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For the Love of Theatre

By: Olivia Jane Parker
  • Summary

  • The intention of this podcast is to celebrate our quality community theatre productions in Adelaide, their creatives and enable further connections between all the local theatre groups, their audiences and YOU, our listeners.

    Each episode will be catered to a particular play, theatre group or aspect of making community theatre, with relevant interviews.

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Episodes
  • Moonlight & Magnolias
    May 16 2024

    EPISODE NINE: Moonlight & Magnolias, Adelaide Repertory Theatre

    Featuring interviews with the Director, Harry Dewar, ALL Cast Members, Adam Schultz, Scott Battersby, Terry Crowe and Rebecca Gardiner, along with Costume Designer, Makala Modra and Properties Manager, Janet Jauncey.

    Moonlight and Magnolias

    Written by Ron Hutchinson

    Directed by Harry Dewar

    6-8 and 13-15 June 2024 at 7.30 pm

    9 June 2004 at 3.00 pm and 15 June 2024 at 2.00 pm


    Cast: Adam Schultz as "David O Selznick", Scott Battersby as “Victor Fleming", Terry Crowe as “Ben Hecht" and Rebecca Gardiner as “Miss Poppenguhl".

    In June at the Arts Theatre find out how the film “Gone with the Wind” was saved from being gone with the wind!

    Hollywood, February 1939: Acclaimed movie producer David O. Selznick has a problem: his massively hyped production of “Gone With The Wind” is bleeding big money, the script is unfilmable, he has fired the director and the production has been shut down. Disaster looms! He needs a new script and a new director now!

    With renowned screenwriter Ben Hecht (who hasn’t read the book) and celebrated director Victor Fleming (already up to his eyeballs in directing “The Wizard of Oz”), and a diet of bananas and peanuts, he locks the group in his office for five days to create a screenplay that will save the film. Filming the burning of Atlanta is easier than this!

    “It’s a blend of lively nonsense and a tribute to the golden years of Hollywood moving making, with over-sized egos and larger than life personalities,” explains director Harry Dewar. “Based loosely on the real difficulties that the film faced in 1939, it’s an insight into what might have happened to get one of the greatest movies ever made up onto the screen.”

    Frankly my dears, you must see this play!!

    The Arts Theatre

    53 Angas Street

    Adelaide SA 5000


    BOOKINGS

    Phone: 8212 5777

    or Online: adelaiderep.com

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    41 mins
  • Cowardy, Cowardy Custard
    May 5 2024

    Episode Eight - Cowardy, Cowardy Custard

    May 14 - June 1, The Arch at Holden Street Theatres

    Featuring an interview with the Director, Peter Goers, Assistant Director, Ariel Dzino and Cast Members, Martha Lott, Rebecca Kemp and Christopher Cordeaux, of 'Cowardy, Cowardy Custard', ('Red Peppers' and 'Hands Across The Sea') written by Noel Coward.

    SYNOPSIS

    Cowardy, Cowardy Custard

    Two very funny one-act plays by the great NOËL COWARD - Red Peppers and Hands Across The Sea

    Featuring MARTHA LOTT and GEOFF REVELL and a full cast Directed by PETER GOERS

    RED PEPPERS features two third-class music hall performers trying to do their best and HANDS ACROSS THE SEA is a comedy of extremely bad manners. These two hilarious short plays are originally from Coward’s celebrated cycle TONIGHT AT 8.30.

    Our show starts at 8:00pm though,… Oh and 2:30pm and 4:00pm …So, don’t get mixed up!

    An Amateur Production By Arrangement with ORIGINtm Theatrical, on behalf of the RIGHTS HOLDER.

    Caricature provided by the artist Clive Francis www.clivefranciscaricaturist.com


    The Arch at Holden Street Theatres

    Holden Street Theatres, 32-34 Holden Street, Hindmarsh, Kaurna Country

    Step-free mobility aid access through the main entrance with an accessible bathroom.


    Evenings:

    Tue, 14 May - Fri, 17 May @ 8:00pm

    Sat, 18 May 2:30pm & 8:00pm

    Tue, 21 May - Sat, 25 May @ 8:00pm

    Sun, 26 May @ 4:00pm

    Tue, 28 May - Fri, 31 May @ 8:00pm

    Sat, 1 Jun @ 2:30pm & 8:00pm


    Venue & Bar Open 1 hour before the show starts and stays open one hour after the show ends.

    Age Suitability: PG

    ACCESSIBILITY - High Audio Content

    Duration: 110 minutes

    BOOKINGS

    https://www.holdenstreettheatres.com/cowardy-cowardy-custard

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    24 mins
  • You're a Good Man Charlie Brown
    Apr 28 2024

    EPISODE SEVEN - You're a Good Man Charlie Brown

    Featuring Interviews with the Director, Production Manager/Assistant Director/Set Designer, Costume Designer, Vocal Coach & various Cast Members.

    SUMMARY

    The Murray Bridge Players and Singers Inc. are thrilled to announce their upcoming production of "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" at the Tailem Bend Town Hall in May. This timeless classic promises to captivate audiences with its charm, humour, and heart-warming message.

    Based on the beloved comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz, "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" follows the adventures of Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, and the rest of the Peanuts gang as they navigate the ups and downs of life. From Charlie Brown's quest for acceptance to Snoopy's imaginative escapades, this production brings Schulz's iconic characters to life in a way that will delight audiences of all ages.

    DATES

    Friday 10 May 2024 - Saturday 18 May 2024

    LOCATION

    Tailem Bend Town Hall

    51 Railway Terrace, Tailem Bend SA

    BOOKINGS

    https://mbplayersandsingers.com.au/

    Get In Touch

    The Murray Bridge Players and Singers Inc always welcome new members from as young as 8 to join in the fun and experience what it’s like to be on stage and off stage as we continually produce high quality theatre productions. Want to be involved – Get in Touch!

    Email: bridgeplayersandsingers@live.com.au

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    53 mins

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