A collective sigh could be heard from the Petuaria Players a week ago when our intensive period of three productions between August 2018 and May 2019 came to an end. Not that we didn’t enjoy our plays but that the hard work was over for a little while and we could take a break for the summer.
As always this does not mean that we do nothing. We now research and read plays and meet up for group readings to prepare for a new season.
‘Take Away The Lady’ was very well received and the change of genre proved to be popular. We will post a gallery of images from the play later this week. But for now, here are a few from before and after the play. (scroll down)
Thank you to all who have supported us over our last season both as audiences and volunteer helpers behind the scenes. It is the helpers, especially at set build and set destruct, that allow us to produce the sets that we do and construct the seating areas making true the adage ‘many hands make light work’. It is also true to say that without that help we would struggle.
If you or anyone you know fancy lending a helping hand during these occasional weekends – a bit of simple labouring, a skill, tools that might assist, anything – then do get in touch with our secretary. And Saturday is always group fish and chips day – if that’s not a draw what is?