The not so grieving widow, annoying sister in law, unctuous priest, insensitive son, long suffering girlfriend and dead husband. Who could ask for anything more really? It’s comedic heaven!
Ben Crocker’s Puss In Boots is a tale loved by all ages, and Director Robert Andrews has lead a fine cast of Tea Tree Players regulars and newcomers, all clearly enjoying the audience participation and mischief of a Pantomime
Ben Crocker’s The Sleeping Beauty is a well-known tale but this time it’s with a twist, full of fun songs and comedy for all ages to enjoy.
Ivan Menchell’s The Cemetery Club is a very realistic look into the lives of three widows, who visit their husband’s headstones and have formed the appropriately named club.
'Up Pompeii' is based on the popular BBC comedy television series and follows the household of Ludicrus Sextus as everyone tries to get a piece of carnal action.
Well known for their hilarious British farces, Tea Tree Players are about to present the South Australian premiere of the stage version of Up Pompeii. Written in the seventies by Carry On… stalwart Talbot Rothwell and Sid Colin, Up Pompeii was a BBC television comedy series starring the one and only Frankie Howerd, basically to cash in […]
For 38 years Tea Tree Players has produced an end-of-year pantomime filled with audience participation, fun and frivolity. This year’s production of 'Pinocchio' is no exception.
Key For Two', written by two expert farceurs, John Chapman and Dave Freeman, is a delightful farce that holds its own with the best of them.
Michael Frayn’s farcical look at farce is a play within a play, following the behind-the-scenes lives of a touring stage show from rehearsals to the bitter end!
This holiday pantomime is uproariously hilarious, stunningly colourful, flows smoothly, and boasts a great eighties theme to the selection of songs!
Two British television comedy writers suffer writer's block until a drunken night with their wives spark an idea... if only they could think of an ending.
Meet My Husbands is a play of misunderstandings and entanglements of Shakespearean proportion, albeit without the grandiose dialogue to match.