigielski

Limpet 1: Sally Cheney

Limpet 2: Max Perry

Sardines:

Robyn Young

Lynda Hinrichsen

Julia Young

Mussels:

Michael Hinrichsen

Rhys Hinrichsen

Max Foster

Crew:

Musical Director: Graeme Wright

Drums: Rainier Best

Guitar: Adam Smigielski

Stage Manager: Angelo Bisognano

Assistant Stage Manager: Barry Tarrant

Set Design: David Hinrichsen

Costumes:

Loris Park

Eileen Hinrichsen

Props: Margaret Tarrant

Lighting:

Peter Scott

Leif Hinrichsen

Sound: Ian Robinson

Continuity and Curtain: Jenny Price

Mechanists:

David Hinrichsen

Peter Humphrey

Dennis Wright

Francis Phillips

Alan Perry

Publicity Coordination: Neil Foster

Set Construction: Members of ETC

FOH: Angelo Bisognano

Ticket Secretary: Neil Foster

Play 13: 2 Short Plays

Crew:

Continuity: Ian Robinson

Properties: Pamela Barbera

Stage Manager: Adam Smigielski

Technical Advisor: David Hinrichsen

Lighting: Peter Scott

Set Construction: Members of etc

FOH: Angelo Bisognano

Ticket Secretary: Neil Foster

Publicity: Eileen Hinrichsen

Ticket Secretary: Neil Foster

Program: Eileen Hinrichsen

Any Wednesday

Directed by Dawn Hinrichsen

Essendon Civic Theatre. August 30, 31. September 1.

Cast:

John Cleaves: David Hinrichsen

Ellen Gordon: Sharon Veal

Dorothy Cleaves: Lyn Turner

Cass Henderson: Neil Foster

Impromptu

Directed by Dennis Wright

Bradshaw Street. August 18.

Cast:

Earnest: Barry Tarrant

Tony: Angelo Bisognano

Lora: Loris Park

Winifred: Eileen Hinrichsen

Entered at Kyneton.

Play 12: The Misadventures of Madeleine (1)

by Jenny Lawther

Directed by Eileen Hinrichsen

Essendon Civic Theatre. June 7, 8, 9.

Stage Manager: David Hinrichsen

Musical Director: Graeme Wright

Costumes: Eileen Hinrichsen

Play 11: Norman is That You?

by Ron Clarke & Sam Bobrick

Directed by Dennis Wright

Essendon Civic Theatre. March 15, 16, 17.

Norman Chambers: Angelo Bisognano

Garson Hobart: Neil Foster

Ben Chambers: David Hinrichsen

Mary: Pamela Barbara

Beatrice Chambers: Jan Eldred

Announcer’s Voice: Dennis Wright

Assistant Director: Ed Smigielski

Stage Manager: Barry Tarrant

Props: Eileen Hinrichsen & Heather Hunt

Lighting: Ian Robinson & Peter Scott

Make-Up: Leanne White

1978

Play 10: Toad of Toad Hall

by A. A. Milne

Directed by David Hinrichsen

Essendon Civic Theatre. December 14, 15, 16, 17.

Cast:

Mr. Mole: Jenny Lawther

Water Rat: Les Cheney

Mr. Badger: Peter Kelly

Mr. Toad: Ray Finn

Alfred the Horse:

Shane Bourke

Ed Smigielski

Chief Ferret: Sharon Veal

Chief Weasel: Colin Stephenson

Chief Stoat: Robyn Young

Wild Wooders:

Dawn Hinrichsen

Clare Harris

Pam Barbara

Lynda Hinrichsen

Debbie Gingell

1st Fieldmouse: Lynda Hinrichsen

2nd Fieldmouse: Kelly Saggers

Fieldmice:

Rhys Hinrichsen

Faye Hinrichsen

Michael Hinrichsen

Gaoler: Debbie Gingell

Usher: Pauline Barbara

Judge: Howard Morris

Turkey: Kerry Dean

Duck: Pam Barbara

Phoebe: Zoe Glinatsis

Washerwoman: Sally Cheney

Mama Rabbit: Veronica Armstrong

Lucy Rabbit: Clare Harris

Harold Rabbit: Michael Hinrichsen

Bargewoman: Lynn Turner

Policeman: Angelo Bisognano

Crew:

Musical Director: Neil Foster

Choreographer: Dawn Hinrichsen

Stage Manager: Barry Tarrant

Set Design: Colin Burchall

Scenic Artist and Decor: Pauline Barbara

Costumes:

Loris Park

Eileen Hinrichsen

Properties: Margaret Tarrant

Lighting:

Ian Robinson

Dennis Wright

Sound: Angelo Bisognano

Production Assistant: Ed Smigielski

Make-Up: Leanne White

Continuity: Heather Hunt

Mechanists:

Colin Burchall

Tony Warner

Ed Smigielski

Adam Smigielski

Set Construction: Members of etc

FOH: Debra Gleeson

Publicity: Adam Smigielski

Ticket Secretary: Ian Bound

Play 9: 2 Short Plays

Essendon Civic Theatre. September 7, 8, 9.

