‘Trapped’ Harbour Theatre’s new season of three short plays! (NOW CLOSED)

COMPETITION1Win one of 5 double passes

Best Actress Award winner Joanne Sterkenburg from Beaconsfield will be directing, Early Frost one of three plays to be presented during Harbour Theatre’s 2015 short play season. Set in the 1950’s Early Frost is a tender yet gripping story of two sisters, Hannah (Ann Speicher of Palmyra) and Louise (Charlotte Weber of Mt Pleasant), who share a frightening secret. Hannah’s niece Alice (Chloe Walker) comes to live with the sisters and stumbles upon a strange illusion which almost leads her to solve a 50 year old mystery.

No stranger to the stage at Harbour Theatre, Melville resident Grace Hitchin is making her directorial debut directing The Living Hell. Grace has selected an exceptionally talented cast to bring to life this drama which tells the story of seven women from very different backgrounds struggling to cope with the daily hardships and cruelties they faced during their incarceration in a POW camp in Malaysia during WW2. The very experienced Kerri-Anne Malley will be playing the role of Stevie together with Jennifer McGrath as Gwen supported by Sarah Hopkins (Ms Maiche), Natasha Smith (Pru), Riti Smith (Sally), Julie Mackay (Mrs Genn) and Laura Winter (Nurse Lloyd).

Flowers for Algernon is a character study of Charlie Gordon (Christien Reid – WASA nomination best actor in a Student film), a developmentally disabled man who has the opportunity to undergo a surgical procedure that will dramatically increase his mental capabilities. This procedure has already been performed on a laboratory mouse Algernon with remarkable results. This heart-warming study of human nature will be directed by the multi-award winning Sarah Christiner whose cast includes Willy Smeets, Nicole Miller of Palmyra, Paul Cook of North Perth and Daniel Elsegood.

These 3 plays will provide a varied and entertaining evening’s entertainment and will be selected to represent Harbour Theatre in Dramafest 2015, the State’s premier One Act Drama Festival.

TRAPPED! plays at Harbour Theatre on September 11th, 12th, 16th, 18th & 19th @ 7.30pm with matinees on Sunday September 13th, 19th & 20th @ 2.00pm

Bookings on 9255 3336 or http://www.taztix.com.au. Tickets $25.50 Full, $23.50 concession, $20.50 F/T Student or child over 15yo. (t/f’s apply). Find HARBOUR THEATRE @ Camelot, 16 Lochee Street, Mosman Park WA 6012.

Visit http://www.harbourtheatre.org.au for further information and details of upcoming productions.

This competition has now closed.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Competition closes 7.9.15 with winners announced in the 12.9.15 edition of your Herald. Winners notified and tickets will be posted out.

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