“Inheritance” – Three generations, clashing attitudes, evolving ambitions, and ageing families…..Australian country values under the microscope. Heidelberg Theatre. 16 Nov. – 1 Dec, 2018

Inheritance

by arrangement with HLA Management Pty Ltd, written by Hannie Rayson and directed by Tim Scott.

The 80th birthday of twin sisters Dibs and Girlie should be a cause for celebration, but as the family gathers in the Mallee, the question of who will inherit the farm dominates. Inheritance pits old rural values against new political realities, exposing fault-lines running through three generations.  (Text by Chris McLean – HTC Posters & Programme).

Heidelberg Theatre Company, 36 Turnham Avenue, Rosanna, Melbourne VIC Australia.

Follow the links below to view photos of HTC’s production of Inheritance.  (Images by Dave Belton)

Inheritance – Act 1 “Dress” →
Inheritance – Act 2 “Dress” →

Inheritance – Cast →
Inheritance – Late Rehearsal →
Inheritance – Early rehearsal →
Inheritance – Build →

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“Blue Stockings” – Committed women fighting for an education and recognition….. at Heidelberg Theatre. 7 – 22 September, 2018

Blue Stockings

by arrangement with Origin Theatrical, on behalf of Samuel French Limited,  written by Jessica Swale and directed by Natasha Boyd

1896 – Girton College, Cambridge, Britain’s first college to admit women.  This story of four young women during one tumultuous academic year, fighting for the right to graduate alongside their male peers, is set against the larger backdrop of women’s suffrage. Little do they anticipate the hurdles in their way; love, class division or the strength of the opposition.   ( Text by Chris McLean – HTC Posters & Programme).

Heidelberg Theatre Company, Rosanna, Melbourne VIC Australia.

(Images by Dave Belton)

Blue Stockings – Foyer Images Selection→
Blue Stockings – Act 2 “Dress”→
Blue Stockings – Act 1 “Dress”→
Blue Stockings – Early rehearsal→
Blue Stockings – Cast→

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“Blue Stockings” – Class separation and restricted education be damned, these women refuse to be constrained by an academic institution….. at Heidelberg Theatre. 7 – 22 September, 2018

Discrimination in the form of education without qualification is simply not acceptable!……

Blue Stockings

by arrangement with Origin Theatrical, on behalf of Samuel French Limited,  written by Jessica Swale and directed by Natasha Boyd

1896 – Girton College, Cambridge, Britain’s first college to admit women.  This story of four young women during one tumultuous academic year, fighting for the right to graduate alongside their male peers, is set against the larger backdrop of women’s suffrage. Little do they anticipate the hurdles in their way; love, class division or the strength of the opposition.   ( Text by Chris McLean – HTC Posters & Programme).

Heidelberg Theatre Company, Rosanna, Melbourne VIC Australia.

(Images by Dave Belton)

Blue Stockings – Early rehearsal→
Blue Stockings – Cast→

Heidelberg Theatre Web Site & On-line ticket sales →

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“Private Lives” – Love or lust, marriage and divorce, you love me, you don’t – a tangled web ….. at Heidelberg Theatre. 6 – 21 July, 2018

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PRIVATE LIVES

by arrangement with Origin Theatrical, on behalf of Samuel French Limited

written by Noël Coward

directed by Karen Wakeham

Divorced, but still in love, Elyot and Amanda are newly married to Sibyl and Victor. Honeymoons for both couples at the same hotel prompt Elyot and Amanda to re-discover one another. They run away to Paris. Victor and Sibyl give chase.  This plot-perfect marital farce by Noël Coward is a sparklingly witty and wickedly vicious theatrical favourite.   ( Text by Chris McLean – Posters & Programme).

Heidelberg Theatre Company, Rosanna, Melbourne VIC Australia.

(Images by Dave Belton)

Private Lives – Final Pix→
Private Lives – Cast→
Private Lives – Early Rehearsal→

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“The House of Bernarda Alba” – A death in the family, domestic oppression, a mother’s tyranny, and consequences….. at Heidelberg Theatre. Apr 27 – May 12, 2018

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The House of Bernarda Alba – written by Federico Garcia Lorca

Translated by David Hare.

Five daughters live together in a single household with a tyrannical mother. When the father of all but the eldest girl dies, a cynical marriage is advanced. It will have tragic consequences for the whole family.  This classic play speaks as powerfully as a political metaphor of oppression as it does as domestic drama. (Chris McLean – Posters & Programme).

Heidelberg Theatre Company, Rosanna, Melbourne VIC Australia.

(Image by Dave Belton)

House of Bernarda Alba – Final Pix→
House of Bernarda Alba – Cast/Crew→

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