Recommended for community theatre
Each month our Literary Manager, John Kachoyan, delves into our extensive catalogue and suggests plays that are well suited for production by community theatre groups. This list brings together a growing selection of recemmendations from the past few years. You can also receive these recommendations via email, by signing up here
We're at a cafe table. In the morning two exiles meet, one younger, one older. In the afternoon two people approaching old age meet for the final time. They remember their younger selves. In the evening an ex-couple meet. This is a play infused with remembrance and regret.
Written in Australian poetic vernacular, Boy out of the Country tells a story of land, family and belonging. A family property, worthless for generations, is suddenly zoned as part of a regional housing estate to accommodate an ever increasing urban sprawl. At this moment of...