Noarlunga Theatre Company

Written By: Ben Crocker
Directed By: Sue Cherry

A pantomime version of the classic story!

Roles Available:
The number, ages and genders of cast are flexible.

Abanazar - Aladdin's Uncle - The Bad Guy
Aladdin - The Hero
Sergeant Ping and PC Pong - Bumbling Policemen on scooters (one with a siren on his head)
Noddy - A Panda
Widow Twanky - Aladdin's Mother
Wishy Washy - Aladdin's Brother
The Emperor
Princess Jasmine
Genie of The Lamp
Genie of The Ring
Chorus / Townsfolk

Rehearsals at Base 10, 10 Main South Road, Reynella

Wednesday nights - 7.30pm - 10.00pm
Sunday afternoons - 1.00pm - 3.30pm

Opening Night Friday 3rd November 2017 - 8pm
Saturday 4th November 2017 (2 shows) - 2pm & 8pm
Friday 10th November 2017 - 8pm
Saturday 11th November 2017 (2 shows) - 2pm & 8pm

The Arts Centre, 22 Gawler St Port Noarlunga

Information Night:
Information Night on Wednesday 19th July 2017 at 7.30pm
Base 10
10 Main South Road, Reynella

Sunday 23rd July 2017 from 1.00pm - 4.00pm

Base 10
10 Main South Road, Reynella

More Information:
Sue Cherry on 0448 727 088 or via

Tea Tree Players

Written By: Ben Crocker
Directed By: Tina Hall

For more than forty years a end of year Pantomime has always been the final presentation of Tea Tree Players annual season, and while so many things have changedover the years this form of end of year entertainment remains more or less untouched by modern trends and as popular today as at any time previously.
The best known pantomimes are based mainly on fairy stories and fables, and this year we will presnt one of the best known the classic story of the "Sleeping Beauty", in a script by Ben Crocker who brings over twentyfive years of his own experience as actor, director and susequently author. The result of this combination of skills is the creation of a new level of pantomime entertainment, that is funny, fast moving, true to the original story and quite possibly one of the best pantomimme scripts available, where in the two hours presentation the audience will have to work almost as hard as the performers.

There is the suspense and the drama, the unlikely situations, the laughs and a bit of slapstick, and of course the happy ending that makes these few hours a special experience. With a good sprinkling of songs and the involvement of the audience from the beginning, a good time for all is just about guaranteed, and just to prove that everyone will leave the theatre smiling.

Roles Available:
Billy (the Royal Butler)
King Norbert
Queen Dorothy (The Dame)
Kitty (a pretty very femanine cat)
Fairy Peaceful
Fairy Graceful / Fairy Beautiful / Fairy Thoughtful
Carabosse (The Wicked Fairy)
Spindleshanks (a sexy/disreputable looking female cat)
Princess Aurora
Prince Orlando
CHORUS of Servants/Courtiers/Zonbies/Villagers

Monday and Wednesday each week from &-30pm to 10-30pm

at 7-30pm on
Friday 17th November & Saturday 18th November
Friday 24th November & Saturday 25th November
Friday 1st December & Saturday 2nd December

Matinee each Saturday at 2-30pm

Tea Tree Players Theatre
cnr Yatala VAle Road & Hancock Road
Surrey Downs 5126

at 7-30pm on Tuesday 25th July and Thursday 27th July

Tea Tree players Theatre
cnr Yatala Vale Road & Hancock Road
Surrey Downs 5126

More Information:
Tina Hall 0429443960 or 82895266 or via

Adelaide Repertory Theatre

Written By: Nick Dear from the novel by Mary Shelley
Directed By: Kerrin White

Roles Available:
(A small ensemble will play multiple roles. Character ages are fluid.)

The Creature (20s-40s)
Requires strength, fitness and physicality.

Victor Frankenstein (20s-40s)
A scientist.

De Lacey (60s-80s)
Blind man who befriends and educates The Creature.

Felix (20s-30s)
De Lacey's son - a young farmer.

Agatha (20s-30s)
De Lacey's daughter-in-law.

The Female Creature (20s-40s)
Intended bride of The Creature.

Elizabeth Lavenza (20s-30s)
Victor's fiancee.

William Frankenstein (8-10)
Victor's younger brother.

Monsieur Frankenstein (60s-70s)
Victor and William's father.

Ewan (40s-60s)
An Orkney islander.

Rab (late teens-20s)
Ewan's nephew.

