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1977   (20th Year)

  • A THOUSAND CLOWNS – Directed by Ewen Crockett  (8 performances 23/2–5/3/77). 
  • MACBETH – Directed by Colin Cave  (15 performances 19/4–7/5/77). 
  • Three one-act plays  (Malvern Youth Theatre):  RAHAB – Directed by Lazlo Hoffman,  TRANSCENDING – Directed by Kirsten Mander,  THE LEADER – Directed by Max Mander  (2 performances 20/5 and 21/5/77). 
  • BREAKFAST WITH JULIA – Directed by Colin Pearce  (11 performances 22/6–9/7/77). 
  • THE INNOCENTS – Directed by John Gunn  (9 performances 10–20/8/77). 
  • MOVE OVER MRS. MARKHAM – Directed by Peter Johannsen  (14 performances 5–22/10/77). 
  • THE FRONT PAGE – Directed by Harold Burrows  (season ran 29/11–10/12/77). 

 
1978   (21st Year) 

  • JUGGLERS THREE – Directed by Maurice Johns  (10 performances 21/2–4/3/78 plus one at ‘A’ Division, Pentridge). 
  • SPRING AND PORT WINE – Directed by Alan Lee  (10 performances 18–29/4/78). 
  • A MURDER HAS BEEN ARRANGED – Directed by Ewen Crockett  (10 performances 20/6–1/7/78). 
  • ANY WEDNESDAY – Directed by Joy Warfe  (10 performances 8–19/8/78). 
  • DYLAN – Directed by Colin Cave  (15 performances 3–21/10/78). 
  • THE SINS OF SYLVESTER SLADE – Directed by Carolyn Gunn  (13 performances 30/11–16/12/78).

1979

  • THE PHILANTHROPIST – Directed by Frank McNamara  (10 performances 20/2–3/3/79). 
  • PRISONER OF SECOND AVENUE – Directed by Hilda Orton  (13 perfromances 19/4–5/5/79).
  • A Comic Cavalcade  (Malvern Youth Theatre):  PASSION, POISON AND PETRIFICATION – Directed by Kirsten Mander,  ASKING – Directed by Bronwen Mander,  GOOSBERRY – Directed by Bronwen Mander,  RIGHT! – Directed by Bronwen Mander,  THE PROPOSAL – Directed by Max Mander  (3 performances 24 to 26/5/79). 
  • ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST – Directed by Maurice Johns  (13 performances 14–30/6/79). 
  • SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER – Directed by Maggie McInnes  (13 performances 7–25/8/79). 
  • MIXED DOUBLES – Directed by Ewen Crockett  (13 performances 27/9–13/10/79). 
  • COWARDY CUSTARD – Directed by Carolyn Gunn  (13 performances 22/11–8/12/79).
     

1980

  • PYGMALION – Directed by Judith Muir  (13 performances 13–29/3/80). 
  • THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGE – Directed by John Gunn  (10 performances 29/4–10/5/80).
  • Two one-act plays  (Malvern Theatre Workshop Production):  A VILLA FOR SALE  and  THE PUBLIC EYE – Directed by Hilda Orton  (number and dates of performances not known).
  • Four short plays  (Malvern Youth Theatre):  BLUE MURDERBEWARE OF THE DOGTHE FORMTHE LESSON  name of directors not known  (3 performances 22 to 24/5/80). 
  • BOY MEETS GIRL – Directed by Monte Miller  (13 performances 19/6–5/7/80).
  • Extracts From Plays I Have Enjoyed  (Malvern Theatre Workshop):  Excerpt from ROSS,  Excerpt from BILLY LIAR,  Excerpt from THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK – Directed by Fred Thomas, (one performance 20/7/80). 
  • BUTLEY – Directed by Julian Couzins  (10 performances 5–16/8/80). 
  • THE CLUB – Directed by Ewen Crockett  (13 performances 25/9–11/10/80). 
  • PATRICK PEARCE MOTEL – Directed by Peter Johannsen  (13 performances 20/11–6/12/80).
     

