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AUDITION NOTICE: ‘Abigail’s Party’ by Mike Leigh

Directed by Lynn Moss
A Masque Theatre Production
Production Dates: 12-15 July 2017 (5 performances)
Time: 14h00
Date: Sunday 23 April
Place: The Hok, Thicket Street, Claremont
Cast of Characters: 

  • Beverly, female [30 – 40], she is the life and soul of the party, ex-beautician, married to Laurence.  The main anchor of the play, ascorbic, cutting and tactless to her husband, and eventually to her party guests. A social climber, who is very image and status conscious.
  • Laurence, male [30 – 40]  the understated, overlooked and stressed estate agent husband to Beverly. Tries to be the peacemaker, and the man of the house, often failing in the eyes of his wife.
  • Angie, female [25 to 35], married for three years to Tony. She is a nurse and a blatant social climber, wanting to be liked in the new neighbourhood. Admires and aspires to be like her idol Beverly.
  • Tony, male [25 to 35], married to Angie. He is a computer operator working shifts, and one-time professional footballer. The quiet unassuming type, but with a sexy smouldering attraction.
  • Sue, female [40 to 50], Abigail’s mother. Nervous and quiet, but rather refined. A divorced mother bringing up her teenage children in one of the larger homes of the street.

For more information and to book your audition please contact Lynn Moss 021 785 2466/084 701 8360 or email: lynn@infomotion.co.za

Rehearsals scheduled to commence weekend of 13 May. Rehearsal Location TBC

About this Production
This Masque Theatre Production is being produced and staged on behalf of the theatre for fund raising purposes.  The production run maybe short, but the energy and commitment of the members of the Masque Board producing this adventure will be dynamic, fast paced and above all FUN!!

The intention is to stage a theatrical experience that starts for the audience the moment they step into the Masque Theatre. Patrons will be invited to dress in 70’s theme and enjoy ‘Abigail’s Party’ starting in the Masque Theatre foyer, with refreshment and snacks served before the show, and photos afterwards with the cast, when the party continues in the bar.

‘Abigail’s Party’ was fist staged in the UK in 1977, 40 years ago, yet its topic is still relevant today. The characters we can all identify with, and have no doubt experienced a party hosted by an overbearing Beverly. The play also holds the record of the highest ever viewed on televisions, with a staggering 16 million viewers tuning into watch.

The action takes place on Saturday night, in suburban North London. Abigail has convinced her mother Sue, to allow her to have a party. Neighbour Beverly insists on hosting a small intimate soiree, in order to give Sue something to do whilst the  teenager’s party takes place. Laurence, Beverly’s uptight husband arrives home late,  just in time to see the first guests arrive, new neighbours Angie and Tony. Beverly’s hosting skills consist of plenty of drink, nuts, maybe an olive or two and cheesy pineapple on sticks. The evening unfolds with some spectacular conversation, dancing and the ultimate unforgettable finale. The power of this play lies in the characterisations, which will be developed to the full. British accents or the ability to learn them are necessary for this production.

Back Stage opportunities:

  • Stage Manager
  • Prop’s Master
  • Sound and lighting technician

Production run characters: Abigail’s Party Guests, pre-show, foyer only.

  • Six young adults to act as teenagers.
  • Mixture of male and female, dressed in 1970’s outfits some punk era clothing and make up.
  • Will be required to mix with the theatre goers, handing out drinks and canapés, and assist with fund raising activities each evening and matinee.

AUDITION NOTICE: ‘After Ever After’

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AUDITION NOTICE

Jane Eyre adapted by Alastair Duff

Directed by: Alastair Duff

Production Dates: 30 June – 8 July 2017

Audition Date: Sunday 2nd April 2017

Time: 12h00

Venue: Masque Theatre, 37 Main Road, Muizenberg

Society: Constantiaberg Theatre Players

ABOUT THE PLAY:

Jane Eyre (originally published as Jane Eyre: An Autobiography) is a novel by English writer Charlotte Bronte. Adapted for the stage by Alastair Duff, this script follows the original story very closely and brings Bronte’s’ pages to life.

Jane Eyre follows the emotions and experiences of its named heroine, including her growth to adulthood and her love for Mr. Rochester, the master of fictitious Thornfield Hall. Jane Eyre revolutionised the art of fiction in the 19th century. The script contains elements of social criticism, with a strong sense of Christian morality at its core, but is nonetheless a story which many consider ahead of its time given the individualistic character of Jane and the exploration of classism, sexuality, religion, and feminism.

