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1966

  • THE GHOST TRAIN – Directed by Allan Stewart  (4 performances 16 to 19/3/66).  
  • RAPE OF THE BELT – Directed by Iris Blake (4 performances 20 to 23/7/66).  
  • GASLIGHT – Directed by John Gunn  (3 performances 9 to 11/11/66).


1967   (10th Year)
 

  • THIS IS MY FATHER – Directed by Iris Blake  (one performance 8/3/67).  
  • THE RELUCTANT DEBUTANTE – Directed by John Gunn  (3 performances 9 to 11/3/67).  
  • TEMPTATION SORDID … VIRTUE REWARDED – Directed by Joan Blake  (Workshop Production, 2 performances 1/7/67 and 15/8/67). 
  • ANASTASIA – Directed by Iris Blake  (3 performances 20 to 22/7/67). 
  • Two one-act plays:  BETWEEN THE SOUP AND THE SAVOURY – Directed by Donald Hammond,  VILLA FOR SALE – Directed by Peter Johannsen  (Workshop Production, 2 performances 2/11 and 4/11/67). 
  • BRIDES OF MARCH – Directed by Carolyn Gunn  (3 performances 23 to 25/11/67).    


1968

  • THE RESPECTABLE PROSTITUTE – Directed by Joy Warfe  (Workshop Production, 2 performances 23 and 24/2/68). 
  • DEAR CHARLES – Directed by Iris Blake  (4 performances 24 to 27/4/68). 
  • THE GRASS IS GREENER – Directed by Peter Johannsen  (8 performances 14 to 29/6/68 plus 7 touring). 
  • Two one-act plays: CLOUD OVER THE MORNING,  THE FISH – Directed by Iris Blake  (2 performances 27/7 and 3/8/68). 
  • TEVYA AND HIS DAUGHTERS  (Victorian Amateur Premiere) – Directed by Carolyn Gunn  (3 performances 15 to 17/8/68). 
  • MGD Junior one-act play:  SUNDAY COSTS FIVE PESOS – Directed by Joy Farley  (matinee and evening 24/8/68). 
  • WOMAN IN A DRESSING GOWN – Directed by Peter Johannsen  (8 performances 11/10 to 2/11/68). 
  • SAILOR BEWARE – Directed by Iris Blake  (3 performances 29 to 30/11/68 plus 14/12/68 at Sorrento). 
  • ALL BECAUSE OF AGATHA – Directed by John Gunn  (4 performances 20 to 23/11/68 plus 7/12/68 at Wonthaggi).  


1969

  • PRIVATE LIVES Directed by Paddi Hawkins  (dates and number of performances unknown).   
  • LORD ARTHUR SAVILE'S CRIME – Directed by Iris Blake  (MDG Juniors Production, 3 performances 8 to 10/5/69).
  • MATILDA SHOUTED FIRE – Directed by Angela Eustace  (8 performances 30/5 to 14/6/69 after 24/5/69 at Leongatha). 
  • THE TOWER – Directed by Ronald Avery  (4 to 17/7/69 plus 2/8/69 at Rushworth). 
  • Two one-act plays:  THE DOCK BRIEFA PHOENIX TOO FREQUENT – Directed by Jean Sutherland  (8 performances 15 to 30/8/69 plus 6/9/69 at Armadale). 
  • BAREFOOT IN THE PARK – Directed by John Gunn  (8 performances 26/9 to 11/10/69 after 13/9/69 at Foster). 
  • SAY WHO YOU ARE – Directed by Peter Johannsen  (8 performances 31/10 to 15/11/69 plus 22/11/69 at the Australian-American Association).
  • A Review: EIGHT BEATS IN A BAR – Directed by Iris Blake  (6 performances 27/11 to 6/12/69). 


1970

  • Two one-act plays (Malvern Theatre Workshop Production):  VIVA JUAREZ – Directed by David Baggallay,  THE FORM – Directed by Madeleine Cole assisted by Joan Blake  (3 performances 2 to 4/4/70). 
  • THE AMERICAN DAME – Directed by Carolyn Gunn  (4 performances 1 to 4/7/70).   
  • EVERYTHING IN THE GARDEN – Directed by Jean Sutherland  (6 performances 5 to 15/8/70). 
  • HAY FEVER – Directed by Carolyn Gunn  (5 performances 22 to 31/10 plus 7/11/70 at Foster). 

 

 
MAVERN THEATRE COMPANY from 1971 -

1971

  • ON BORROWED TIME – Directed by Carolyn Gunn  (4 performances 17 to 20/3/71 plus 27/3/71 at Rushworth). 
  • Two one-act plays:  THE PRIVATE EAR – Directed by Madeleine Cole,  THE COMPLEAT LOVER – Directed by Peter Blake  (2 performances 16/4 and 17/4/71).
  • AUNTIE MAME – Directed by John Gunn  (4 performances 5 to 8/5/71). 
  • Playbill (THE BROWNING VERSION and HARLEQUINADE) – Directed by Nanette Good  (4 performances 16 to 19/6/71 plus 26/6/71 at Foster).
  • THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER – Directed by Pat Milthorpe  (7 performances 28/7 to 6/8/71 plus 7/8/71 at the Australian-American Association). 
  • ROPE – Directed by Caroline Piesse  (4 performances 8 to 11/9/71 plus 25/9/71 at Omeo). 
  • ARSENIC AND OLD LACE – Directed by Maggie McInnes  (8 performances 13 to 21/10/71 plus 23/10/71 at Foster). 
  • THE ONE DAY OF THE YEAR – Directed by Max Mander  (4 performances 24 to 27/11/71). 
  • THE ISLAND OF HAPPINESS – Directed by Iris Blake  (5 performances 15 to 18/12/71).  


