“The Wonderful Miss Ward” by Andrea Quinlan
Directed by Andrea Quinlan and Phil Dean
Monologue: If you visit the Carnie Hill Goldfields historic park you may meet dancer Arabella Ward. Is she an actor in the living history theatre or is she someone who has a much deeper link to the area's history?
“Portraits” by Stuart McKenzie and Miranda Harcourt
Directed by Susan Cameron
Drama: Portraits tells of the rape and murder of a teenage girl in a small community. The play casts light on the family on both sides of the crime. This is the next play in the Verbatim series.
“The Fraud” by Neil Troost
Directed by Libby Wilson
Comedy: An antique dealer keen to own the find of his career at all cost, or preferably no cost. An elderly woman abandoned by her family and eager for company. A statuette that’s been in her family for years.
“Deadly Closure” by Richard C Harris
Directed by Genna Kate Ryan and Garry Thomas
Thriller: On being accused of possession of a class A drug Tina is afraid that the news could exacerbate her father’s critical illness. So, when she is blackmailed she turns to a recent new friend for help. Together they hatch a scheme to get Tina off the hook and find closure. A closure that turns very deadly indeed.
MC: Braydon Priest
Songstress: Marcella Herrera
Production Managers: Braydon Priest and Garry Thomas
Sound/Lighting: Andy Simmonds
Stage Manager: Garry Thomas
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