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Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? By arrangement with Origin TheatricalTM, on behalf of Samuel French. Ltd. Previews: Tuesday 14th June to  Saturday 18th June @ 7.30pm and Sunday 19th June @ 2pm Opening night: Tuesday 21st June @ 7.30pm Season: Tuesday to Saturday @ 7.30pm

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The Two Character Play by Tennessee Williams

The Two Character Play by Tennessee Williams

The Two Character Play by Tennessee Williams Previews: Wednesday August 13 Opening night: Thursday August 14 @ 7.30pm Season: every Thursday – Saturday at 7.30pm and Sundays at 4pm until 7th September Ticket Prices $30 – Full $26 concession $22 Groups of 4 + $16 Previews BOOKINGS:

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Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland

Husky Theatre for Young People presents Alice in Wonderland September 2013 Season Tuesday 24th September to Tuesday 1st October, 2013 Daily at 11am Tickets All tix $20.00 Group 4 plus $18 Book at: www.melbournefringe.com.au 161a Heidelberg Road Northcote   April 2013 Season Season: Tuesday 2nd April to

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In A Forest, Dark and Deep

In A Forest, Dark and Deep

In A Forest, Dark and Deep, by: Neil LaBute Current Season: Click here to book Opens: Saturday 2nd November: 8pm Runs: every Wednesday – Saturday: 8pm and every Sat: 4pm until Saturday November 23rd. Ticket prices – FIRST WEEK SPECIAL- All Tix $15 Full- $30 Concession: $26 Full

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare Fast furious and physical…funny and erotic…highly recommended…Shakespeare with zoom…” -Peter Green 3MBS Read more reviews and media here Gallery Played: March, 2012 Preview: Thursday 8th March Opening Night: Friday 9th March Season: Thurs – Sat @7.30pm Sun @6.00pm, until Sunday

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A Number

A Number

A Number by Caryl Churchill Catherine Hill’s direction marshals an incredibly nuanced, emotionally detailed performance…– and acting doesn’t really get much better than this….4.5(/5) stars.” – Cameron Woodhead, The Age. …with every line so perfectly weighted with meaning it almost feels like food for the soul. Performances

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The Cherry Orchard

The Cherry Orchard

The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov In a new translation by Tom Stoppard There are some fine moments and solid acting.” – Martin Ball, The Age Read all the reviews and media here Gallery Played: February – March, 2011 Preview: Friday February 25, 7.30pm Opening Night: Saturday

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Blue Surge

Blue Surge

Blue Surge by Rebecca Gilman What happens when you delve into the small space that can divide a feeling of hope from one of hopelessness? Rebecca Gilman’s Blue Surge is an intimate examination of class struggle in America today. Curt is a small time cop in Midwestern

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A Kind of Alaska

A Kind of Alaska

A Kind of Alaska by Harold Pinter Deborah fell asleep. She was 16. Now she’s awake. And its 29 years later. Harold Pinter’s modern masterpiece, A Kind of Alaska is inspired by the true stories contained in the book Awakenings by Dr Oliver Sacks. A feature film

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As You Like it

As You Like it

As You Like it by William Shakespeare Like a flock of seagulls, WINTERFALL THEATRE flies back to the 80’s and coats Shakespeare’s AS YOU LIKE IT with mascara, fluorescent lipstick and hot new romantic fashions. “An exciting and interesting ensemble…” – Peter Green – 3MBS For more reviews,

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About Winterfall Theatre

Winterfall Theatre established itself in Northcote 2010 – 2014 and is currently operating out of a new theatre space in Kew Read More…