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There Goes The Bride, by Ray Cooney and John Chapman, a flashback to the 1970s directed by Martin Edmonds.

Timothy Westerby is overworked, underpaid, stressed out, and his daughter is getting married in what he thinks is an overly-lavish and overly-expensive ceremony. Timothy is ripe for a nervous breakdown – and, on the morning of the wedding, he has one in the form of Polly, a gorgeous, voluptuous girl who just wants to give herself to Timothy. Timothy is delighted to have this sexy guest at the wedding, but Timothy’s wife, mother-in-law, daughter, and the groom’s parents take a different view!

Showing at the Tranzac Stage April 26-27-28 and May 3-4-5, 2018. For more information, or to read for a role in this production, e‑mail nagsauditions@gmail.com.

 

NAGs news

What a fantastic run we had for Beauty and the Beast! Seven out of nine shows were completely sold out, and the remaining two were still very busy. Many told us it was the NAGs’ best panto EVER, which makes us worry about how we top it in 2019! Ben Crocker provided us with a script that had all the necessary elements of a pantomime, including lots of silly situations. Brian Russell found some terrific songs and provided clever revised lyrics and beautiful harmonies. The cast embraced everything with full enthusiasm and delivered an energetic and fun performance with beautiful singing. Choreographer Jenny Pullon got everyone grooving to those tunes. Stage Manager Ben Ireland and his team kept the scenery moving. And the production team (overseen by Producer Martin Edmonds) – well, they produced amazingly! Costumes, makeup, props, set, lighting, sound, front of house… it was all wonderful. Our heartfelt thanks go to all those who came out to support the show.

So now we’re “resting”, which means we’re getting ready for the next show while still finishing off loose ends (such as cleanup and post-production meetings) from the panto. It never ends… and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

2017-2018 season

November 2-3-4 and 9-10-11 2017: The Ashes of Forgotten Rain by Norman Hussey and This Is A Play by Daniel MacIvor. Director: Norman Hussey.

February 1-2-3 and 8-9-10 2018: Beauty and the Beast (pantomime) by Ben Crocker, adapted by Ginty Burns and Lina Minniti. Director: Ginty Burns.

April 26-27-28 and May 3-4-5:  There Goes the Bride by Ray Cooney & John Chapman. Director: Martin Edmonds.

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For only $15 a year, you get discounts on show tickets, invitations to script reading nights and social events, opportunities to steer our path at the AGM, AND the chance to hang out with a bunch of fun people. Use the link below to become a NAG or renew your membership.

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Next up

There Goes The Bride, by Ray Cooney and John Chapman, a flashback to the 1970s directed by Martin Edmonds.

Timothy Westerby is overworked, underpaid, stressed out, and his daughter is getting married in what he thinks is an overly-lavish and overly-expensive ceremony. Timothy is ripe for a nervous breakdown – and, on the morning of the wedding, he has one in the form of Polly, a gorgeous, voluptuous girl who just wants to give herself to Timothy. Timothy is delighted to have this sexy guest at the wedding, but Timothy’s wife, mother-in-law, daughter, and the groom’s parents take a different view!

Showing at the Tranzac Stage April 26-27-28 and May 3-4-5, 2018. For more information, or to read for a role in this production, e‑mail nagsauditions@gmail.com.

 

2017-2018 season

November 2-3-4 and 9-10-11 2017: The Ashes of Forgotten Rain by Norman Hussey and This Is A Play by Daniel MacIvor. Director: Norman Hussey.

February 1-2-3 and 8-9-10 2018: Beauty and the Beast (pantomime) by Ben Crocker, adapted by Ginty Burns and Lina Minniti. Director: Ginty Burns.

April 26-27-28 and May 3-4-5:  There Goes the Bride by Ray Cooney & John Chapman. Director: Martin Edmonds.

NAGs news

What a fantastic run we had for Beauty and the Beast! Seven out of nine shows were completely sold out, and the remaining two were still very busy. Many told us it was the NAGs’ best panto EVER, which makes us worry about how we top it in 2019! Ben Crocker provided us with a script that had all the necessary elements of a pantomime, including lots of silly situations. Brian Russell found some terrific songs and provided clever revised lyrics and beautiful harmonies. The cast embraced everything with full enthusiasm and delivered an energetic and fun performance with beautiful singing. Choreographer Jenny Pullon got everyone grooving to those tunes. Stage Manager Ben Ireland and his team kept the scenery moving. And the production team (overseen by Producer Martin Edmonds) – well, they produced amazingly! Costumes, makeup, props, set, lighting, sound, front of house… it was all wonderful. Our heartfelt thanks go to all those who came out to support the show.

So now we’re “resting”, which means we’re getting ready for the next show while still finishing the loose ends (such as cleanup and post-production meetings) from the panto. It never ends… and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

NAGs memberships

For only $15 a year, you get discounts on show tickets, invitations to script reading nights and social events, opportunities to steer our path at the AGM, AND the chance to hang out with a bunch of fun people. Use the link below to become a NAG or renew your membership.

Subscribe to our mailing list

Hear the news first and be notified of shows/auditions:

Audience MembersActors and Production Volunteers

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#thursdaypun t.co/QCtrvQf9a8 ...

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Did you know, some of our cast are pretty good at improvising too? Congratulations guys and dolls for a weird yet wonderful rendition of Beauty & the Beast (& a Werewolf) performed at the #socialcapitaltheatre. Thanks to David Hadley for hosting (a.k.a villager/ghost/tree/footstool) we were HOWLING with laughter! ...

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