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2016 Curtain Call Nomination 

We are thrilled to announce that Zigzag Street has been nominated for the Adelaide Theatre Guide's 2016 Curtain Call award in the Best Comedy - Amateur section. Congratulations on the nomination to Director, Miriam Keane, the cast, crew and The Stirling Players' committee.

The Curtain Call Awards' dinner will be held in September. For the full list of nominees check the Adelaide Theatre Guide web site. To refresh your memory about Zigzag Street go to our past productions' archive...

2017 Season

We are pleased to announce the plays selected for our 2017 season:

February 17th to March 4th 2017 - Forget Me Not  by Tom Halloway - Directed by Megan Dansie. Auditions will be held on Saturday 17 September 2016. See our Auditions page for detailed information.
September 22nd to October 7th 2017 - The Clean House by Sarah Ruhl - Directed by Kevin Burrett 

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"Ms Scharber's exchange with Alan Crawford at the start of Act Two is some of the finest acting I've seen on an amateur stage"
"An outstanding 'unmissable' production. Bravo!"
John Ovenden
Weekender Herald
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"That Adelaide company The Stirling Players is prepared to stage the controversial play’s Australian premiere says much for the company’s confidence in local Director Dave Simms. Stirling’s faith in Simms has been rewarded with a fine production"

"Stirling has excelled once again with the show’s set, lighting, sound and superb costumes"

"By the time the unpredictable plot reaches its conclusion everyone in the audience has experienced fine acting and a top level community theatre experience"
Lesley Reed
Stage Whispers
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"Stirling has excelled once again with the show’s set, lighting, sound and superb costumes."

"The Stirling Players have done it again... Following up on their award winning show of 2015, The Beaux’ Stratagem, their first offering for 2016 is a delightful play"   

 "Director David Simms has gathered a talented cast of performers"

"The stand out performance for me was Alan Crawford... his characterisation and delivery were superb amongst an extremely talented cast"

 Jacqui Wall   
Encore Magazine  

"The Stirling Players are well known for their consistent, high-quality shows, and "Variation on a Theme" is no exception"

"Allison Scharber makes an excellent Rose"

"The set was one of the stand-out elements of the performance – the aesthetic is perfect for the French Riviera in the 50’s"

"It may be the only chance to see this play performed in Australia for quite some time"
Paige Mulholland
Adelaide Theatre Guide
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