Happy Easter folks


Yes the happy crew at Petuaria Players wish you a lovely Easter break. With less than two weeks to opening night the cast can be forgiven for tucking into Easter eggs to calm their nerves – although in truth any excuse for chocolate is a good excuse.  We are taking a few days off but Monday night will be back to full-on as we enter into our last rehearsals in the Forum.

Gill as Sugar-Lee  & Janet as Mavis in rehearsal


Sound cues being tested

Now we are working on the detail of the dialogue, delivery and body language and also running with the sounds and props – most of which have a distinctly  American flavour.

Along with that our play programme is in final draft and that goes for publication on Tuesday.  With the last play we moved forward at no expense and introduced colour programmes for the first time since our special 50th anniversary booklet in 2011.

And then next Friday we shall be starting a weekend of constructing the set.


Richard takes delivery of part of our set

If you want to find out what all this is about make sure you reserve tickets for a bargain priced value packed night of live theatre and laughter.

The Hallelujah Girls tells the hilarious story of a group of women who, realising that time is precious following the loss of a dear friend, turn an abandoned church into a spa and beauty salon: Spa-Dee-Dah! But Sugar-Lee, their high spirited, determined leader, has her hands full keeping the women motivated and coping with obstacles arising from both the present and the past…

Produced by Richard Bateman

Cast: (order of appearance) Dianne Turner, Barbara Failey, Janet Drewery, Rachel Miller, Gill Collins, Nic Johnson, Rob Newton, Wyn Price.

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Production dates are April 27th, 28th, 29th.

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