12 June 2021
Following the easing of our lockdown I have another update regarding our upcoming play “Love/Sick.”
We will open on 25th June but we can only accommodate 25 in the audience.
The season is still as follows:
We are taking bookings for all those dates (except 26/6 which is now sold out)
We will continue to update our processes if further changes occur and will keep communicating with you. I will be in touch with a further update as soon as possible. If there are changes that make it impossible for you to attend or you are no longer comfortable attending, you will have three options…
receive a full refund
move your booking to an alternative performance of Love/Sick
receive credit for a future show this year
As always please contact us if you would like any additional information.
— Adrian Rice, Chair WTC
A series of nine vignettes take us through love and romance in a variety of forms — from love at first sight to a bride and groom with cold feet — from couples distracted from what matters most by the pressures of life to surprise visits.
This is a highly innovative production with clever use of set and props and a cast of eight actors taking on 18 roles. You will recognise some old faces on stage — Matt Wallace and Lawrence Phelan back after a break of a few years, Simone Kiefer, Erin Brass, Fran Carl and Lochie Laffin-Vines returning to our stage after successes in ’18 and ’19 (and online appearances in the year that will not be mentioned) and, we have two new talented actors to welcome to Warrandyte — Tam Dahmen-O’Neil and Rob Lloyd.
Directed by David Tynan and Lisa MacGibbon, this play opens on June 18th.
Note please — our auditorium will be limited to 60 people for this show. Although we are permitted to go to 100% capacity, mindful of your comfort, we prefer to maintain some room for movement … and a bar.
|Week 1||June 25||June 26||June 27 *|
|Week 2||July 2||July 3 *||—|
|Week 3||July 9||July 10||—|
* Plus matinees — 4pm only on June 27, and 2:30pm on July 3.
‡ Note: The theatre doors close at 8pm sharp.
It is recommended you arrive no later than 7:50pm.
Tickets: $25 (Concession $20)Mechanics Institute Hall