CHARACTERS:

  • CHARLOTTE/JANE EYRE: (Age 20+) plays Charlotte as somewhat older. Quiet, shy but with a strong character. A wonderful opportunity to play this famous fictional role, and the writer of the novel.
  • EDWARD ROCHESTER: (Age 25+) At first cold and taciturn, he reveals a kind, passionate side. A great part to the play
  • MRS FAIRFAX: (Age 40+) Not a servant, she is a relative of Rochester’s, but also is his housekeeper. Kind and sympathetic, she is also very opinionated.

The following parts are smaller but present a wide variety of characters to play:

  • Young Jane: (Age 10+) A little girl who has quite a strong will. Possibly double as Adele
  • Helen Burns: (Age 13+) Jane’s friend, calm almost passive. A challenging part.
  • John Reed: (Age 14+) A bully, mean and spiteful. A small but challenging part. Could double up as a house guest.
  • Mrs Reed: (Age 30+) Jane’s cold-hearted aunt. Doubles up as a house guest or Grace Poole.
  • Mr Brocklehurst: (Age 50+ )School Administrator. Cold, cruel and hypocritical. Challenging part. Doubles as The Minister and/or a house guest.
  • Miss Miller/Miss Temple: (Age 25+) Both are teachers at Lowood School, one mean, the other kind. Double as house guests.
  • Adele Verans: (Age 10+) Mr Rochester’s ward, she is Jane’s pupil. French, light-hearted but sweet little girl. Should be able to manage a French accent.
  • Blanch Ingram: (Age 20+) Rochester’s girlfriend, very sophisticated. Could double up as Miss Temple, Diana Rivers or Bertha Mason.
  • Lady Lynn: (Age 40+)Aristocratic lady, could double as Miss Miller
  • Lady Ingram: (Age 40+) Aristocratic and superior. Could double as Grace Poole
  • Richard Mason: (Age 25+) Rochester’s brother-in-law. Emotional part. Double as Biggs.
  • Carter, The Surgeon: (Age 35+) Could double as house guest
  • The Minister: (Age 40+) A small part, double as house guest
  • Mr Biggs, the solicitor: Small part, double up as house guest.
  • Grace Poole: (Age 25+) A servant, double as house guest
  • Bertha Mason: (Age 25+) Insane, dangerous, a great cameo part. Could Double
  • St John Rivers: (Age 25+) A medium-size role. A missionary, could, moody. Challenging part
  • Diana Rivers/Mary Rivers: (Age 20+) St. John’s sisters. Medium-size role, with doubling possible.

Backstage Crew also needed: Costumes/Props, Stage Manager and Production Secretary.

If you need more info phone Alastair on 021 788 4984.

To book your audition slot please email secretary@ctptheatre.co.za.

Date: Sunday 19 March

Time: 10h00

Venue: The Hok, Thicket Street, Claremont

Performance dates: 19-29 July, Masque Theatre

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead is an absurdist, existentialist tragicomedy by Tom Stoppard. The play expands upon the exploits of two minor characters from Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’, the courtiers Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. The action of Stoppard’s play takes place mainly in the wings of ‘Hamlet’, with brief appearances of major characters from ‘Hamlet’ who enact fragments of the original’s scenes. Between these episodes the two protagonists voice their confusion at the progress of events occurring on stage, of which they have no direct knowledge.

List of roles:

  • Guildenstern (lead)
  • Rosenkrantz (lead)
  • The Player
  • The Actors (5-6)
  • Hamlet
  • Claudius
  • Ophelia
  • Gertrude
  • Polonius
  • Fortinbras
  • Horatio
  • Courtiers

I am looking for actors (particularly for the two main roles) who are able to understand and experiment with highly intricate word play, as well as, access and portray a range of emotions within a short period of time. Naturally, comic timing – or the ability to develop it – is crucial. In addition, the two leads ‘must’ be good at learning lines, and willing to work intensively.  (No short order – but, in my opinion, these roles are two of the most challenging and rewarding roles in the history of modern theatre!)

The third largest part is that of the leader of the troupe of actors, i.e. The Player.  This part also requires everything that is mentioned above.  It is a wickedly comic part.  The leader is in charge of a troupe of clueless, clowning ‘actors’ who must somehow put together a play worthy of the court.  The actors playing ‘the actors’ need to have a feel for physical comedy (they do not have any lines, so rely entirely on body language to convey the humour).

