Another Great Mixture of New Scripts this Month
Next Monday yet another batch of brand new scripts will be tested for the first time by our talented acting and directing members. Two of the scripts are first attempts by a couple of our actors so they will be nervously hanging on tenterhooks to see your reactions. Will their writing careers be off to a wobbly start, or a runaway success. Our actors and directors will, as always, do their professional best to make all these new scripts shine, but in the end it’s you who are the judge and jury.
Enjoy a couple of hours as actors and directors practice their craft bringing these scripts to life. Enjoy a drink, the company and relax.
Please note that El Rocco has a max seating of 60 – we can’t admit any more after that.
Here’s the line up of your readings at the Script-in-Hand meeting at El Rocco Bar and Cabaret, 154 Brougham St, Kings Cross, Monday 28th May 2012, starting at 7pm sharp.
The 529 to the Cemetery by Bill Jordan (Play, 20 min)
Not every bank robbery is great, and not every crime is perfect. But when your whole life revolves around such things, you’ll continue to plan and dream as if they were.
Steven: Chris Miller
Wayne: Michael Beattie
Bryce: Aaron Nilan
Girl: Donna Brooks
Bus Driver: Bill Jordan
Director: Craig Delahoy
Pink Rooster by Gayle E Mortimer (Play, 15 min)
1: Cheryl talks to the moon about men, breasts and her Harry.
2: Harry has coached the Dragon boat team to victory! But the battle has just begun…
Cheryl: Elaine Hudson
Harry: Paul Bertram
Director Elaine Hudson
A Road not Taken by Aaron Nilan (Play, 10 min)
In a short meeting between two childhood friends, a long lived hidden secret is revealed and both have to deal with the reality of their truth.
Mark: Steve McIntosh
Lisa: Donna Brooks
Director Gila Barnett
PassionLine by Colleen Henry (Play, 10 min)
Tim brags to his mate Mark about all the women he’s met on PassionLine, until they extend an invitation he can’t resist!
Tim: Kim Knuckey
Mark: Peter Talmacs
Sarah: Donna Brooks
Kerry: Sandra Campbell
Director: Stephen Carnell
Brad Checked in at Jay’s Place with Four Others (Part 2)
by Paula Noble (Play, 20 min)
Recently separated Brad is reluctant to enter the dating world until his mate introduces him to social networking where he discovers love, loss and disaster.
Brad: Jon Jodvalkis
Grub: Tim Moody
Maggie: Angy Hallows
Gary: Michael Curnick
Di: Ali Aitken
Director: Chantelle Corbet
183 Friends by Ruth Fingret (Play, 10 min)
Lester desperately wants to move out of home but his mother won’t let him. He is 43 years old!
Mother: Sandra Campbell
Lester: Valentino Arico
Director: Michael McCrann
Hope to see you there Gerry Greenland & Stephen Carnell your Script-in-Hand producers