Clarice (18+)
Elizabeth’s maid.

Gretel (18+)
A prostitute.

Gustav (20s+)

Klaus (20s+)

Police Constable (20s-50s)

Townspeople of Ingolstadt (mixed ages & genders)

Servants of the Frankenstein household (mixed ages & genders)

Season Dates: 5 – 14 April 2018

ARTS Theatre - 53 Angas St, Adelaide SA 5000.

Saturday 29 July from 11.00am, by appointment only.

The Thomas Nave Room, ARTS Theatre, 53 Angas St, Adelaide.

More Information:
Kerrin White on 0412760859 or via

Unseen Theatre Company

Written By: Original novel by Sir Terry Pratchett
Adapted by Stephen Briggs
Directed By: Pamela Munt

"The truth shall make ye free fret"

Particularly if your deadline is urgent because, as everyone knows,

“A lie can run around the world before the truth has got it’s boots on”

Unseen Theatre Company presents a fresh take on:-

Sir Terry Pratchett’s
“The Truth”
Adapted by Stephen Briggs.

Mucked about with, for Unseen Theatre Company, by Pamela Munt

There’s been a murder. Allegedly. But William de Worde, accidental editor of the Discworld's first newspaper, has got an inside line on the hot story. The facts say that Ankh-Morpork’s ruler, Lord Vetinari is guilty. But as Willam soon learns, facts don’t always tell the whole story. There’s that pesky little thing called The Truth, that just keeps trying to get out. Luckily William has an informant. He can’t be a talking dog because dogs can’t talk. He’s known only as...Deep Bone.

Through all of his investigations, William must cope with the daily perils of a journalist's life -- people who want him dead, a recovering vampire with a suicidal fascination for flash photography, some more people who want him dead in a different way and, worst of all, the man who keeps begging him to publish pictures of his humorously shaped vegetables.

Then there are the dark forces high up in Ankh-Morpork’s society who are plotting to overthrow Lord Vetinari and who have employed two Tarantino-esque thugs, Mr. Tulip and Mr. Pin for the purpose. They mean business.

William just wants to get at THE TRUTH. Unfortunately, everyone else wants to get at William. And it's only the third edition...BUT.....

“If it’s published, it’s ink-validated” - “This is a terrifically funny outing” – Goodreads

WHEN: October 27, 28, November 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11 at 7.30pm
WHERE: Bakehouse Theatre, 255 Angas Street, Adelaide
TICKETS: Adults $22, Conc $18, Fringe Members $16, Groups (6+) $16, Previews $15
BOOKINGS: (or at the door on the night – subject to availability)

Roles Available:
Acting roles for “ The Truth” – 2017

William de Worde (leading role – unwittingly invents the concept of investigative journalism)
Sacharissa (William’s offsider)
Gunilla Goodmountain (head of printing press – a dwarf)
Boddony (printing press worker – a dwarf)

Talking Dogs
Gaspode (talking dog) narrator and actor
Wuffles (non talking dog – belongs to Vetinari – main witness to the “crime”)

Lord Vetinari (Patrician of Ankh-Morpork – this role already pre cast)
Drumknott (Lord Vetinari’s secretary)

City Watch
Commander Vimes (head of the City Watch – a “born” Copper)
Nobby Nobbs (originally a street urchin - indistinguishable from a monkey – may be cut)
Angua (a werewolf)
Cheery Littlebottom (a forensic scientist dwarf)

Plotters (noblemen/women)
Slant (zombie lawyer) (this role pre-cast)
Lord de Worde, (William’s father)
Lord Rust
Lady Selachi
Lady Venturi

Charlie (Vetinari doppelganger, therefore played by the same actor as Lord Vetinari)
Mr. Pen (intelligent but insane criminal – think Straw Dogs)
Mr. Tulip (Mr. Pin’s very dumb but with surprising intellectual aspirations, offsider)

Foul Ole Ron (insane and really bad smelling head of street tramps for whom Gaspode “talks”)
Mrs. Arcanum (classic boarding house tyrant)
Mrs.Mackleduff (Mrs. Arcanum’s offsider)
Mr. Wintler (purveyor of amusingly shaped vegetables)
Duckman and other tramps
Pin’s “shadows”

Tuesday and Thursday evenings plus either Saturday or Sunday afternoons.
Negotiable with cast.

