The Blackwood Players’ latest offering is a version of Neil Simon’s classic The Odd Couple which sees the lead characters transformed into Olive Madison and Florence Unger.
This famous and enduring piece of French Theatre has lasted a very long time, the mark of a piece of well-crafted theatre. It hit the stage running on 10 February 1673 at the Théâtre du Palais-Royal in Paris and has been leaving audiences out of breath ever since.
'Little Shop of Horrors' is a favourite of musical theatre fans around the world and it follows Seymour and his man-eating plant that gives him everything he could ever want, but at a terrible price.
'Nunsense' is a musical comedy concerning a small group of nuns whose convent is struck by food poisoning. In order to raise money they put on a variety show.
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.
Theatregoers and film lovers should both be well versed in the works of playwright, lyricist and actor, Noël Coward and, in particular, his signature comedy of manners humour.