Patron: Cr. Vicki Howard
Playing 21st February to 7th March :
directed by Gary Kliger
The film classic that we all love comes to life on stage, complete with Lux Soap ads AND live sound effects.
Who doesn’t LOVE Casablanca? There’s a reason why it’s on every ‘greatest’ list when people think of films. Here’s a chance to see it on stage, refreshed and reimagined, complete with advertisements for the sponsor Lux Soap (after all, that’s the beginnings of the term ‘soap opera’) and a sound effects operator creating the sound effects live as well. The story never loses its heart, the Nazi occupation remains the ever present danger provided to the star-crossed lovers, Rick and Ilsa, and Ilsa has to make the choice of her life, between her real love and the man she respects and admires, her husband! It’s going to be an evening of romance and intrigue and FUN as well.
Round up the usual suspects….they won’t want to miss this!
Preview: February 21 at 7.30pm
Opening Night: February 22 at 7.30pm
Shows: February 28, 29 March 6, 7 at 7.30pm
Matinee: March 1 at 2pm
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Enjoy our Special Meal Deal with The Brunswick Hotel
It’s time to mix up your Friday and Saturday nights.
When you book your ticket online to see Nash Theatre’s latest production of Casablanca – Radio Drama, The Brunswick Hotel have generously offered 20% off your meal when you show them your ticket for that nights show. This way, you can enjoy the hospitality of The Brunswick Hotel at 569 Brunswick St, New Farm, then follow it up with a great show.
This offer is only valid for people attending a Casablanca show on the same day, and only applies to ticket holders that have purchased their ticket online. It’s advisable you book your table, just to be sure you can get served in time. Our recommendation would be at least a 6pm reservation for a 7:30pm show.
To find out more about what The Brunswick Hotel has to offer and to make your booking, click here to check them out.
Deathtrap – 8 to 30 May 2020
Is the next ‘Great American Play’ worth killing for, or will the search be a death trap? Part thriller and part devilishly clever comedy, Deathtrap is sure to induce spontaneous laughter, audible gasps and even the odd scream. Unknown dramatist Clifford has sent his new thriller, Deathtrap, to award-winning playwright Sidney for comment – or has he? Without a Broadway success for some years, Sidney, along with his reluctant wife Myra, works out a strategy to plagiarise Clifford’s play. Sidney’s plan is to offer to collaborate with Clifford for co-credit – or is it? When Clifford turns up to discuss the play events take a sinister turn. It’s a roller coaster ride – enjoy it. Scream a little. It’s good for you.
The thriller to die for.
Sidney Bruhl (Writer), 45 – 55, Impressive, well-groomed
Myra Bruhl (His wife), 40 – 50, Quiet, self-effacing
Clifford Anderson (Budding writer), 25 – 30, Attractive young man
Helga ten Dorp (Medium), 50 – 60, Stocky Dutch woman
Porter Milgrim (Lawyer), 55 – 60, Man of Substance
|Opening Night||May 9||7:30pm|
|Shows||May 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30||7:30pm|
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