Although all the other parts, e.g. Hamlet and Claudius, are small, they are spoken in the original Shakespearean language.  Actors taking on these small, but not easy parts, need to be able to master the language.

To prepare

For all the speaking parts, please familiarise yourselves with the relevant piece below.  You don’t need to learn the pieces by heart, but need to be able to show what you can do with them.  (There will be someone reading in the other part/parts for you).

reading-rosenkrantz-and-guildenstern

Auditionees for non-speaking parts need simply arrive.

Contact

If you have any queries or cannot make the audition and would like to schedule an alternate time, please contact Jenny Brandt, the director, on jennybrandt74@gmail.com, 082 492 5984 or 021 785 7610.

Notice is hereby given of the 65th Annual General Meeting of Claremont Dramatic Society, to be held at Barristers on 21 March.
Date: 21 March 2017
Time: 18h00 for 18h30
Venue: Barristers Grill and Cafe, Cnr Kildare Rd & Main St, Newlands
The agenda, last year’s minutes as well as the audited accounts will be sent at least one week prior to the meeting. The menu choices and list of awards nominees will also follow.
Please RSVP or send apologies to a committee member or reply to claremontdramatic@gmail.com.

Claremont Chat

Claremont Dramatic Society Newsletter

The Hok, Thicket Street, Claremont, 7708
PostNet Suite 345, Private Bag X1005, Claremont, 7735
email: claremontdramatic@gmail.com
www.claremontdramatic.wordpress.com
February 2017 – Number 165

Hi everyone!

Happy Valentine’s Day!

CDS AGM

As you will have gathered from the lack of official notice, the AGM has been postponed from the original date of 28 February. The accounts were not yet finalised and we wanted to avoid a repeat of last year so we thought it best to postpone. The accounts are currently being audited by Brian de Jager. In addition, we have been awaiting the awards panel’s adjudications, which we are expecting shortly. The new date for the AGM is 14 March, venue still being Barristers. Official notice (including the accounts!) will follow shortly.

Equus update

Rehearsals for Equus are well underway and the play is shaping up nicely. I think everyone will be pleased and impressed with our young Alan Strang (Tian Landman) – I know I am. Bernie also has a very lovely surprise up her sleeve for the horses. I am under strict instructions to say no more but suffice it to say that it will be a show you won’t want to miss!

Director’s tickets

We need new directors for our CDS productions. If you are interested in directing, we’d love to have you! All you need to do is stage a short play or play extract at a members evening to get your director’s ticket. For more information or to propose a play, contact our members evening convenor Matt Roy (contact details at the end of this newsletter).

Digital archive

I am still working my way through the Hok’s collection of old programmes, photo albums, posters and DVDs and am constantly updating the list of CDS (and previously SoE) productions. Please have a nose through when you have a moment and let me know what you think: http://claremontdramatic.weebly.com.

 

See you at the theatre!

