The playwrights are members of Playwrights Association of NZ and portray a variety of themes through both comedy and drama.
Each of the writers has had considerable experience in theatre. They paint their stories within the texture of their theatrical knowledge to entertain you, and offer worthwhile and achievable experience especially for beginning directors and actors.
Intent to Commit by Kerrie Anne Spicer.
Two schoolboy would-be gangsters attempt to break into a house to avenge a previous wrong-doing. But do their burglarising skills mach their bravado?
Just Looking by Tim Hambleton.
A furniture salesperson needs to make a big sale, and while doing so she tries to start a relationship with a wealthy and vulnerable customer.
A Star is Born by Richard Prevett.
Humphrey is launching a new political party and invites a team of ‘experts’ to a strategy meeting.
The Scarf by Dolly Varden-Chambers.
An elderly woman feigns dementia when her new pastime is uncovered.
Young Lady in a Boat by Lindsey Brown.
Set in Victorian times, with two female characters. The 1870 painting ‘Young Lady in a Boat’ by James Tissot has been the inspiration.
A Colodrama by Mike Carter.
An old-time melodrama full of colourful characters and ridiculous verse.
No Lingering Allowed by Elspeth Tilly.
Sometimes thinking about death can help us figure out what it means to live.