Eric Hillas, left, and Ken Mackenzie rehearsing for the Grafton Theatre Company’s Four Seasons.
Eric Hillas, left, and Ken Mackenzie rehearsing for the Grafton Theatre Company’s Four Seasons.

Grafton theatre company puts on a show for all seasons

GRAFTON Theatre Company's latest production is Four Seasons, a program of four one-act plays.

The show will run at various times in the next nine days, starting tomorrow night at the Pelican Playhouse.

Collision

By: Rob Smith and John Mawson

Directed by: Cindy Smythe

Cast includes: Eric Hillas and Ken Mackenzie

Bryan McManus is a loser in every way. Graham Sackville is a Sydney accountant spending a few months working in the Melbourne office of his firm. Bryan's and Graham's worlds come into collision, literally, when Bryan demolishes Graham's new BMW with his 1977 Datsun. Bryan's situation has gone from bad to worse. Or has it? Discussions ensue and we find the two men have a lot more in common than we first see.

Good Counsel

By: Rob Smith and John Mawson

Directed by: David Carrett

Cast includes: Phil Hazell, Chris Hazell and Tim Sherger

Stan Brain has been forced by his wife, Vicki, to undertake marriage counselling in an attempt to save a marriage which Stan sees has no problems. When the session does not go to Stan's liking, he decides to run the show himself.

Perceptions

By: Rob Smith and John Mawson

Directed by: Rita Bullen

Cast includes: Dorothy Hillis, Jacob Andrew, Terry Smith, Isabelle Pilgrim and Lauren Prior.

Craig is a young teacher in his first school. His world is jolted when he is informed by the principal of an accusation by a parent that links him romantically with a Year 12 student. Perceptions are reinforced from the comments of another parent. After a series of discussions that include the student in question, all seems to be resolved in the positive. But is it?

The Indivisibility of Invisibility

By: Rod Gibson

Directed by: Mary O'Connor

Cast includes: with Lorraine Hillas and Ron Smythe.

Sonia and her father have an issue: Ralph! Dad can't see Ralph - he is invisible as the result of an experiment gone wrong. Ralph has taught Sonia to cha-cha and now Dad wants to learn too! But is Ralph really there?

Ticket details

Adults: $15

Concessions: $13

Groups of 10+: $10

Bookings at Book Warehouse. Tickets are also available at the door.



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