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BEST PLAY,BEST MUSICAL,MOST ADVENTUROUS PRODUCTION,BEST DIRECTOR OF A PLAY,BEST DIRECTOR OF A MUSICAL:

 

Sorrows and Rejoicings directed by Mari Mocke  (Milnerton Players)

Witness for the Prosecution directed by Brenda Gray (Muizenberg Dramatic Society)

Barefoot in the Park directed by Wendy Goddard (Claremont Dramatic Society)

The Rainmaker directed by Sue Bolton – (Constantiaberg Players)

Old Wicked Songs directed by Brenda Gray (Claremont Dramatic Society)

All You Need is Love directed by Coleen van Staden and Celia Musikanth (Muizenberg Dramatic Society)

Show Stoppers Encore  directed by Giles Scott and Shiraz (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)

Cabaret  directed by Teddy Davies (Festival Productions)

The Wizard of Oz directed by Clifford Graham (Pinelands Players)

 

BEST ACTOR IN A PLAY OR MUSICAL

 

Willie Sass – Sorrows and Rejoicings (Milnerton Players)

Dennis Cunningham – Three the Hard Way (Milnerton Players)

Dennis Benneyworth – Witness for the Prosecution (Muizenberg Dramatic Society)

James Skilton – Hotel Paradiso (Muizenberg Dramatic Society)

Brian de Kock – Old Wicked Songs (Claremont Dramatic Society)

Brian Winter – Cabaret (Festival Productions)

Darren Telford – Cabaret (Festival Productions)

Jeremy Quickfall – Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp (Milnerton Players)

Greg Tinney – The Wizard of Oz (Pinelands Players)

David Bolton – The Wizard of Oz (Pinelands Players)

 

BEST ACTRESS IN A PLAY OR MUSICAL

 

Jane de Sousa – Unoriginal Sin (Claremont Dramatic Society)

Jo Darby – Unoriginal Sin (Claremont Dramatic Society)

Sharon Wood – Three The Hard Way ( Milnerton Players)

Trista Gamble – Witness for the Prosecution ( Muizenberg Dramatic Society)

Denise Dubber – The Rainmaker ( Constantiaberg Players)

Julie Summers – Cabaret (Festival Productions)

Ami-Rose Barber – The Wizard of Oz (Pinelands Players)

Christine Thonissen – The Wizard of Oz (Pinelands Players)

Shirley Sutherland – My Fair Lady (C.T Gilbert & Sullivan Society)

 

BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A PLAY OR MUSICAL

 

John McConnell – Anne of the Thousand Days (Fish Hoek Dramatic Society)

Richard Farmer – Barefoot in the Park (Claremont Dramatic Society)

Deryck Broom – The Rainmaker (Constantiaberg Players)

Tobie Beale – Hotel Paradiso (Muizenberg Dramatic Society)

Graham Boxall – My Fair Lady (C.T Gilbert & Sullivan Society)

Michael Harris – My Fair Lady (C.T.Gilbert  & Sullivan Society)

 

 

BEST ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A PLAY OR MUSICAL

 

Megan Landry-LeRiche – Last of the Red Hot Lovers (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)

Phoebe Snayer – Sorrows and Rejoicings (Milnerton Players)

Trista Gamble – Barefoot in the Park (Claremont Dramatic Society)

Trish Sutton – Cabaret (Festival Productions)

Ruth Allsopp – My Fair Lady (C.T.Gilbert & Sullivan Society)

Nichol Nefdt – Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp (Milnerton Players)

Laura Bosman – The Wizard of Oz (Pinelands Players)

Roche Haupt – The Wizard of Oz (Pinelands Players)

Luella Holland – Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp (Milnerton Players)

 

CAMEO PERFORMANCE

 

Lisa Stallianou – Cabaret (Festival Productions)

Robin Rattle – Witness for the Prosecution (Muizenberg Dramatic Society)

Gary Green – Barefoot in the Park (Claremont Dramatic Society)

 

MOST PROMISING NEWCOMER

 

Yvonne Pedretti – Last of the Red Hot Lovers (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)

Elton Jansen – All you Need is Love (Muizenberg Dramatic Society)

Philip Gordon – Barefoot in the Park (Claremont Dramatic Society)

Gary Green – Barefoot in the Park (Claremont Dramatic Society)

Selwyn Epstein – Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp (Milnerton Players)

 

BEST SET

 

Nigel Sweet – Unoriginal Sin (Claremont Dramatic Society)

David Davidson – Cabaret (Festival Productions)

