Music Theatre Projects Presents “Drought and Other Plays by Millicent Armstrong” At Dusk Jim: Christopher Samuel Carroll | Amy: Heather Keens | Lily: Holly Ross Thomas Isabel: Zsuzsi Soboslay | Dorothy: Caroline Simone O’Brien | Mrs MacFarlane: Heather Keens | George: Christopher Samuel Carroll | Mary: Holly Ross | Thomas: (pre-recorded) Christopher Samuel Carroll INTERVAL […]
Article written by Dianna Nixon for the Partyline September 2022, the monthly newsletter of the National Rural Health Alliance. https://www.ruralhealth.org.au/partyline/article/sharing-womens-stories-stage
Thank you to Barbie Robinson for sharing info about Millicent via Living Arts Canberra – and this Thursday we’ll have a chat about what to expect from the show, and the story behind it. Meanwhile take a look.
Here are all the stakeholders who have contributed to make it possible to present Drought and other plays by Millicent Armstrong on this October Long Weekend. More info coming soon – but just wanted to say: Thank you – all. We look forward to sharing the outcomes with you.
Music Theatre Projects Ltd are creating a bespoke tourable product for rural and regional venues. The end goal is full production of four one act plays written by Millicent Armstrong. The next step in this journey will be a one-off performance to officially launch Millicent Armstrong’s plays back into the public domain, at Goulburn Performing […]
We are currently seeking the resources to develop a touring production of four of Millicent Armstrong’s one act plays. The premiere will be at the new Goulburn Performing Arts Centre (GPAC), as part of their inaugural Festival of Regional Theatre (FORT) on Sat Oct 1st 2022. Then on Sunday 2nd Oct in the arvo we […]
One of the projects in development is Camelia, a new musical, an incredible true story set in Egypt in the 1950s. You can find lots of info about our fundraiser on the Australian Cultural Fund website, or go deeper on our productions page. If really keen, we have a Prospectus we can send you.
On March 31st 2022 we premiered The Gentleman’s Companion, a new solo cabaret show based on the iconic recipe book of the same name. Dianna Nixon crafted this show, which reveals her relationship with the book, drawing out connections to concerns in our contemporary life. Christopher Samuel Carroll applied his considerable expertise in solo performance […]