Crew:

Stage Manager: Adam Smigielski

Set Construction: Members of etc

Lighting:

David Hinrichsen

Jenny Lawther

Sound:

Leif Hinrichsen

Ian Robinson

Continuity:

Ronnie Armstrong

Leanne White

FOH: Debra Gleeson

Ticket Secretary: Ian Bound

Publicity: Adam Smigielski

Stealing (1)

by Greg Burchall

Directed by David Hinrichsen

With:

Barbara Dillon: Liz Jordon

Dave Mulqueen: Shane Bourke

Aunt Jenny: Jenny Lawther

Sgt. Cougar: Barry Tarrant

Thomas Mulqueen: Dennis Wright

Helen Mulqueen: Eileen Hinrichsen

Karen Mulqueen: Loris Park

Francis Gaiserman: Ray Finn

Performed at Apex, October 23 with Angelo Bisognano replacing Shane Bourke.

Entered at Wagga Wagga and Kyneton.

At Kyneton it won “Best Play” and “Best Producer” (David Hinrichsen)

The Deserted House

(Youth Production)

Directed by Angelo Bisognano

With:

Delphine: Dawn Hinrichsen

Antoinette: Zoe Glinastis

Marie: Robyn Young

Jeanne: Monica Mercieca

Kathy: Lynda Hinrichsen

Pierre: Neil Foster

Henri: Adam Smigielski

Georges: Leif Hinrichsen

Keller: Ed Smigielski

Tieck: Ian Robinson

Weiner: Angelo Bisognano

Play 8: Harvey (1)

Directed by David Hinrichsen

Essendon Civic Theatre. July 6, 7, 8, 15.

Myrtle Mac: Debra Gleeson

Vita Louise: Liz Noble

Miss Johnson: Zoe Glinatsis

Mrs Chauvenet: Jenny Lawther

Ruth Kelly: Gail Mayes

Betty Chumley: Susie Horman

Elwood P. Dowd: Brian D’Arcy

Marvin Wilson: Peter Kelly

Lyman Sanderson: Shane Bourke

William Chumley: Ray Finn

Judge Gaffney: Frank O’Connor

E. J. Lofgren: Neil Foster

Stage Manager: Jenny Lawther

Crew included:

Dawn Hinrichsen

Clare Harris

Leif Hinrichsen

Colin Burchall

Barry Tarrant

Adam Smigielski

Ed Smigielski

Ian Robinson

Monica Mercieca

Annette Drury

Play 7: Fannie's Follies including Only an Orphan Girl (1)

Directed by Donald White

Mercy Teachers College. March 16, 17, 18.

MC: Dennis Wright

Singers:

Judy Weppner

Shirley Cattunar

Dancers:

Peter Harrington

Cheryl West

Jennifer Vincent

Elizabeth Jordan

Arthur Rutherford: Donald White

Dick Perkins: David Lindgren

Swem Perkins: Peter Kelly

Nellie: Gail Mayes

Fanny Rutherford: Judy Weppner

Mrs. Perkins: Shirley Cattunar

Widow Appleby: Eveline Park

Lucy: Alison Park

Musical Director: Liz Noble (piano) with Brian Ratten (drums)

Crew included:

Barry Tarrant

Ray Finn

M. Tarrant

G. Randell

Ian Robinson

1977

Play 6: Fantasmagorical (1)

by Jenny Lawther

Directed by Jenny Lawther

Essendon Civic Theatre. December 2, 3, 4, 10, 11.

Lynda: Gail Mayes

Grumps: Dennis Wright

Mary-Mary: Debra Gleeson

T.HE: Ian Bound

Mechanical Mike: Angelo Bisognano

Tippy Hippy: Peter Horan

Number 7: Judy Weppner

Candy Barr: Eileen Hinrichsen

Smile: Lynda Hinrichsen

Princess Rainbow: Rhonda Chung

Nastly Nightmare: Donald White

Humpty Dumpty: Loris Park

Crew included:

Musical Director: Liz Noble

Stage Manager: David Hinrichsen

Assistant Stage Manager: Adam Smigielski

Lighting: Leif Hinrichsen

Sound: Ian Robinson

Set: Colin Burchall

Mechanical Mike suit was made by Gino Villani for TV’s “The Box”

Play 5: Three into One (three one-act plays)

Essendon Civic Theatre. August 19, 20.

