With Tea Tree Players' usual excellent set, complete with 80’s styling, this comedy by Marc Camoletti looks good.
Tea Tree Players have been bringing Panto to the area for many a successful year now and it shows in the excellence of the traditional pantomime they are presenting to end 2019.
Playwright Joe Landry's Vintage Hitchcock is a clever reworking of three classic 1930s Alfred Hitchcock British films (before Hollywood discovered him), The Lodger:A Story Of The London Fog (1929), Sabotage (1936) and The 39 Steps (1935).
Quick witted and ungainliness is the central hallmark of The Tea Tree Players new show Rookery Nook. A blisteringly quick script and a rapid succession of entries and exits gives the audience everything they would expect from a British farce.
Farce is one of the hardest of theatrical genres to do well. Ray Cooney is a master at writing perhaps the best of British farce; Barry Hill is expert at directing it; and Tea Tree Players tend to do it very well.
Tea Tree Player’s latest comic offering, 'Happy Event' follows Jane Harbottle and her ill-fated dinner party where she intends to tell her husband that she is pregnant.
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 […]
Frank Vickery's play about miscommunication is absolutely hilarious.
If you take a great Chapman & Cooney script and give it a good director who understands comedy, you will have an almost certain hit!
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.
An obese bookshop owner decides to diet in order to win the man of her dreams. This is a British comedy with a message and heart.
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!
All the required ingredients for a humorous horrible holiday are here, from quirky characters to dubious lodgings... or should that be the other way around?
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.
It’s that time of year again when annual pantomimes are staged and the Tea Tree Players' version of Cinderella is just the ticket to get you into the Christmas spirit.
Meet My Husbands is a play of misunderstandings and entanglements of Shakespearean proportion, albeit without the grandiose dialogue to match.