Eight productions presented at Flash Festival

-Julie Black, Jarrod Rizzardo, Terry Matthews (front) and Michael Sheather in So Fire Me

Woy Woy Little Theatre’s annual Flash Festival will return to Peninsula Theatre in July.
Eight original productions will be presented over four performances from July 5-7, with evening and afternoon shows performed.
Theatre company publicity officer Ms Terry Collins said audiences would experience everything from comedy to drama from the cream of the Peninsula’s writing talent.
In the play So Fire Me by Mr Rowan Cowley, Ben is fed up with the continual round of company meetings disrupting his working day.
Things reach crisis point for Ben during one of the endless meetings, with much hilarity ensuing.
Other plays include Black Friday, by Ms Penny Dilworth, a chilling account of a couple’s first-hand experiences as a bushfire ravages their home.
Audience Participation was an amusing piece from Mr Andrew Thompson about two men making their first stage appearance, Ms Collins said.
Fantasy piece The Firing feature a teapot and a piece of clay comparing their life experiences in a play by Mr Greg Buist.
Ms Collins said this was possibly the best Flash Festival program to date.
“The standards of the plays this year is very high.
“We have eight new directors at the helm, mentored by some of the group’s most experienced directors, and a large cast comprising some newcomers as well as some of the group’s favourite performers,” Ms Collins said.
Tickets are essential.

Media release, 19 Jun 2019
Terry Collins, Woy Woy Little Theatre

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