Garrick Theatre Club

Three Tall Women
Three Tall Women
22 April 2022
From the playwright who gave us “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” comes his 1993 Pulitzer Prize Winning...

From the playwright who gave us “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” comes his 1993 Pulitzer Prize Winning play:

“THREE TALL WOMEN”
by Edward Albee
Directed by Siobhan Vincent

A sophisticated and provocative portrayal of a wealthy widow looking back on her life in an attempt to solve its numerous riddles, a journey that transports her to a landscape of reflection mixed with shame, pleasure, regret and satisfaction, where generations collide, and time vanishes. As the domineering old woman lies dying, she is tended by two other women and visited by a young man.

Edward Albee’s frank dialogue about everything from incontinence to infidelity portrays aging without sentimentality. His scenes are charged with wit, pain and laughter.

These ‘tall women’ lay bare the truths of our lives – how we live, how we love, what we settle for and how we die. 

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, New York Drama Critic’s Circle Award for Best Play, Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Play.

Featuring: Kerry Goode, Jenny Howard, Kailem Mollard and Victoria Abbott.

Show Warnings:   This show contains adult and sexual content.

Click below for more information and tickets.
(Bookings for this show are through www.TAZtix.com.au or phone TAZ Tix 9255 3336)

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90th Anniversary Dinner Dance
90th Anniversary Dinner Dance
02 April 2022
This year, 2022, marks Garrick Theatre’s 90th year. To celebrate this milestone, your committee is pleased...

This year, 2022, marks Garrick Theatre’s 90th year. To celebrate this milestone, your committee is pleased to invite you to a Dinner Dance, to be held on Saturday 28th May, 2022, at the Stirling Arms Hotel. In honour of the event, you are welcome to dress in your best 1930s attire (or as near as possible). Feel free to ‘dress to the nines’ for this very special occasion. Tickets are $30.00 for members and $40.00 for non-members. Book now, it is going to be a spectacular night.

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THE NEXT TAG SHOW.. (with adults welcome)
THE NEXT TAG SHOW.. (with adults welcome)
02 April 2022
YES, IT’S THE SEQUEL THAT OUTCLASSES ALL OTHER SEQUELS …. including The Godfather part 2!!! Dracula –...

YES, IT’S THE SEQUEL THAT OUTCLASSES ALL OTHER SEQUELS …. including The Godfather part 2!!!

Dracula – a comic thriller, starring Jenny Watson and Shirley Holmes, the sequel to Hound of the Baskervilles – a comic thriller, starring Jenny Watson and Shirley Holmes.

Saturday April 9th – Time: 11am – 3pm

Preparation:
– Fill in the audition form and either bring it on the day, or email it to myself AND Rodney.
– Read the script. If you can print it and bring it along, that would be great.
– Bring lunch and snacks
– Have in mind who you want to try out for, but…
– Be prepared to try multiple characters and be redirected in trying different characterisations

You do not need to learn anything. We want to see you act, not trying to remember lines. Also, ignore gender and ages. We look for the best person for the part.

AND trust us, when you are cast, We know what will work.

email myself or Rodney for a copy of the script

love gail, and Rodney xxx

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2023 Submissions Now Open
2023 Submissions Now Open
16 February 2022
Garrick Theatre are now taking play submissions for their 2023 seasons. Why should you direct, well,...

Garrick Theatre are now taking play submissions for their 2023 seasons. Why should you direct, well, “‘That’s because directing is so damned fun,’ says Jill Soloway, creator of Amazon Studios’ award-winning dramedy Transparent and director of the film Afternoon Delight.”

So, to submit a play for consideration to Garrick Theatre, contact our production manager Gail for more information at glusted@westnet.com.au and check out our calendar to see info on past and present productions. You may get inspired.

2023 Submission EOI
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POSTPONED: When Dad Married Fury
POSTPONED: When Dad Married Fury
15 February 2022
It is with regret, and due to circumstances beyond anyone’s control, that we have had to postpone...

It is with regret, and due to circumstances beyond anyone’s control, that we have had to postpone our production of ‘When Dad Married Fury’ to the September Season.

The President and Committee want to thank Lynne Devenish and her cast and crew for their dedication and commitment to the production and to our club and look forward to seeing the show on stage very soon.

Also a special thanks to James Nailen who is graciously giving his season to the team moving his show to 2023.

If you have booked tickets, please be patient while Elaine works through the changes.

Season One will now be Three Tall Women, directed by Siobhan Vincent. Full updates over the next few days.

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