OKAY, Easter is upon us! So, you know what to do? Before you forget? That’s right… book for our latest production, Noël Coward’s Design For Living, opening the Friday after the long weekend. Read more about the show in the latest issue of The Old Mill Times, which features a major preview, along with reviews, what’s […]
WANTED URGENTLY: Male actor, stage 20s to 40s, to play the lead role of Leo in Noel Coward’s Design For Living. Contact director Barry Park on 0405006914 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Rehearsals are usually 7pm Mon & Thurs (some Wed) and 2pm Sat. Season is April 21-May 6. Character is a talented and socially beloved British playwright, […]
Actress, stage age 20s to 40s, needed for the role of Helen Carver in Noël Coward’s Design For Living, directed by Barry Park at the Old Mill Theatre. Full details about the show and the role are available HERE. To express an interest, contact Dale James on 0407 426 957 or email email@example.com. Auditions for the […]
Please be advised, for various reasons, the Old Mill Theatre has had to change the date of its annual general meeting to April 3, 2017, starting 7.30pm at the theatre. You need to be a financial member to cast your vote or have you say – you can download a membership form HERE.
HAPPY New Year! And so we’re off and running with 2017… in this issue of The Old Mill Times you’ll find a major preview of our next production Fat Pig, reviews, all the photos and results from the Milly Awards, what’s on elsewhere and even some fun theatre facts we’ve managed to throw in! Plus all […]
Results of the 2016 Milly Awards Announced January 20, 2017 Adjudicators: Jarrod Buttery, Meredith Hunter, Vanessa Jensen AWARDS Best Set: It’s All Greek to Me Too! Best Costumes: Scrooge Best Stage Manager: Megan Burley (Scrooge) Best Supporting Actor: Craig Menner (Scrooge) Best Supporting Actress: Jessica Warriner (Honour) Best Actor: Alan Kennedy (Honour) Best Actress: Georgina […]
MARK Friday, January 20, in your diary – and give way to doing anything else that night! Yes, the Milly Awards are back for another year, the Old Mill Theatre’s own night-of-nights celebrating all the theatrical achievements of the past 12 months. And it’s a FREE event! What could be better? Kicking off at 7pm, […]
CONGRATULATIONS to Cal Silberstein, right, who picked up the Finley Award for Best Supporting Actor (Play) for his role in The Habit of Art at the Old Mill Theatre. His fellow The Habit of Art actor Barry Park also received a nomination in the same category. Justin Freind, who also appeared in the show, was nominated […]
IT seems like we’ve barely taken a breath this year but, here we are, with the end of 2016 already nigh. The Old Mill Times is back again to fill you in on what’s happening for the last six weeks or so that remain. Plenty of the good stuff inside… Download your copy HERE – in FULL COLOUR.
Auditions for the Old Mill Theatre’s first season of 2017, to be held in mid-February, are from 2pm, Saturday, November 19 at the theatre. Described as provocative, Fat Pig by Neil LaBute is a romantic comedy that challenges perceptions and assumptions about physical appearance and how we stereotype people. Cast required: 2 men, 2 women, […]