1981

  • TABLE MANNERS – Directed by Terry McDermott  (13 performances 12–28/2/81). 
  • ROLLO – Directed by Michael Walker  (13 performances 23/4–9/5/81). 
  • THE BRIDE AND THE BACHELOR – Directed by Maggie McInnes  (13 performances 18/6–4/7/81). 
  • TEN TIMES TABLE – Directed by Alan Lee  (13 performances 6–22/8/81). 
  • AN INSPECTOR CALLS – Directed by Chris Ryan  (13 performances 24/9–10/10/81). 
  • BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE – Directed by Len Wintour  (13 performances 19/11–5/12/81). 


1982   (25th Year)

  • CROWN MATRIMONIAL – Directed by John Gunn  (13 performances 11–27/2/82). 
  • NIGHT WATCH – Directed by Judith Muir  (13 performances 15/4–1/5/82).
  • THE BEGGAR’S OPERA – Directed by Maggie McInnes  (13 performances 10–26/6/82).
  • DEPARTMENTAL – Directed by Julian Couzins  (13 performances 5–21/8/82).
  • LOVE’S A LUXURY – Directed by Carolyn Gunn  (13 performances 23/9–9/10/82). 
  • A TOAST TO MELBA – Directed by Ian Brown  (13 performances 18/11–4/12/82). 


1983

  • IN DUTY BOUND – Directed by Lenore Milner  (Australian Amateur Premiere, 13 performances 18/2–5/3/83). 
  • AN EVENING OF NOEL COWARD (FAMILY ALBUM and A SONG AT TWILIGHT) – Directed by Hilda Ortland  (13 performances 15–30/4/83). 
  • A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS – Directed by Dina Mann  (13 performances 10–25/6/83). 
  • THE PLEASURE OF HIS COMPANY – Directed by Claire Thonemann  (13 performances, season ran 5–20/8/83). 
  • HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES – Directed by John Wright  (13 performances 23/9–8/10/83). 
  • FLAT SPIN – Directed by Ewen Crockett  (13 performances 18/11–3/12/83). 


1984

  • THE PERFECTIONIST – Directed by Chris Waters  (13 performances 17/2–3/3/84). 
  • BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE – Directed by Deborah Pelling  (13 performances 30/3–14/4/84). 
  • A DOLL’S HOUSE – Directed by Julian Couzins  (13 performances 25/5–9/6/84). 
  • A TOMB WITH A VIEW – Directed by Ron Paddon  (13 performances 20/7–4/8/84). 
  • THE MAN IN A GLASS BOOTH – Directed by Maurie Johns  (World Amateur Premiere, 13 performances 14–29/9/84). 
  • SING FOR YOUR SUPPER – Directed by Eileen Hattam  (13 performances 16/11–1/12/84). 


1985

  • VERONICA’S ROOM – Directed by Hilda Ortland  (13 performances 15/2–2/3/85). 
  • BILLY LIAR – Directed by Len Wintour  (13 performances 19/4–4/5/85). 
  • THE HEIRESS – Directed by Maggie McInnes  (13 performances 14–29/6/85). 
  • JUST BETWEEN OURSELVES – Directed by Gwyneth McCubbin  (13 performances 2–17/8/85). 
  • FOOLS – Directed by John Gunn  (13 performances 27/9–12/10/85). 
  • THE LITTLE HUT – Directed by Ray Russell  (13 performances 15–30/11/85).


1986

  • PHILADELPHIA, HERE I COME – Directed by Deborah Pelling  (13 performances 14/2–1/3/86). 
  • DEATHTRAP – Directed by Stephen Cummins  (13 performances 11–26/4/86). 
  • HABEAS CORPUS – Directed by Ray Mitchell  (13 performances 6–21/6/86). 
  • BALLERINA – Directed by Karen Scott-Watson  (13 performances 1–16/8/86). 
  • THE GOLDEN PATHWAY ANNUAL – Directed by Rod Nash  (13 performances 26/9–11/10/86). 
  • MALVERN MUSIC HALL – Devised and Directed by Carolyn Gunn  (13 performances 21/11–6/12/86). 

 


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