Flash Program, Cast and Synopsis
by local writers
directed by local directors
performed by local actors
Forgive Me Father by Andrew Thomson
Director: Annie Bilton
Cast: Paul Russell, Stephen Pearson
A man is seeking counsel from his priest ..... or is he???
Red Shift by Cheryl Sawyer
Director: Greg Buist
Cast: Sally Bartley, Michael Sheather, Vicki Sidoti, Steve Pembroke
Four old friends of different political persuasions are involved in some party machinations
Game Changer by Sally Davies
Director: Rowan Cowley
Cast: Greg Buist, Rohan Smith
Santa is out of sorts as he and his Elf try to come up with a gift list for Christmas
Time to Change by Yuley Buist
Director: Terry Collins
Cast: Tiffany Tuffin, Stephen McLaren
Thinking of a password for their new bankcard proves challenging for a young couple
Changing Times by Greg Buist
Director: Tyrone MacMaster
Cast: Kellie Martin, Annie Bilton, Sierra Phillips, John Lusty, Lex Tonnet
A woman is on trial for the attempted murder of a baby. Sounds straightforward - or is it?
Jericho by John Fraser
Director: Kathryn Peterson
Cast: Jarrod Rizzardo, Sally Bartley, Angela Brus, Terry Collins
Margaret is excited to be going to lunch with her son, Greg - but she is in for a surprise
Spare Change by Graham Vale
Director: Cassandra White
Cast: Kellie Martin, Clayton Williamson
A man is fascinated by a young woman and has finally made up his mind to ask her for coffee - until everything changes
Witch Hunt by Rowan Cowley
Director: Alexandra Mitchell
Cast: Yvonne Berry-Porter Larimore, Tiffany Tuffin, Alexandra Mitchell
Two mosquitos meet by chance as they feast on a human as social welfare goes under the microscope
Riding the Clutch by Sally Bartley
Director: Yuley Buist
Cast: Malindi Lovegrove, Rebecca Bright
A mum takes her daughter out for a driving lesson but the car's GPS leads them to a strange address
The Final Interview by Ethan Dale
Director: Steve Pembroke
Cast: Christine Vale, Jake Roser
A young man is late for his final job interview and when he does arrive things take a bizarre turn
All ten plays are presented at each performance. The plays are judged by an expert independent panel on Saturday night and you have the option to vote on your most popular play.
After the final matinee on Sunday there is an awards ceremony. So if you want to be there for that you should book early. You can book here.
Come and see what our local artists can do. It's great community theatre.
Friday @ 8pm September 21
Saturday @ 2pm September 22
Saturday @ 8pm September 22
Sunday @ 2pm September 23
Prices: Adults $25, Concession $20, Children up to 16 $10.
Flash Festival 2018
Opens Friday 21 September 2018.