Menage a Trois

Yes, it’s Spring, and the time of year when all young thespians find their minds turning to… One-Act Plays.

For two nights only at the (under new management) Don Russell Performing Arts Centre in Thornlie, Blak Yak Theatre presents 3 beauties (plays, that is):

A certainty for weirdest title, “The Education of Skinny Spew”, by Howard Brenton, tells the story of our titular protagonist a’la “The World According to Garp” (but only in about 25 minutes).

 


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Yes, it’s Spring, and the time of year when all young thespians find their minds turning to… One-Act Plays.

For two nights only at the (under new management) Don Russell Performing Arts Centre in Thornlie, Blak Yak Theatre presents 3 beauties (plays, that is):

A certainty for weirdest title, “The Education of Skinny Spew”, by Howard Brenton, tells the story of our titular protagonist a’la “The World According to Garp” (but only in about 25 minutes).

Blak Yak has also enticed the services of two Guest Productions to round out the evening:

“They’re Playing Our Song”, recently staged at Melville Theatre, presents four hilarious stories about the sex lives of four married couples and their lack of… um, …what was the word?… er,… communication!

Whereas “Disposal”, by Michael O’Brien, (recently playing to a sell-out season at KADS) presents a murder mystery worthy of the Twilight Zone.

Two nights only, from the club that brought you “Amadeus” (we’re gonna milk that reputation as much as we can…)

Don Russel Performing Arts

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