Calendar

21 Jan–25 Feb Twelfth Night

presented by Artscape

Maynardville
     
22 Jan–26 Feb Romeo and Juliet

presented by Cape Town City Ballet

Artscape
     
31 Jan–25 Feb Big Boys the Third

presented by Followspot Productions

Kalk Bay Theatre
     
7–18 Feb Love, Sex, Fleas, God

directed by Celia Musikanth

Masque Theatre
     
7 Feb–4 Mar The Mother

presented by Eric Abraham

Fugard Theatre
     
11–18 Feb Rigoletto

presented by Cape Town Opera

Artscape
     
16–18 Feb Laced

created by Lee van der Merwe

Alexander Bar
     
16–18 Feb MATE

written and directed by Samantha Gray

Alexander Bar
     
16–25 Feb Rent

presented by The Stephan Fourie Theatre Company

Artscape
     
17 Feb Three of a Kind

presented by Andrew Young

Somerset West Playhouse
     
19 Feb Little Karoo

presented by Jenny Brandt

Masque Theatre
     
19 Feb HHDS AGM Somerset West Playhouse
     
20–25 Feb Sillage

presented by Rust Co-Operative

Alexander Bar
     
21–22 Feb The Plothole

directed by Rob van Vuuren

Alexander Bar
     
24–25 Feb Boarding Pass

presented by the Kit School of Ballet

Artscape
     
24–25 Feb Love Swings

featuring Ike Moriz

Somerset West Playhouse
     
26 Feb Little Karoo

presented by Jenny Brandt

Masque Theatre
     
20–22 Feb Macbeth

presented by Fabrik Theatre Company

Masque Theatre
     
23 Feb Dark Side of the Moon

presented by Mel Botes

Masque Theatre
     
23 Feb­–25 Mar Marat/Sade

presented by Flipside

Baxter Theatre
     
24–25 Feb TheatreSports

presented by ImproGuise

Masque Theatre
     
24–25 Feb On Probation

Performed by Michaela O Toole & Shannon Hiebner

Galloway Theatre
     
26 Feb Pinelands Players AGM The Clubhouse
     
27 Feb CATA ceremony Somerset West Playhouse
     
27 Feb–15 Mar bash

written by Neil LaBute

Alexander Bar
     
28 Feb–2 Mar Dangled

performed by Rob van Vuuren

Alexander Bar
     
28 Feb–11 Mar Chapter 2 Section 9

presented by Golden Arrow Studio

Baxter Theatre
     
28 Feb–18 Mar El Blanco

featuring James Cairns

Kalk Bay Theatre
     
1–3 Mar An Audience with Pieter Dirk-Eish Somerset West Playhouse
     
3–11 Mar Design for Living

presented by Constantiaberg Theatre Players

Masque Theatre
     
4–5 Mar 65 Glorious Years

celebrating the reign of Queen Elizabeth II

Somerset West Playhouse
     
6–11 Mar 5th Annual Improv Festival

presented by ImproGuise

Alexander Bar
     
8–11 Mar The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)

presented by F Creations

Galloway Theatre
     
11–19 Mar Calendar Girls

presented by HHDS

Somerset West Playhouse
     
16 Mar SA Eco Film Festival Masque Theatre
     
17–18 Mar Love Swings

presented by Ike Moriz

Masque Theatre
     
18 Mar Milly’s Awards

hosted by Milnerton Theatre Players

Milnerton Playhouse
     
21–25 Mar Sipho and the Bright Morning Star

presented by MADS

Masque Theatre
     
31 Mar–1 Apr Flowers for Algernon

presented by DQ Productions

Milnerton Playhouse
     
5 Apr–5 May Theatre skills workshops

run by Milnerton Theatre Players

Milnerton Playhouse
     
7 Apr Milnerton AGM Milnerton Playhouse

 

Claremont Dramatic Society Committee 2016:

Simon Dutton (Chair) 
simon.d@mweb.co.za Home: 021 683 8630 Cell: 083 327 7350
Santie du Toit (Treasurer)
santsbabe@gmail.com Cell: 074 608 2670
Jenny Brandt (Minutes Secretary and Member Relations Officer)
jennybrandt74@gmail.com Cell: 082 492 5984
Matt Roy (Members Evenings)
hapunkey83@gmail.com Cell: 062 485 8001
Kim R2 (Communications)
tzar42@gmail.com Home: 021 671 8687 Cell: 083 619 2441

glass-menagerie

AUDITION NOTICE

Carnivals of the Heart will present The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams at the Masque Theatre from 7 – 13 May 2017 by special arrangement with Samuel French. Darryl Spijkers will direct the show. Auditions for this production will be between 6 and 11 February at allocated slots. Auditions will be by appointment only.

Please email thedashingwriter@gmail.com to make an appointment. Auditions will be held in 10-minute interviews. Actors should arrive 10 minutes early to fill out an audition form. A headshot will be taken or actors may provide their own headshot. Actors will read from a selection of sides for the audition. Sides will be mailed when you book.

Roles available are as follows: 

  • Amanda Wingfield (The Mother): 40-60 years old; an iron butterfly; a proud woman fiercely devoted to her children; still holds onto the ideals of her genteel southern upbringing; girlish and grotesque; narcissistic and loving; sensitive and harsh; a realist while living in the reveries of a lifelong vanished; charming and manipulative; a survivor.
  • Tom Wingfield (The Son): 20-30 years old, 30-ish in the present, 21 in the memory; narrator of the play; a poet who works in a warehouse; caught between responsibility to his family and following his dreams; explosive, mercurial, lonely, and caring; deeply devoted to his sister; a suffocating dreamer.
  • Laura Wingfield (The Daughter): 20-25 years old; sensitive; painfully shy; a childhood illness has left her physically impaired; retreats from reality through her collection of glass animals; loves her mother and brother; always puts others before herself; seeking disabled and non-disabled
  • Jim O’Connor (The Gentleman Caller): 20-30 years old; Tom’s lone friend at the warehouse and former classmate of Laura’s; a nice guy; pleasant in appearance and demeanour; peaked in high school; he is the outside world.