Mr Hunter

by Stuart Ready

Directed by David Hinrichsen

Cast:

Mary: Judy Weppner

Pamela: Jenny Lawther

Beryl: Loris Park

Ruth: Rhonda Chung

Doris: Gail Armstrong

Patty: Eileen Hinrichsen

Red Carnations

by Glenn Hughes

Directed by Dennis Wright

With:

Man: Dennis Wright

Girl: Loris Park

Boy: Shane Bourke

Who’s Out There?

by Jack Krentzlin

Directed by Jenny Lawther

With:

Kurt Engels: David Hinrichsen

Elaine: Jenny Lawther

Charley: Dennis Wright

Janie: Rhonda Chung

Sam Parrish: Peter Horan

Second Girl: Dawn Hinrichsen

Entered at Wagga Wagga and Kyneton.

At Wagga Wagga: “Highly commended” for Best Actor and Best Actress

(David Hinrichsen and Jenny Lawther)

Play 4: There's a Girl in My Soup

by Terence Frisby

Directed by Judy Weppner

Essendon Civic Theatre. June 23, 24, 25.

Cast:

Robert Danvers: James Clarke

Andrew Hunter: Ian Bound

Marion: Dianne Field

Porter: Peter Horan

Paola: Helen Zervopolous

Clare Dorlaton-Finch: Elizabeth Noble

Jimmy: Roger Chevalier

Crew:

Production Assistant: Elizabeth Noble

Stage Manager: Brian D’Arcy

Set Construction:

Colin Burchall

Brian D’Arcy

Lighting: David Lindgren

Sound: Bryan Ratten

Prompt: Jenny Lawther

Properties: Loris Park

FOH: Eileen Hinrichsen

Ticket Secretaries:

Mrs. P. Park

Glenys Wright

Publicity:

Judith Weppner

Elizabeth Noble

Brian D’Arcy

Set Dressing: Owen Edmunds

Play 3: Don's Party

by David Williamson

Directed by David Hinrichsen

Essendon Civic Theatre. March 4, 5, 11, 12.

Cast:

Don: Frank Donohue

Kath: Debbie Dunn

Simon: Donald White

Jody: Loris Park

Mal: Tim Moy

Jenny: Jan Sterling

Mack: Dennis Wright

Evan: Andre Milshon

Kerry: Jenny Lawther

Cooley: Brian D’Arcy

Susan: Rhonda Chung

T.V. Commentator: Brendan Eldred

Crew:

Stage Manager: Glenys Wright

Continuity: Wendy Austen

Graphics: Jenny Lawther

Lighting: Peter Horan

Sound: Julie Austen

Set Dressing: Tony Cambria

Props: Glenys Fearne

Set Design: Colin Burchall

FOH: Robyn Manuel

Ticket Secretary: Mrs. McDonald

Publicity:

Owen Edmunds

Alison Smith

1976

Play 2: Cinderella

by Rosemary Cheney

Directed by Rosemary Cheney

Essendon Civic Theatre. Dec 10, 11, 17, 18.

Cast:

Buttons: Tim Moy

Gladys & Eggbert: Rosemary Maris-Cheney

Cinderella: Sue Self

Ugly Sister (Gorg): Les Cheney

Ugly Sister (Zola): Dennis Wright

Baron Von Flint: Frank Donohue

Town Cryer: Owen Edmunds

Fairy Godmother: Gail Mayes

Witch: Jenny Lawther

Dandini: Loris Park

Prince Charming: Jennie White

Milk Maid: Eileen Hinrichsen

Strawberry Seller: Lynne Turner

Rose Seller: Julie Austen

Dancing Chorus:

Dawn Hinrichsen

Tony Cambria

Clare Harris

Sally Cheney

Julie Austen

Sandra Lomas

Jenny Parsons

Crew:

Musical Director: Elizabeth Noble

Choreographer: Julie Austen

Stage Manager: Gordon White

Technical Supervisor: Peter Horan

Lighting Operator: Mary McKay

Sound Operator: Owen Edmunds

Publicity Officer: Rosemary Maris-Cheney

Ticket Secretary: Mrs. MacDonald

FOH: David Hinrichsen

Continuity: Glenys Wright

Backstage Crew:

Colin Burchall

Mark White

Dan McDonald

Play 1: Three One-Act Plays

At play festivals as “The Jacobeans

Crew included:

Gordon White

M. Barnett

B. Barbour

Ticket Sec: Loris Park’s Mother

Fool’s Errand

The Mayor of Torontal

Cast included:

Eileen Hinrichsen

Ritual for Dolls

Ritual for Dolls was entered at Wagga Wagga and Kyneton.

At Kyneton: “First Prize”

Promoting theatrical activities within the community