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Auditions and Information Sessions

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'COSI'

Information Night

14Sep22 7:30pm

Audition

26Sep22 7:30pm

 

CAST ANNOUNCEMENTS

Click to go to the cast announcement for Death Of A Salesman

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Thanks to everyone who auditioned for DEATH OF A SALESMAN

We are very excited about working with this amazing group of people.

Congratulations and see you on Sunday…

First rehearsal will be Sunday 14Aug22

 

Click to go to the cast announcement for An Evening With Sherlock Holmes

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Thanks to everyone who auditioned for AN EVENING WITH SHERLOCK HOLMES

We are very excited about working with this amazing group of people.

Congratulations and see you on Sunday…

First rehearsal will be Sunday 14Aug22

 

 

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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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"THE FAMILY"

1997

  The Family cast photo Doug Melvin Tricia Garson Jean Knight and Amy Bent  


Directed by Robyn Edgar


Writer Jill Shearer from QTC was in the visitors’ gallery during the infamous Fitzgerald Inquiry about police corruption, and explored the dilemma of a policewoman married to a policeman, deciding whether to investigate her police sergeant father.


 

Tricia Garson played "Sarah" of Internal Investigations who uncovers a murder case implicating her father (Doug Melvin). Amy-Lee Bent was the young cello-playing sister with Jean Knight the mother.

 

Smaller roles went to Ron Halpin, Charlie Clough (playing Sarah’s husband) and Judy Hayhoe singing Cry Me A River.

 

The author Jill Shearer was the only Australian female writer to have a show on Broadway, the controversial "Shimada" (1992) about Japanese war atrocities.

 

 
 

BACK ROW: Doug Melvin

FRONT ROW (L to R): Tricia Garson, Jean Knight, Amy Bent

   
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