Our Productions


  • Sat, 22 Jul 2017 to Sat, 29 Jul 2017
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  • Visitors by Barney Norris

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017: 7:30pm View details | Book tickets
    Fri, 28 Jul 2017: 7:30pm View details | Book tickets
    Sat, 29 Jul 2017: 7:30pm View details | Book tickets
    In a farmhouse at the edge of Salisbury Plain, a family is falling apart.  Stephen can’t afford to put his mother into care and Arthur can’t afford to stop working and look after his wife.  When a young stranger with blue hair moves in to care for Edie as her mind unravels, the family is forced to confront their future.  Visitors takes a haunting, beautiful look at the way our lives slip past us.
    Ticket pricing/options: Adult $22, Concession $16, Member $12

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  • Thu, 21 Sep 2017 to Sat, 23 Sep 2017
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  • Carnival Hour Plays

    Thu, 21 Sep 2017: 7:30pm View details
    Fri, 22 Sep 2017: 7:30pm View details
    Sat, 23 Sep 2017: 7:30pm View details
    TRTS presents the two one-act plays, judged the best of our

    One-Act Play Writing Competition 2017


    In no particular order -

    In High Places a social comedy

    by Queensland playwright Bruce Clark


    Synopsis

    On the day that the PM of Australia is about to hold a press conference to announce
    the transferring of all remaining refugees from Dugong Creek Correction Centre to mainland China,
    an office cleaner whose husband is still held in Dugong Creek confronts the PM demanding his release.


    A Million Civilians – a black comedy

    by New South Wales playwright Mark Macrossan


    Synopsis

    Dom is an architect seeking riches and success in a city of cranes and five star hotels –
    a place that is at once a 21st century construct, a living symbol of obsession with material wealth,
    and a manifestation of something firmly implanted in the contemporary western psyche.
    Dom’s ticket is Alan, an expat who is offering to help, but at a price. Natalie, who is married to Dom,
    has put her career back home on hold … for her husband, for their marriage, and for something else.
    Meanwhile, as the relationship between the three gradually reveals itself
    and then unfolds and unravels against this backdrop of latter-day extravagance,
    a million people are taking flight in another part of the world, running for their lives
    Both plays performed on each of six nights (Monday to Saturday)
    curtain is at 7.30pm on all nights


    Directed, cast and crewed by Repertory members.

    This festival will culminate in the announcement

    of the first and second place competition winners on September 23.

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