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Auditions and Information Sessions

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Audition information for Beyond The Neck will be posted soon

Audition
  • MON 12APR21 at 7:00pm

  • Children of the Black Skirt logo

    Information Night
  • TUE 25MAY21 at 7:30pm
  • Audition
  • TUE 8JUN21 at 7:00pm

  • Title of Show logo

    Information Night  
  • WED 21JUL21 at 7:30pm
  • Audition
  • WED 4AUG21 at 1:00pm

  • Robin Hood and The Babes in The Wood logo

    Information Night  
  • WED 22SEP21 at 7:30pm
  • Audition
  • SAT 2OCT at 1:00pm
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    GRANT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 

    The Bundaberg Regional Council Community Services Program provided $4,070 to Bundaberg Players Incorporated for the purchase of Microphones and Cabling to improve the quality of sound in our Playhouse Theatre and for our online productions.

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    Photo Gallery - "Separate Tables" (1993) PDF Print E-mail

    SEPARATE TABLES

    1993

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    Directed by Bob Adams, written by Terence Rattigan


    SEPARATE TABLES is a theatre classic set in a small seaside private hotel in Bournemouth, it examines social attitudes towards lifestyles and behaviours of some of the guests, deemed morally reprehensible in 1950s Britain.

     

    MP John Malcolm (Brett Fielding) an alcoholic writer lives in anonymity after his release from prison for assaulting his ex-wife. He is "sort of" engaged to the staid hotel manageress Miss Cooper (Me) who is madly in love with him and in turmoil when his glamorous wife Anne (Salona Koczan) arrives hoping for a reconciliation.

     

    Other guests include elderly Major Pollock played by Rick Crawford (trying to escape a scandalous past after being convicted of a "despicable"act years earlier) young couple Jean and Charles (Bex Hutchins , Steven Knight.)

     

    The movie starring Burt Lancaster and Rita Hayworth won Oscars for David Niven (Major) and Wendy Hiller (Miss Cooper)

     
     

    BACK ROW: Brett Fielding, Sherry Barnes, Salona Koczan, Jeanette Bock, Chris Fyfe, Kylie Vacher

    FRONT ROW:  Joyce Hamilton, Pam Bland, Dave Kimber, Bex Hutchins, Annamaria Ede, Steven Knight, Rick Crawford

     

     

     
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    Brett Fielding as MP John Malcolm and Salona Koczan as his wife, Anne Malcolm

     

    Kylie Vacher and Bex Hutchins

     
         
         
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