For only $10 you can treat yourself to a brilliant performance from some of the best South Australian actors in the theatre circuit to date. There is no better time to sit back and enjoy a few drinks whilst watching some high quality theatre.
The Weatsheaf Hotel hosts the third season of Beer Theatre, a show presented by Butterfly Theatre consisting of three duologue plays (from a set of twelve called Roulette) by Raimondo Cortese. The selected plays are titled Hotel, Fortune, and Night; directed by Geoff Brittain and coordinated by Bronwyn Ruciak, a renowned South Australian actress who is also the coordinator of Butterfly Theatre.
The plays star Anna Bampton, Tamara Bennetts, Cheryl Douglas, Micael Eustice, Mark Healy and Sue Wylie, who are critically acclaimed and highly accomplished actors in theatre circuit. Each duo have a great chemistry which is reflected in each performance.
"It was such a challenging and rewarding experience " says Anna Bampton, regarding her role in Night with Cheryl Douglas. "My character was intoxicated throughout the performance which required me to adopt some method acting techniques."
The opening night (November 10th) was brilliant with fantastic performances from all six actors in the show. The performances and subject matter were very down to earth and relevant to life as we know it today. As well as this, each play was humorous and very entertaining; with highly relatable, captivating characters, and themes that allowed you to lose yourself in the story.
Beer Theatre is a display of in depth emotion and exploration of the bitterness beneath the froth that will not fail to entertain.
Dates: 11th 17th 19th of November
Where: The Weatsheaf Hotel
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