October 27, 28, November 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11 at 7.30pm

Bakehouse Theatre, 255 Angas Street, Adelaide

Sunday 30th July at 3pm

Bakehouse Theatre, 255 Angas Street Adelaide

More Information:
Contact Pamela Munt at

Zest Theatre Group

Written By: Music & Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
Book by Winnie Holzman
Based on the novel by Gregory Maguire
Orchestrations by William David Brohn
Music Arrangements by Alex Lacamoire & Stephen Oremus
Directed By: Directed by Peta Bowey
Choreography by Sally Grooby
Musical Director Georgia Broadbent

Wicked tells the incredible untold story of an unlikely but profound friendship between two girls who first meet as sorcery students at Shiz University: the blonde and very popular Galinda and a misunderstood green girl named Elphaba.

Following an encounter with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, their friendship reaches a crossroads and their lives take very different paths. Galinda's unflinching desire for popularity sees her seduced by power while Elphaba's determination to remain true to herself, and to those around her, will have unexpected and shocking consequences for her future.

Their extraordinary adventures in Oz will ultimately see them fulfil their destinies as Glinda The Good and the Wicked Witch of the West.

Roles Available:
Madame Morrible
The Wizard
Citizens of Oz
Doctor Dillamond

Tuesday nights as required
Wednesday nights 6.30pm - 9.30pm
The following Sundays - 17th Sept, 8th Oct, 29th Oct, 12th Nov, 26th Nov, 17th Dec, 14th Jan, 21st Jan, 28th Jan

7.30pm 2nd Feb, 3rd Feb, 9th Feb, 10th Feb
2pm 4th Feb, 11th Feb

Victor Harbor Town Hall, Victor Harbor

Information Night:
ALL Information about the production and auditions will be given at
7pm 19th July at Investigator College Performing Arts and Sports Centre, Bacchus Road, Victor Harbor

Auditions to be held 2nd August (all details will be provided at Information Night)

Investigator College Performing Arts and Sports Centre, Bacchus Road, Victor Harbor

More Information:
Contact Terry Mountstephen on 0412482350 or email

Adelaide Youth Theatre

Written By: David Lindsay-Abaire and Jeanine Tesori
Directed By: Thomas Phillips

SHREK THE MUSICAL, based on the Oscar® winning DreamWorks film that started it all, brings the hilarious story of everyone's favourite ogre to dazzling new life on the stage.

In a faraway kingdom turned upside down, things get ugly when an unseemly ogre — not a handsome prince — shows up to rescue a feisty princess. Throw in a donkey who won't shut up, a bad guy with a SHORT temper, a cookie with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits, and you've got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there's one on hand...and his name is Shrek.

Full of all-new songs, great dancing and breathtaking scenery, SHREK THE MUSICAL is part romance, part twisted fairy tale and all irreverent fun for everyone!

Roles Available:
FIONA: Princess Fiona is the princess of Far Far Away,
daughter of King Harold and Queen Lillian. Fiona has a transforming spell over
her that turns her into an ogre every night when the sun sets. This spell can
only be broken with a true loves’ kiss. Upon meeting Shrek she finds that she
has fallen in love with him.

LORD FARQUAAD: A comically short, ruthless ruler of the
huge castle of Duloc. In his pursuit of perfection he attempts to rid the city
of fairytale creatures. Farquaad wants to become a king but because he is not
of royal stock, he cannot until he marries a princess.

SHREK: Prides himself on being a big, green, terrifying
ogre. Shrek was kicked out at a young age to live alone until the fairytale
creatures disturb him in his swamp. In an effort to regain his peace he goes on
a trip along the way meeting Donkey who accompanies him the rest of his journey
to Duloc, to save Princess Fiona and back again

DONKEY: Donkey is a talking donkey on the run from Farquaad’s guards. After being saved by Shrek he sticks by Shrek’s side and accompanies him on his trip to save Fiona from the far away castle.

DRAGON: A female dragon that has been charged with guarding
Princess Fiona in her isolated castle. When Shrek and Donkey arrive at the
castle it is Shrek who goes to rescue the princess and Donkey who finds himself
at the mercy of Dragon. Donkey becomes trapped by Dragon and becomes her
prisoner of love. Dragon comes back at the end of the musical to help save the
day with Farquaad.

