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(02) 9979 9694

  

When a handful of locals joined together in 1966 to provide entertainment for themselves and the young community of Elanora we don’t imagine they considered the long-term outcome. In the intervening years hundreds of members have performed on stage, worked in the many technical and backstage areas and quite a few have directed. They have learned new skills, developed and shared them, many going onto professional work, and many spending a small part of their life with us. Some of us have been around for quite a while and hopefully will be here for many years to come.      

  

  

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DO YOU HAVE THE PASSION & SKILLS TO DIRECT?

Elanora Players are looking for directors for their 2018 and 2019 programmes.

A $500 honorarium will be paid to all directors who produce and direct a successful, full-length production.

If you think you have what it takes, please Contact Us and fill out the email fields provided. We would love to hear from you!

  

REVIEWS ARE WELCOME!

We would love to hear your feedback on our productions

Please Contact Us and tell us what you thought of the show!

The director, cast and crew greatly appreciate hearing from our patrons.

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 'THE ACTRESS'  

  

written by Peter Quilter

directed by Bill Akhurst

 Fri 29th September - Sat 7th October  

A funny and poignant comedy, The Actress dramatises the events backstage as a colourful, complicated actress Lydia Martin makes her emotional farewell performance, while dealing with the unexpected arrival of her provocative ex-husband.

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UPCOMING 2018 PRODUCTIONS...  

January

Glorious! The True Story of Florence Foster Jenkins, the Worst Singer in the World.

Written by Peter Quilter

Directed by Tracey Keene

A hilarious and heart-warming comedy about the worst singer in the world. In 1940's New York, the performer who everyone wanted to see live was Florence Foster Jenkins, an enthusiastic soprano whose pitch was far from perfect.