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

BOOKINGS: 9382 6284

STAGtheatre Playbill - 2016


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2015 2016 2017

Subscribers:

Subscribers pre-book tickets for two, three or four plays at the beginning of the season and receive a 25% discount. Subscriber rates:

Two plays $30.00 ($22.50 concession)
Three plays $45.00 ($33.75 concession)
Four plays $60.00 ($45.00 concession)

Contact STAG Ticket Secretary (9382 6284) about subscriptions.

STAG Ticket Secretary
PO Box 454
Essendon Vic. 3040

Normal admission rates per play:

2008 Season: Adult $17.00 ($13.00 concession/child)

2009 Season: Adult $20.00 ($15.00 concession/child)

Groups of ten adults and more (for the same performance) will also receive a discount of $2.00 per ticket.

Killing Jeremy Bridgette Burton
Directed by Kris Weber

Australian Script Centre

Season:
3-Mar-16 to 13-Mar-16

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:
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Synopsis:
Killing Jeremy is a 2006 Australian play by
Australian writer, actor, and director Bridgette
Burton. It focuses on Jeremy, who is in a coma, and his girlfriend, Madeline, who is waiting for him to wake up.
The play is, in turns, conversations, dreams, and
practicalities, as it stirs and sifts through the past to eventually reveal the truth behind the accident.
It is a story of guilt; of loss and love; of humour and warmth, as Madeline fights to hold on to what matters most.

Other Information:
Our 2016 entry in the Victorian Drama League Awards


Ticket Reservations

Come Blow Your Horn Neil Simon
Directed by Mark Stratford

by arrangement with OriginTM Theatrical, on behalf of Samuel French, Inc

Season:
26-May-16 to 5-Jun-16

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:
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Synopsis:
What happens when a confirmed bachelor – delighting in the halcyon days of wine, women, and
more than a little song – suddenly finds his younger brother on his doorstep? Will this cramp his style? Or will the tables be turned?
Join us for Broadway veteran Neil Simon’s first play, set in the swinging sixties and as fresh as the day it was written.
It is 1965 and Alan Baker loves the single life but, at 33, is it time to settle down? Ma and Pa Baker certainly think so – but is Alan ready for his father’s wax fruit business? Is anybody?
For those who loved our recent award-winning
Barefoot In The Park, here’s another chance to
enjoy the delightful comedy of Neil Simon in this
coming of (late) age tale!

Ticket Reservations

Close of Play Simon Gray
Directed by Mel DeBono

Hal Leonard Australia Pty. Ltd

Season:
18-Aug-16 to 28-Aug-16

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:
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Synopsis:
Sunday afternoon in an English country house.
A distinguished academic sits in his favourite
armchair, rendered catatonic by age, surrounded by
his surviving sons and relations.
As tea is served and the children play in the garden, his sons decide to candidly reveal their innermost thoughts and secrets. What follows is a stark examination of mortality, grief and despair.

Other Information:
STAG wishes to advise that our performances are not suitable for children under 5 years old.

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Daylight Saving Nick Enright
Directed by George Benca

HLA Management Pty. Ltd

Season:
10-Nov-16 to 20-Nov-16

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:
9382 6284 or Click to book!

Synopsis:
Felicity and Tom are a highly successful couple
whose demanding careers leave little time for their relationship. Tom flies to LA for an important business deal, forgetting their anniversary. Fast-forward 1 week and, as clocks change for daylight saving, Felicity is feeling lonely until she receives a surprise phone call from her first love. Will she be tempted by his charms?
Nick Enright’s Daylight Saving is an amusing, quirky satire, examining attitudes to love and fidelity, and will have you ‘rolling in the aisles’ with laughter.

Other Information:
Cast:
Flick: Rachel Clayton
Tom: Bruce Hardie
Josh: Drew Mason
Stephanie: Hayley Martin
Bunty: Lynne Elphinston-Gray
Jason: Ryan Stewart

Stage Manager: Freya Magee


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