Category Archives: 2000

Terza Rima

One Big Family. “Ratings are down and the heads must roll at the Frontline office, but nothing gets in the way of the new Network promo…” Adapted from the hit TV comedy written by Rob Sitch, Tom Gleisner, Jane Kennedy & Santo Cilauro, directed by Amy Leeder and starring acast of thousands.

Can You Hear You The Music? “Everyone has their dreams; whether it be applause from anaudience, long iced drinks, safety from the world, or a life amongst the titled rich. This is no exception for the six mice living in the loft…” Written by David Campton, directed by Geraldine LeCouteur, and starring Geoff Leeder, Lyn Colson, Ray Condy, Sam Bailey, Michael Lee and Rebecca Trigwell.

The Interview. “A man sits alone in a bar, relaxing after work, when he is approached by a mysterious businessman who informs him that he has come to “interview” him for a position at an unnamed company. What follows is a shrewd cat-and-mouse game that leaves the first man fighting for his very life.” Written by G. Riley Mills, directed by Michael McAllan and starring Neil McDonald alongside Nick Donald.

Performed at Don Russel Performing Arts Centre


Bumpy Angels

In 1954 against the hype and excitement of the Queen’s Australian tour, a group of pregnant girls wait out their confinements while working in the laundry of a Catholic home for unwed mothers.

A funny play that deals with social issues including adoption, incest and racial and religious tolerance. 1950s music features throughout the production.


Sue Rider

Kimberley Shaw

Performed at Kwinana Community Arts Centre


Director David Ryding and talented cast challenge the common beliefs of this Oscar Wilde classic and turn them on their head (as we’re sure Wilde himself would have loved). A must for Wilde-fans, and highly recommended for anyone with an interest in playing with audiences‘ expectations. As usual, our first Friday performance (May 12) will be our gala champagne evening. Performed at Don Russel Performing Arts Centre


Oscar Wilde

David Ryding

The Last Supper

Have you ever met a racist? A chauvinist? A homophobe? Couldn’t you just KILL them!
Blak Yak Theatre is proud to present the Australian Premiere of THE LAST SUPPER. Adapted from the 1995 cult movie written by Dan Rosen, the play follows five house-sharing university students who invite a different guest for dinner and discussion every week. After arguing with, and accidentally killing a violent, racist guest, the students decide that this may just be the way to rid the world of undesirable people…
A black comedy containing adult themes, strong language and dinner guests you’d happily throttle.


Dan Rosen

Leah Maher

Preview Night: Wednesday 23 Feb (all tickets $8).

Black Tie and Complimentary Champagne Opening: Friday 25 Feb.

Kwinana Arts Centre