1972

  • AMPHITRYON – Directed by Alistair Tweeddale  (4 performances 16 to 19/2/72).
  • RELATIVELY SPEAKING – Directed by Nanette Good  (4 performances 15 to 18/3/72).
  • THE LION IN WINTER  (Victorian Amateur Premiere) – Directed by Carolyn Gunn  (4 performances 3 to 6/5/72). 
  • LITTLE BOXES (The Coffee Lace and  Trevor) – Directed by Pat Milthorpe  (6 performances 14 to 23/6/72).
  • GASLIGHT GAIETIES – Directed by John Gunn  (one performance 7/7/72). 
  • THE IRREGULAR VERB TO LOVE – Directed by Jean Sutherland  (4 performances 26 to 29/7/72). 
  • Two one-act plays:  LITTLE BROTHER, LITTLE SISTER and  LET'S BE DEVILS – Directed by Karen Watson  (one performance 8/9/72). 
  • TOVARICH  (Victorian Amateur Premiere) – Directed by Iris Blake  (4 performances 20 to 23/9/72). 
  • WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? – Directed by Igor Persan  (4 performances 25 to 28/10/72). 
  • THE RIVALS – Directed by Caroline Piesse (our 100th major production,  6 performances 2 to 9/12/72).   


1973

  • THE SHIFTING HEART – Directed by Karen Scott-Watson  (6 performances 8 to 17/3/73). 
  • ROMANOFF AND JULIET – Directed by Max Mander  (6 perfomances 26/4 to 5/5/73).  
  • CACTUS FLOWER – Directed by Doug Lindsay  (6 performances 14 to 23/6/73).  
  • SPRING 1600 – Directed by Kevin Good  (6 performances 26/7 to 4/8/73).  
  • WAIT UNTIL DARK Directed by Caroline Piesse  (6 performances 13 to 22/9/73). 
  • MY SISTER EILEEN – Directed by John Gunn  (6 performances 22/11 to 1/12/73).  


1974

  • LILIES OF THE FIELD  (Victorian Amateur Premiere) – Directed by Carolyn Gunn (4/3/74 at the Moomba Festival of Drama then a season of 6 performances 14 to 23/3/74). 
  • MACBETH – Directed by Kevin Good  (12 performances 27/4 to 10/5/74). 
  • BANG BANG BIERUT – Directed by Peter Johannsen  (7 performances 27/6 to 6/7/74). 
  • PINK STRING AND SEALING WAX – Directed by Maggie McInnes  (7 performances 22 to 31/8/74).
  • Three one-act plays:  THE PRIVATE EAR – Directed by Colin Pearce,  WHEN A WIFE STRIKES – Directed by Stan Marks,  THE MONKEY'S PAW – Directed by Jim Ramsay  (2 performances 7/9 and 8/9/74). 
  • FORTUNE AND MEN'S EYES – Directed by John Gunn  (6 performances 17 to 26/10/74). 
  • THERE’S A GIRL IN MY SOUP – Directed by Gary Buckley  (8 performances 5 to 14/12/74 then one at the Moomba Festival of Comedy 27/2/75).


1975

  • BLITHE SPIRIT – Directed by Margaret Hetherington  (7 performances 13 to 22/3/75). 
  • ONE FOR THE POT – Directed by Peter Johannsen  (10 performances 7 to 17/5/75). 
  • MOTHER COURAGE – Directed by Max Mander  (13 performances 28/6 to 12/7/75 plus 6 at the Bridge School of Drama). 
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST – Directed by Kevin Good  (6 performances 21 to 30/8/75). 
  • EDEN HOUSE – Directed by Gary Buckley  (7 performances 9 to 18/10/75).
  • Three one-act plays  (Malvern Workshop Production):  PURGATORY – Directed by Andrew Kay,  WAKEFIELD COOPER’S PAGEANT – Directed by Maggie McInnes,  DAS LEBEN-BEI-TOTENTANG – Directed by Colin Pearce  (2 performances 31/10 and 1/11/75). 
  • THE FANTASTICKS – Directed by Brian Howlett (13 performances 22/11 to 6/12/75 plus 5/3/76 at Moomba Festival). 


1976

  • THE ANNIVERSARY – Directed by Colin Pearce  (7 performances 18–27/3/76). 
  • THE GLASS MENAGERIE – Directed by Colin Cave  (10 performances 28/4–8/5/76).
  • Four one-act plays  (Malvern Theatre Workshop Production):  THE CASE OF THE CRUSHED PERTUNIAS  (Directed by Latz Ertekes),   MACBETH Acts I and III  (Directed by Maggie McInnes),  THE CASE OF THE CRIMSON COCONUT  (Directed by Kirsten Mander),  THE GUEST OF HONOUR  (Directed by John Stretton).  (at least 2 performances 20 to 21/5/76). 
  • SEE HOW THEY RUN – Directed by Carolyn Gunn  (10 performances 29/6–10/7/76). 
  • WHEN DID YOU LAST SEE MOTHER? – Directed by Roy Baldwin  (7 performances 12–21/8/76). 
  • CHASE ME COMRADE – Directed by Peter Johannsen  (9 performances 6–16/10/76). 
  • THE CONSTANT WIFE – Directed by Harold Burrows  (8 performances 24/11–4/12/76). 


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