Next up in Javeenbah Theatre’s diverse 2016 season is After January. Adapted from the Nick Earls novel and written by Philip Dean, After January is a play about what happens when you stop waiting for life to happen and begin to live it. Alex Delaney (played by Ethan Robinson) has 18 days of waiting before he knows […]
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We are pleased to announce the cast for our next production “After January”, which opens July 2016 after “Communicating Door”. Tickets on sale soon! The cast: Alex – Ethan Robinson Fortuna – Josie Cross Tessa – Jocelyn Moore-Carter Cliff – Bruce Alker Jnr Gail – Jodie Barnes Len – Janet Thwaites Fred – Barry Gibson
It is some weeks since I sat down to write the first instalment of this blog, but I hope that you all appreciate that since then there has been a tremendous amount of hard work being done in all facets of this production. First of all let me introduce you to our cast. Kate will delight you […]
Calling all directors! Javeenbah’s artistic committee are calling for a final round of script submissions from potential directors. The team has been working hard to sort through all the fantastic submissions so far but have to make a decision very soon. Don’t miss out!
For a production to be successful, it requires an enormous amount of talented teamwork to take place. When you attend a play it is easy to find out who is responsible for each of the elements that contribute to that success by simply reading the programme. The Actors take pride of place, and rightly so, […]
The 7th annual Gold Coast Area Theatre Awards is coming soon, and Javeenbah have a number of nominations for awards! All nominees are invited to the special Nominee Cocktail Party before the presentation night. Here is the full list of our nominees: Accomplice Best Lighting Design – Colin Crow Best Director of a Play – Nathan Schulz […]
Javeenbah Theatre will be substituting a Sunday matinee in place of the Thursday evening performance during the second week of its 2016 playbill. The only exception is the musical which will run for three weeks – same as the plays but it will include the second Thursday as well as a second Sunday matinee. All our performances start at […]
Last week we showed off our new branding and website at our launch party, and we also announced our playbill for next year! Our production committee has released a fantastic selection of plays showcasing a variety of directors. The theme for this year was “new or returning”. Two of the productions (Writer’s Block and The Smell of Money) […]