Members cast will need to commit to rehearsals 2-3 evenings per week (based on which dates cast is available) beginning mid-March until the show opens.

If you are interested in helping behind the scenes for The Glass Menagerie, we have a few technical roles available as well. Please contact thedashingwriter@gmail.com with any questions.

CATA Nominations 2016

Artistic Contribution and Technical Excellence:

  • Sumé Lötter – The Wizard of Oz (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Kyla Thorburn – My Fair Lady (CT Gilbert & Sullivan Society)
  • Zanodean Cassiem – Of Mice and Men (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Nicolette Fernandes – Blood Brothers (Carnivals of the Heart)
  • Tamsin Williams – You’re a good man, Charlie Brown (Milnerton Players)
  • Ramsey Lötter – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Carnivals of the Heart)
  • Ashley Pitout – The Wizard of Oz (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Ashley Pitout – Blood Brothers (Carnivals of the Heart)
  • Robert Minshall – You’re a good man, Charlie Brown (Milnerton Players)
  • Neil Leachman – You’re a good man, Charlie Brown (Milnerton Players)

Costumes:

  • Santie du Toit – The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged (Constantiaberg Theatre Players)
  • Noel Pitout – The Wizard of Oz (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Barrie Howard – The Barretts of Wimpole Street (Fish Hoek Dramatic Society)
  • Ann Coltham – You’re a good man, Charlie Brown (Milnerton Players)
  • Darryl Spijkers/Christalla Fernandes – Grease the Musical (Masque Theatre Players)

Play or Musical Set:

  • Zanodean Cassiem – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Carnivals of the Heart)
  • Margi Blewett – Fallen Angels (MADS)
  • Barrie Howard/Jane Philbrick – The Barretts of Wimpole Street (Fish Hoek Dramatic Society)
  • Barry Altwig – Boeing Boeing (Milnerton Players)
  • Barry Altwig – Pa, Maak vir my ‘n Vlieër, Pa (Milnerton Players)
  • Zanodean Cassiem – The Wizard of Oz (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Zanodean Cassiem – Blood Brothers (Carnivals of the Heart)
  • Barry Altwig/Fin McCormick – You’re a good man, Charlie Brown (Milnerton Players)
  • Zanodean Cassiem – Grease the Musical (Masque Theatre Players)

 Cameo Performance:

  • No nominations

 Junior Performance:

  • Jordyn Linklater – Blood Brothers (Carnivals of the Heart)
  • Amy Reed – You’re a good man, Charlie Brown (Milnerton Players)
  • Bryony Bosman – Grease the Musical (Masque Theatre Players)

 Most Promising Newcomer:

  • Keanetse Fothoane – Curl Up & Dye (Milnerton Players)
  • Tamika Sewnarain – Fallen Angels (MADS)
  • Candice Burgess – Top Girls (Claremont Dramatic Society)
  • Zuko Katase – Of Mice and Men (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Hanno Fourie – Pa, Maak vir my ‘n Vlieër, Pa (Milnerton Players)
  • Ilse van Niekerk – Pa, Maak vir my ‘n Vlieër, Pa (Milnerton Players)
  • Cameron Murray – Blood Brothers (Carnivals of the Heart)
  • Enyha Swanepoel – Shout! The Mod Musical (Pinelands Players)
  • Megan Spencer – Shout! The Mod Musical (Pinelands Players)
  • Leonard Moeng – You’re a good man, Charlie Brown (Milnerton Players)
  • Georgia Bailey – You’re a good man, Charlie Brown (Milnerton Players)
  • Maileen Jamey – Grease the Musical (Masque Theatre Players)

Support Actress in a Play or Musical:

