Dear Members & Friends of Theatre Onset Inc,
Theatre Onset will have its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 18th December at 5pm at our President, Robert Buck’s house at 62 Parabell St, North Bega. If you have energy and availability and would like to join the committee, you would be very welcome. We are a small committee so more active hands would be great! If you can’t make the AGM but would be happy to be on the committee, let me know.
- Ratify minutes from last year’s AGM
- Reports from President, Treasurer and Secretary
- Election of office bearers
- Any General Business
This sounds very dry but we will make it short and snappy and then we can nibble and have a drink! Bring a plate and a drink if you can.
RSVPs would be appreciated.
Dear theatre lovers of the Bega Valley,
Theatre Onset will be having its AGM on Wednesday 14th November from 6:30pm at the Funhouse in Bega. We would love you to come and share your thoughts, your ideas, your theatre wishes and your energy for Theatre Onset moving into the future. We are always happy to welcome new people into the company and are always on the lookout for actors, directors, producers, stagehands – anyone who would like to get involved. Theatre is a great place for forging new friendships.
We hope to bring you some exciting theatre in 2019 and this will be the place where we toss ideas around.
Food & drink will be available – TBC. For now, if you are able to join us, just keep the date free in your diary!
OF MICE AND MEN TO PLAY IN BEGA
Theatre Onset is excited to present a production of John Steinbeck’s classic story, Of Mice and Men to the people of the Bega Valley in May. It is a play about mice and puppy dogs, dreams and hardship mateship and heavy burdens. Set in the Great Depression in the US in the 1930s, we follow the poignant story of two very different men striving towards their shared dream.
Under the experienced direction of David Stocker, Theatre Onset has gathered a great cast for this production. There are some experienced favourites with Jamie Forbes, John Fitzmaurice, Robert Buck and Indigo Walker. Karl Auer comes to us from Pambula’s Footprint Theatre and James Cook is fresh from a successful cricket season. There are a few exciting new faces in Ethan Dack, a Bega mechanic, Malcolm Oastler who used to manage a racing car team and Peter Byrne from Tanja who is a dry-stone waller who started his career in Cornwall. To cap it all off, we have Warren Foster from Wallaga Lake who has made time for the play from his part in a zombie movie being filmed out west.
This is one of John Steinbeck’s few plays. It is elegantly written and rightfully considered a classic. Not to be missed.
Catch the production at the Funhouse in Bega on Friday 11 May and Saturday 12 May at 7:30pm, Sunday 13 May at 3pm then Thursday 17, Friday 18 and Saturday 19 May at 7:30pm and the final performance on Sunday 20 May at 3pm. Tickets are $20/$15 conc and available through www.trybooking.com/UKZA. Limited tickets will be available at the door. Strongly not recommended for children under 15.
Friday May 11, 7.30pm
Saturday May 12 , 7.30pm
Sunday May 13, 3pm
Thursday May 17, 7.30pm
Friday May 18, 7.30pm
Saturday May 19, 7.30pm
Sunday May 20, 3pm.