Ken Ludwig's Baskerville

Get your deerstalker cap on — the play’s afoot! Comedic genius Ken Ludwig (Lend Me a Tenor, Moon Over Buffalo) transforms Arthur Conan Doyle's classic The Hound of the Baskervilles into a murderously funny adventure.

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Dinkum Assorted

Auditions Saturday 8th May at 2 pm

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Welcome to The Nowra Players

Bringing theatre to the Shoalhaven
since 1951.

The Nowra Players, a non-profit community organisation, have been bringing live theatre to the Shoalhaven community since 1951. Our monthly meetings are held on the first Monday of the month at 7:30pm at the theatre. New members are always welcome.

The 141 seat, Players Theatre is located in Meroo Street, Bomaderry, NSW, Australia. We present four productions each year which incorporate a wide variety of styles from the classics, to children’s pantomimes, to musicals, right through to contemporary Australian dramatic pieces. We offer youth drama classes, hold an annual youth drama competition and regularly donate to local schools and charities.

To learn more about the Nowra Players current productions and how to become involved simply follow the links.

 

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8 hours ago
Nowra Players

"It all began, as these things do, with simplicity itself: a walking stick, left at our residence by an unknown visitor."
Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery
🎟 www.nowraplayers.com.au
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It all began, as these things do, with simplicity itself: a walking stick, left at our residence by an unknown visitor. 
Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery 
🎟 www.nowraplayers.com.au

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Ooo set looks mysterious 😮

2 days ago
Nowra Players

Our third production of the year is "Dinkum Assorted".
We will be having a read through following May general meeting and auditions will be held on Saturday 8 May 2pm.
Set in an Australian country town biscuit factory during World War II, the play shows how the all-female cast of factory workers fight to save the factory, run a ‘Mum’s Army’ Civil Defence Unit, put on a show for the War Effort and cope with the fact that two thousand US airmen have just been stationed outside town!

Dinkum Assorted is a poignant and comical piece of theatre- full of laughter, tension and comradeship. It depicts a small slice of Australian social history.

For more information please go to www.nowraplayers.com.au
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Our third production of the year is Dinkum Assorted. 
 We will be having a read through following May general meeting and auditions will be held on Saturday 8 May 2pm.
Set in an Australian country town biscuit factory during World War II, the play shows how the all-female cast of factory workers fight to save the factory, run a ‘Mum’s Army’ Civil Defence Unit, put on a show for the War Effort and cope with the fact that two thousand US airmen have just been stationed outside town!

Dinkum Assorted is a poignant and comical piece of theatre- full of laughter, tension and comradeship. It depicts a small slice of Australian social history.

For more information please go to www.nowraplayers.com.au
3 days ago
Nowra Players

Over the next few weeks we would like to introduce you to some of the Nowra Players family and the first member we would like to introduce to you is Ian Cartledge.
Ian is normally found up a ladder or in the bio-box setting up and controlling our lighting and sound systems. Some say through his lighting you can see our shows from space. Ian first joined when his wife “persuaded” him to do the lighting for Traveling North in 1985 and since then he has never left. Ian has spent many years on the Nowra Players Committee serving as President and as Treasurer, a role that he still holds. Ian was made a life member in 1996. Without Ian’s work many of our shows would certainly be very dull.
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Over the next few weeks we would like to introduce you to some of the Nowra Players family and the first member we would like to introduce to you is Ian Cartledge. 
Ian is normally found up a ladder or in the bio-box setting up and controlling our lighting and sound systems. Some say through his lighting you can see our shows from space.  Ian first joined when his wife “persuaded” him to do the lighting for Traveling North in 1985 and since then he has never left. Ian has spent many years on the Nowra Players Committee serving as President and as Treasurer, a role that he still holds. Ian was made a life member in 1996. Without Ian’s work many of our shows would certainly be very dull.

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Thank you Ian for always have the time and patience to chat about lights and special effects. Thank you for the hundreds (probably thousands) of hours you spend setting, operating and pulling down the lights for so many shows. Thank you for everything

Ian “We’re Gonna Need More Lights” Cartledge 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼😆 An absolute bio box essential for any good show ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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