The Red Door Theatre is a new theatrical group that has now successfully performed two productions in Moruya: Babes in the Wood, early last year and Peter Pan: The Eurobodalla Chapter at the end of the year. Peter Pan brought all the characters of the original to life, but was set in the Eurobodalla in a script by local writer Linda Heald.
They are looking to welcome new members for their next production to be staged in the first half of the year. They’re looking for interested people to join the group as actors, wardrobe assistants, sound and lighting assistants, encourages........? This mid year production will be a series of sketches and short plays, ranging from some Monty Python to Neil Symons’ adaption of some Chekhov stories. Lots of fun in the rehearsals for a very entertaining performance. Casting will close for this production on Wednesday 7 March.
Why is it called The Red Door Theatre? The rehearsals are held generally at the Red Door Hall, attached to St John’s Anglican Church, Page Street, Moruya, usually from 6.00 to 8.00 p.m. on Wednesdays. However Final rehearsals and productions are held elsewhere. (Peter Pan: The Eurobodalla Chapter was held at St Mary’s Performing Arts Centre in Queen Street, Moruya.)
If you would like to be part of the group, or just find out if it is for you you are invited to come along to the Red Door Hall at 6.00 p.m. on Wednesday 28 February or Wednesday 7 March, or express your interest to Linda Heald, tel. 0418 555 733.