Wendy Goddard – Barefoot in the Park (Claremont Dramatic Society)

Cecil Jakins and Debbie Bently-Buckle – The Rainmaker (Constantiaberg Players)

Tobie Beale – Hotel Paradiso (Muizenberg Dramatic Society)

David Davidson – Old Wicked Songs (Claremont Dramatic Society)

 

TECHNICAL EXCELLENCE AND ARTISTIC CONTRIBUTION

 

Cecil Jakins – Costumes – Anne of the Thousand Days (Fish Hoek Dramatic Society)

Roland Sweet – Soundtrack Mix – Unoriginal Sin (Claremont Dramatic Society)

Amanda Peacefull – Choreography – Show Stoppers Encore (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)

Isabelle Weyer – Costumes – Show Stoppers Encore (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)

Gary Fargher – Lighting – Cabaret (Festival Productions)

Chris Smith/Grant Faiers – Sound – Cabaret (Festival Productions)

Roxy Levy – Choreography – Cabaret (Festival Productions)

Heather Earp-Jones – Costumes – Cabaret (Festival Productions)

Brett Radloff – Lighting – Barefoot in the Park (Claremont Dramatic Society)

Kyla Thorburn – Choreography – My Fair Lady (C.T. Gilbert & Sullivan Society)

Gary Fargher – Sound/Lighting/Effects – Old Wicked Songs (Claremont Dramatic Society)

Gillian Hollander – Costumes – Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp (Milnerton Players)

Mandrie Haupt/Karin Matthee/Jan Barber – Costumes – The Wizard of Oz (Pinelands Players)

Roxy Levy – Choreography – The Wizard of Oz (Pineland Players)

Jan Barber / Guilma Stander– Make Up/Hair – The Wizard of Oz (Pinelands Players)

 

 

There will also be a number of Certificates of Merit awarded on the night.

 

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AUDITION NOTICE

 

 

 

CONSTANTIABERG THEATRE PLAYERS

 

 

 

HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES

by Alan Ayckbourn

Directed by Nic Leonidas

Run of the play at the Masque Theatre, Muizenberg:  15 to 23 May 2009

 

 

WHEN:                 Sunday, 25 January 2009 at 2:30pm AND Sunday, 1 February 2009 at 2:30pm

WHERE:                THE RENDEZVOUS, Lakeside

 

 

PLAY SYNOPSIS

 

This acclaimed Alan Ayckbourn comedy explores the hilarious interactions of three unhappily married couples linked by business and adultery and divided by class.  Two dinner parties are held on consecutive nights in different locations, but presented at the same time with one of the couples common to both events.  Misunderstandings and subterfuge abound as alibis to cover up extra-marital affairs lead to more lies, confusion and frantic evasion.

 

CHARACTERS

 

FRANK FOSTER                                  Well-meaning, pompous, befuddled and guileless, Frank is in his forties and married to Fiona.  He has the unerring knack of making two and two equal five, but for all his bumbling, there is a subtle suggestion that perhaps this is his way of maintaining control.

 

FIONA FOSTER                                  Elegant, wealthy, bored and neglected Fiona is in her forties, is married to Frank and is having an affair with Bob.  She fixes the things Frank breaks and keeps him on the straight and narrow even while deceiving him.

 

TERESA PHILLIPS                               Frustrated, exasperated, tired and housebound with a young baby, Teresa is in her early thirties and has not quite made the move from young activist to traditional housewife.  She is married to Bob, who doesn’t help her with their new baby and who has had a fling with his boss’s wife, Fiona.

 

BOB PHILLIPS                                     Rude, boorish and volatile but attractive to women, Bob is in his late thirties and is married to Teresa.  He has had a fling with the wife of his boss, Frank Foster.

 

WILLIAM FEATHERSTONE             A prissy, boring, naive and clumsily ambitious social climber in his twenties, William works in the same office as Frank and Bob.  He is ever willing to please and has a fashion sense that makes him an ideal candidate for what not to wear.  He and his wife, Mary, are the innocent bystanders implicated by the lies of the other two couples.

 

MARY FEATHERSTONE                   Mary is in her twenties.  She is highly-strung, timid, nervous and socially inept, but tenacious beneath it all.  She allows herself to be patronized and bullied by her husband, William.

 

PRODUCTION and BACKSTAGE assistance is also needed.

 

 

For further information, please contact

Di Thom on 021 794 7455

Or

Nic Leonidas on 073 689 6636

 

 

 

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