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A Doll’s House – Auditions Sun 14th Dec

No sooner does one production door close than another one opens and we’re thrilled to have Phil Portland making his directorial debut for Repertory with an updated version of Henrik Ibsen’s masterpiece “A Doll’s House” which will play late March.

Written and first performed in 1879, this ground-breaking classic play tells the story of Nora, the protagonist, and her struggle to challenge the traditional attitudes of a society which simply views her as a ‘wife and mother’.

With this recent adaptation by Samuel Adamson, written to commemorate the tenth anniversary of Southwark Playhouse, we’re looking for a cast of six adult roles (three male and three female) and two children (one male, one female). Ages for the adult roles are very flexible at this stage, but we will be looking to audition actors with playing ages ranging from late teens to late forties.
For more info and to book audition times contact Kerry on 0274847507

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The Rivals – On Sale Now

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Written in the late 1700s and set in the historic English city of Bath, this late-Restoration comedy features a fabulous array of comic characters embroiled in a wonderfully convoluted plot involving mistaken identities, secret missives and some misguided match-making.Don’t miss out on this Hilarious production directed by Mark Rayner and featuring Colin Hedivan, Paul Collins,Kerry O’Sullivan and James Graves.
Tickets on sale now at The Royal Wanganui Opera House.

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Funny Money Reviews

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Laughs Keep on Rolling!

Funny Money at Wanganui Repertory Theatre. Reviewed by Maggie Munro.

Cleverly written by English farceur Ray Cooney and directed by Troy Taylor, this hilarious comedy takes place in the course of one evening in Henry and Jean Perkins’ living room. Henry, the hero of the piece, accidentally picks up the wrong briefcase while travelling home on the London Tube for his birthday – and it contains £750,000. (Read more…)