Little Shrek
Young Shrek
Young Fiona
Teen Fiona
Three Little Pigs
White Rabbit
Peter Pan
Ugly Duckling
Baby Bear

Mama and Papa Ogre,
King Harold and Queen Lillian
Captain and his Guards
Pied Piper
Three Blind Mice
Big Bad Wolf
Fairy Godmother
Wicked Witch
Sugar Plum Fairy
Mama and Papa Bear
Mad Hatter
Humpty Dumpty


7-17 JANUARY 2018 TIMES TBC (will work around adult cast if they are in full time employment)
Times will vary from 9.30am-9.30pm daily

8-10 shows
18-28 January
Including 2 Saturday and 2 Sunday Matinees and 2 schools performances (1 each Friday of the season)

Arts Theatre
Angas Street

Sunday 13th August 2017
Times available from 9am-6pm

TIDC Performing Arts
Corner of Herbert Road and Rosetta Street
West Croydon

Register for audition at

More Information:
Emma Riggs and Kerreane Sarti via

Galleon Theatre Group

Directed By: LESLEY REED

It’s Priseaux, France, 1250 AD.
The river flooded again last week. The chandler's shop just burned to the ground. The once-glorious local monastery is crumbling from lack of repairs.
Displayed on the altar, the bones of Saint Foy haven't worked a miracle in years and so pilgrims no longer come from afar to see the Saint’s relics, pray, seek cures, or to fill monastery coffers. Even the Pope shuns the monastery at Priseaux.

The local villagers still come to church, but are as poor as church mice, so there’s no salvation there for the destitute, debt-beset monastery.
In short, The Dark Ages still look decidedly dim.
But when a larcenous one-eyed minstrel teaches the monks a riotously risky and irreverent way to save the day, there’s at last some heavenly light in the darkness…that is, until a rival abbey threatens to hijack everything.
"A lightning-fast farce, rich in verbal and physical humor."- American Theatre.
"A farcical romp, scintillating and irreverent."- Philadelphia Weekly.

Roles Available:
• CHARLES (50’s-60’s). The Abbot. A compassionate man, Charles has the best intentions…but may be prepared to compromise his values for the greater good.
• MARTIN (45-50’s). A monk and deputy to the Abbot. Doesn’t tolerate fools. No empathy for the poverty of the monastery’s flock. Will do anything to become Abbot one day.
• JACK (20’s – mid 30’s). A one-eyed minstrel. Opportunistic and jokey. Actor needs to be a natural clown. Also needs to juggle, though possibly badly, play the guitar (or similar ‘minstrel’ instrument) at least with basic strumming skills, and also hold a tune to sing ditties– not, thank goodness, all at the same time. Role requires good physical comedy skills. Actor must be fairly strong physically.
• OLF (20’s - 40). A novice monk. Rather slow, he’s always last to catch on, but is very loyal. Very strong, he does much of the heavy lifting at the monastery (Actor needs a strong back).
• FELIX (20’s –mid 30’s). A novice monk, new to the Monastery. Felix is the moral compass among the monks. Takes his vows seriously, but celibacy is not his strong point.
• PEASANT WOMAN (Mid 40’s-early 50’s). Very poor and very pious, but also mouthy, street-smart and opportunistic. Mother of Marie.
• MARIE (18 – 25). Attractive, disenchanted common-law ‘wife’ of Jack and daughter of the Peasant Woman. Must briefly dance, sing and play tambourine, even if with comically basic skills only. Physical comedy required (Marie is sometimes carried, pushed and pulled. She spends a short time inside a sack).
• AGATHA (50’s – 60’s). Charles’s sister and Abbess of Bernay. Ruthless, intimidating and devious. Arrives on stage in second act and blasts like an incendiary into the chaos at Priseaux monastery.

⎫ French accents will not be required for this play.
⎫ Actors should not be deterred from auditioning for roles requiring very brief singing-'comically bad voice' is fine!'
⎫ Actors auditioning for JACK are asked to tell their best (brief) joke at audition.
Auditionees should arrive 15 minutes prior to individual audition time to read audition sheets.

Tuesdays & Thursdays 7.30-10.00pm, Sundays 1.30-5.30pm
First rehearsal Sunday 18 Feb 2018 or thereabouts

Australian Premiere
Thurs 3, Fri 4, Sat 5 May 2018 @ 8pm
Thurs 10, Fri 11, Sat 12 May 2018 @ 8pm
Matinee : Sat 12 May 2018 @ 2pm

Domain Theatre, Marion Cultural Centre
287 Diagonal Road, OAKLANDS PARK SA 5046

Sunday afternoon August 13, from 2pm, booked by appointment only.
Additional auditions may be held if necessary on Tuesday evening August 15, from 7.30 pm, by booking/Director’s agreement only.

