Picton Theatre Group Inc.
Vintage Film Days return in 2018
PTG will show one classic film each month (Feb-Dec), with the first being Sunday the 18th February, 2pm-4.30pm, in the small hall in the Wollondilly Shire Hall. It is free thanks to the support of PTG volunteers and Wollondilly Shire Council.
The first film will be a Laurel and Hardy comedy "Flying Deuces" when they join the Foreign Legion and it is not what they expected.
PTG's Monthly Play Reading-2 pm, 4th February
Just come along to the Picton Uniting Church Hall at 4 Lumsdaine St, Picton for 2pm, and finishes by 5pm (including a cup of teas :)
Sunday March 11th for "Guards Guards"
ALL WELCOME. JOIN IN AS WE READ THROUGH THE PLAY OR JUST COME AND LISTEN.
Once a month Picton Theatre Group Inc. plans a fun afternoon reading a play together. Anyone who is interested can join us. We literally sit around, have a script to read, and we each get a character's part to read out loud.
March 11th we will be reading "Guards Guards"
"The Removalists" Tickets soon.
This is one of David Williamson's famous Australian plays, and rehearsals are progressing well for this drama to be performed in April this year. Check back via the website soon for launch of ticket sales in February.
See below for more detailed information on "The Removalists"
More info of "The Removalists"“THE REMOVALISTS”
By David Williamson
Picton Theatre Group will be holding upcoming auditions soon for their 2018 production of David Williamson’s “The Removalists”.
Set in Australia in the early 70s, it is a dark comedy that addresses the ever relevant issues of police brutality and domestic violence in a brilliantly unapologetic and raw way.
The corrupt Sergeant Simmonds is schooling rookie Police Officer Ross, on the ins and outs of the job, when two sisters walk into the station to report a case of domestic violence. The older sister Kate claims that her younger sister, Fiona, has been assaulted by her husband, Kenny. When Fiona is through showing the officers her bruises, Simmonds suggests that the best course of action would be for her to just move out. So he plans with the sisters to come over to Fiona's with rookie Ross and a removalist to move Fiona and her stuff out of the house, with Kate's help, on a night when Kenny is usually out with mates, so he would be unaware. However things get tricky when Kenny decides to stay home instead of go out.
Picton Theatre News
Vintage Film Day 2pm 18th Feb.
At Wollondilly Shire Hall.
Laurel & Hardy's "The Flying Deuces"
PTG's monthly play Reading
2pm Sunday 11th March. "Guards Guards"
Uniting Church Hall, 4 Lumsdaine St,Picton
Performing in Picton in April. Tickets soon.
- Move Over Mrs Markham..
- Razzamattazz Variety Show.....
- Pantomime: Five Beans for Jack or, The Emporer's New Clothes.....
- Barefoot in the Park.....
- Don't Talk to the Actors.....
- Mum's the Word.....
- Beyond the Veil.....
- Chemical Imbalance.....
- See How They Run.....
- And Then There Were None.....
- The Importance of Being Earnest.....
- Play On.....
- Sin, Sex & The CIA.....
- Not Now Darling.....