  • Samantha Taylor – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Carnivals of the Heart)
  • Su Cunningham – Top Girls (Claremont Dramatic Society)
  • Jane Cohen – The Barretts of Wimpole Street (Fish Hoek Dramatic Society)
  • Leanne Ferreira – The Barretts of Wimpole Street (Fish Hoek Dramatic Society)
  • Miranda Lewis – Master Class (MADS)
  • Nicolette Fernandes – The Wizard of Oz (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Veronica Suckling – My Fair Lady (CT Gilbert & Sullivan Society)
  • Fiona Carling – My Fair Lady (CT Gilbert & Sullivan Society)
  • Nicolette Fernandes – Blood Brothers (Carnivals of the Heart)

Support Actor in a Play or Musical:

  • John McConnell – The Barretts of Wimpole Street (Fish Hoek Dramatic Society)
  • Aubrey Hindle – The Barretts of Wimpole Street (Fish Hoek Dramatic Society)
  • Zuko Katase – Of Mice and Men (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Anton Schäfer – Pa, Maak vir my ‘n Vlieër, Pa (Milnerton Players)
  • Mark Wilkes – Habeas Corpus (Constantiaberg Theatre Players)
  • James Bone – The Wizard of Oz (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Liam Walsh – The Wizard of Oz (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Graham Boxall – My Fair Lady (CT Gilbert & Sullivan Society)
  • Michael Harris – My Fair Lady (CT Gilbert & Sullivan Society)
  • Duncan Reid – Grease the Musical (Masque Theatre Players)
  • Wesley Rudd – Grease the Musical (Masque Theatre Players)

 Lead Actress in a Play or Musical:

  • Julie Summers – The Extraordinary Revelations of Orca the Goldfish (Masque Theatre Players)
  • Candice Burgess – Top Girls (Claremont Dramatic Society)
  • Natasha Futeran – The Barretts of Wimpole Street (Fish Hoek Dramatic Society)
  • Bernie Jacobs – Master Class (MADS)
  • Ilse van Niekerk – Pa, Maak vir my ‘n Vlieër, Pa (Milnerton Players)
  • Lesley Boxall – Habeas Corpus (Constantiaberg Theatre Players)
  • Linda Pledger Eedes – My Fair Lady (CT Gilbert & Sullivan Society)
  • Jennifer Human – My Fair Lady (CT Gilbert & Sullivan Society)
  • Michelle Galloway – Blood Brothers (Carnivals of the Heart)
  • Laura Bosman – Shout! The Mod Musical (Pinelands Players)
  • Megan Spencer – Shout! The Mod Musical (Pinelands Players)

 Lead Actor in a Play or Musical:

  • James Skilton – The Extraordinary Revelations of Orca the Goldfish (Masque Theatre Players)
  • Liam Walsh – Of Mice and Men (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Travis Pitout – Of Mice and Men (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Trevor Joubert – My Fair Lady (CT Gilbert & Sullivan Society)
  • Nick Plummer – My Fair Lady (CT Gilbert & Sullivan Society)
  • Liam Walsh – Blood Brothers (Carnivals of the Heart)
  • Matthew de Klerk – You’re a good man, Charlie Brown (Milnerton Players)
  • Richard White – You’re a good man, Charlie Brown (Milnerton Players)
  • Leonard Moeng – You’re a good man, Charlie Brown (Milnerton Players)
  • Rob Coutts – You’re a good man, Charlie Brown (Milnerton Players)

Play, Musical, Director of a Play, Director of a Musical:

  • Helen Dooley – The Wizard of Oz (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Alastair Cockburn – My Fair Lady (CT Gilbert & Sullivan Society)
  • Kathy Lin – Blood Brothers (Carnivals of the Heart)
  • Neil Leachman – You’re a good man, Charlie Brown (Milnerton Players)
  • Darryl Spijkers – The Wizard of Oz (Hottentots Holland Dramatic Society)
  • Kyla Thorburn – My Fair Lady (CT Gilbert & Sullivan Society)
  • Darryl Spijkers – Blood Brothers (Carnivals of the Heart)
  • Darryl Spijkers – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Carnivals of the Heart)
  • Barrie Howard – The Barretts of Wimpole Street (Fish Hoek Dramatic Society)
  • Richard Higgs – Master Class (MADS)
  • Garth Tavares – Shout! The Mod Musical (Pinelands Players)
  • Nigel Sweet – The Extraordinary Revelations of Orca the Goldfish (Masque Theatre Players)
  • Mari Mocke – Pa, Maak vir my ‘n Vlieër, Pa (Milnerton Players)