Auditions to be held at Park Holme Community Hall, 683 Marion Road Park Holme.

More Information:
Lesley Reed on 044 851 1145 or via

Hannah Catherine Productions

Presented by Hannah Catherine Productions
Directed By: Hannah Smith

These three plays show that a laundrette is not just a meeting place for washing clothes. It’s a meeting place. There’s shy Sandra. Bruce with his crazy sense of humour, and his sensible sister Janet. Then, of course, there’s Jimmy from the country, and cheeky Willie with his mum to keep him out of trouble. That’s Mrs Bridges over there, complaining as usual, and the lonely old man is poor Mr White. Yes, there’s more to a laundrette than getting your clothes clean.

Roles Available:
Anyone aged 13-25

Janet Flipp- A pleasant, sensible girl, slightly embarrassed by her brother, Bruce.
Bruce Flipp - A boy who is frightened of nothing, with a crazy sense of humour
Sandra Baressi- A shy, slightly worried girl.
Jimmy Fenton- A country boy, who likes Sandra very much
Willie Sale - A mischievous little boy who idolizes Bruce
Mrs Sales- Willie’s mother; a pleasant woman
Mrs Bridges- A complaining, unpleasant woman
Mr White- A rather shy, Lonely old man

9th October 10am-3pm
10th October 10am-3pm
11th October 10am-3pm
12th October 10am-3pm
13th October 10am-3pm

13th October 7pm SHOW
14th October 2pm SHOW
14th October 7pm SHOW

3-5 Railway Terrace Murray Bridge (The Station)

19th August (Saturday) 11am-2pm
This will be a workshop/improvisation audition.

3-5 Railway Terrace Murray Bridge (The Station)

More Information:
Hannah Smith - 0467871359 -

Hannah Catherine Productions

Written By: Craig Sodaro
Directed By: Hannah Smith

Soar away to Neverland in this magical adaptation drawn from the beloved novel with fresh, original music!  The Darling children love to hear of Peter Pan’s adventures during his visits through the open window of the nursery.  Then one night after Nana has taken his shadow and Wendy has sewn it back on, Peter Pan and Tinkerbell whisk the children off to Neverland to be part of the adventures.  All your favourite characters are there, including Captain Hook and his pirate crew, Princess Tiger Lily and her tribe, and of course, the Lost Boys and Girls!  A rousing and lovely musical score by the award-winning team of Rockwell and Bogart includes “The Boy Who Never Grew Up,” “Fly Me to Neverland,” “Follow the Leader,” and “Home Sweet Home.”

Roles Available:
This show is completely created by youth aged from 12-25
ANYONE 12-25 can audition!

Character Singing Range # Lines
Wendy Darling Mezzo 119
John Darling Soprano 54
Michael Darling Soprano 50
Mrs Daring Soprano 36
Nana & Crocodile Non- Singing N/A
Liza Non- Singing 23
Peter Pan Mezzo 86
Tootles Mezzo 32
Nibs Mezzo 27
Pots Mezzo 20
Pans Mezzo 18
Slightly Mezzo 18
Curly Mezzo 23
Captain Hook Alto-tenor 76
Smee Mezzo 36
Starkey Mezzo 33
Cookie Mezzo 16
Skylight Mezzo 17
Noodles Mezzo 15
Great Big Mezzo 10
Little Panther Mezzo 10
Tiger Lily Mezzo 10
Chattering Chipmunk Mezzo 6
Two Moons Mezzo 7
Raging Waters Mezzo 6

Date Time
8th January 10am-3pm
9th January 10am-3pm
10th January 10am-3pm
11th January 10am-3pm
12th January 10am-3pm
Weekend break
15th January 10am-3pm
16th January 10am-3pm
17th January 10am-3pm
18th January 10am-3pm
19th January 10am

19th January 2pm Preview SHOW
19th January 7:00pm SHOW
20th January 2:00pm SHOW
20th January 7:00pm SHOW

The Station Murray Bridge (3-5 Railway terrace)

Auditions will be held on the 30th of September 2017 at 11am at The Station Murray Bridge. If you are unable to attend this audition you can send a YouTube audition.

Please email for full information and sign up sheet.

The Station Murray Bridge (3-5 Railway terrace)

Make sure you find Hannah Catherine Productions on Facebook for more information!

More Information:
Hannah Smith on 0467871359 or