This newsletter contains 6 notices for your attention:
1 PLAY READING 22nd MARCH
2 AUDITIONS 4th APRIL
3 COMMITTEE MEMBERS
4 WEBSITE for MTC
5 MEMBERSHIP FEES
6 LIGHTING WORKSHOP
1.PLAY READING 22nd MARCH
6.30pm at the Majestic. – All welcome. Pizza and play reading. BYOG. Please RSVP so that we know how many pizzas to order. RSVP to Graham 4096 5051 or Louisa 4096 5005
2.AUDITIONS 4th APRIL
Auditions for “The Female of the Species” will be on 4th April at the Majestic, 7.30pm start. This is a play you will want to be a part of – it’s funny, it’s Australian and it’s very well written. The characters are: MARGOT MASON, 60ish, handsome, impressive, a monster; MOLLY RIVERS, 20s, bright;
TESS THORNTON, 30ish, lost; BRYAN THORNTON, 30ish but boyish, handsome, genial, thick; THEO HANOVER, 60s, dapper, gay, handsome, refined; FRANK, 20/30, a handsome, masculine man.
Please call Grace on 40965546 for an audition pack.
After the AGM our Committee Members are as follows: President – Graham Harrington; Vice President – Gina Raccanello; Treasurer – Diane Grandelis; Secretary – Loiusa Crossle; Publicity – Grace Chapman; Lorraine Gatti, Howard Smith, Jim Hill, Barbara Sager & Lucy Morris
4.WEBSITE for MTC
Jim Hill has done a fine job of building our website. He’s always on the lookout for information and pictures. Check it out: http://www.malandatheatre.org/site
Is it time for you to update your Membership Fees? Please call Diane Grandelis on: 40965777. FAMILY $30; ADULT $15; STUDENT $10; SINGLE SHOW $7.50 (adult) $5.00 (student)
6.LIGHTS TECH TRAINING and WORKSHOP
There’s a lot of satisfaction in knowing that you are running the lights for a production. Our resident Lights Technician is Cliff Rogers. Cliff is going to run a workshop earlier this year, everyone is welcome. Cliff ran a very successful lighting workshop in Kuranda last year. You will have the opportunity to operate the lights for our next big production “The Female of the Species” which will be showing in August. Please register your interest in the workshop or in operating the lights for the show with me, Grace Chapman.