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Strathmore Community Hall
Loeman Street
Strathmore
[Melway map 16 H10]

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Friday 3 March performance is now sold out.


Next Production:

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Edward Albee
Directed by Natasha Boyd

An Amateur Production BY ARRANGEMENT WITH ORIGIN TM THEATRICAL, ON BEHALF OF SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD

Season:
2-Mar-17 to 12-Mar-17

Theatre:
Strathmore Community Hall
Loeman Street
Strathmore
Melway map 16 H10

Performances:
8:00pm / 2:00pm matinee

Prices:
Adult $20.00 ($15.00 concession/child)

Bookings:
0455 092 275 or Click to book!

Synopsis:
On a warm Saturday night in the early autumn of the 1962, Nick, an opportunistic university
professor and his wife are invited to an after party by the University President’s daughter Martha and her husband George, a senior professor. As the drinks flow and inhibitions are lowered, what is supposed to be a pleasant nightcap quickly turns into something unexpected. As they talk about their pasts, a casual slip of the tongue reveals something tragic that has defined and shaped the older couple’s lives. Edward Albee’s work has captivated audiences for over 50 years on stage and film, and STAG is most happy to present this iconic play which will be their VDL entry for 2017.

Other Information:
2017 VDL entry

cast:
George- Brian Edmond
Martha- Julie Arnold
Nick - Liam Gillespie
Honey-Stephanie Tantau

Friday 3 March performance is sold out.



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