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NELL GWYNN nominated for ATG Curtain Call Award 

Critics raved about it and audiences adored it. NELL can now add an Adelaide Theatre Guide nomination for Best Comedy - Amateur in the 2019 Curtain Call Awards to her accolades. Congratulations to Director, Megan Dansie, her amazing cast and the crew who transported us back to the theatre world and Royal Court of the 17th century.

Refesh your memory of the production here... See the full list of nominees and winners on the ATG website.  


CALL FOR AUDITIONS

We are excited to issue a call for auditions for HEISENBERG, our September 2020 production, to be directed by Aldo Longobardi.They will be held on Tuesday 26 & Thursday 28 November 2019. See here for details....


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FIND THE IDEAL STOCKING FILLER RIGHT HERE!

Looking for a gift for a theatre-lover? What about a Stirling Players' 2020 membership? Find all the details here...

 

 

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In a first for The Stirling Players, the evolution of one of our productions has been documented on film. Flinders University student, Sailesh Sharma, tracked the director, cast and crew for many months. The result is A Sterling Performance, in which our lovely theatre also has a feature role. We look forward to seeing the film soon, but the first showing will be to Sailesh's examiners! 

 

WHAT THE CRITICS SAID ABOUT CELEBRATION!

"Director Patsy Thomas has assembled a very capable and highly experienced cast of performers. An ensemble piece, all have their moment to shine"

Trish Francis
GlamAdelaide

"...it becomes unexpectedly easy to be emotionally moved at the twists of fate that transpire between these flawed, recognisable, ultimately loveable characters"

Anthony Vawser
Stage Whispers

"The Stirling Players have produced an entertaining rendition of a gentle comedy of manners as relevant now as it was in the 1960s"

Alan Shepley
TASA

"It scores through a hardworking cast that bringing alive two acts of wedding and funeral dramas"

John Ovenden
Weekender Herald