The Prisoner of Second Avenue concerns a middle-aged couple who have an apartment in New York in the seventies when New York had the highest crime rate in the world, rising unemployment in addition to common city problems of noise and smells assaulting the senses.
Lettice Douffet, the over-the-top guide at Fustian House, provides embellished narratives to the bored tourists who visit. Her nemisis arrives as Charlotte (Lotte) Schoen , who the opposite of Lettice, plain, boring, tightly controlled and working for the Preservation Trust that runs the tours.
This production is good and has plenty of laughs and Williamson fans will love it. Galleon continues to provide great community theatre and is well supported for good reasons.
Michael Jacobs' comedy 'Cheaters' is about relationships and an examination of commitment and fidelity.
Galleon Theatre Company are all set to present Michael Jacobs' delightful rom-com (with a slight difference) Cheaters as their 2016 season's final production.
'Sex Cells' follows the office lives of four women who work in a sex toy call centre. The story follows their lives as they search for love, family and meaning.
British play 'Sex Cells' is soon to have its Australian Premiere, when Adelaide’s Galleon Theatre Group presents it at the Domain Theatre, Marion Cultural Centre.
What would you do if you showed up for a dinner party only to find the hostess missing and the host upstairs in his bedroom with a bullet hole in his ear.?
Author Jake has women troubles: they are on his mind; they are in his mind. He only has to think about them to have them materialise and speak the dialogue he gives them. But what happens if they start writing their own conversations?
In this Alan Ayckbourn comedy, failure is the name of the game for the the useless Chalke family and now, to top it off, one of them is going to be murdered...
Erik Strauts, director, has brought melodrama back in spectacular fashion with Love Rides The Rails, a hilarious and wildly entertaining play set in the fictionalised Adelaide Hills of the 1890s.
Accommodations , written by Nick Hall and directed by Warren McKenzie is a funny, witty comedy set in America at a time when women were really starting to assert their independence in life, work and marriage.