The Odd Couple has hit the stage at the Holden Street Theatres in a local production of the 1965 Broadway classic.
On the back of last year’s highly successful production of The Vicar of Dibley, Noarlunga Theatre Company have elected to bring us the sequel, Vicar of Dibley – The Second Coming.
In St Judes Player's 70th year, the Ian Rigney directed I’ll Be Back Before Midnight is an enjoyable show that displays how a local suburban theatre company can entertain and thrive.
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.
Simon Williams' Laying The Ghost is almost regular Tea Tree Players' fare for its audiences, but not quite. It is NOT a farce but rather a gentle comedy.
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.