Director Anne Davoren and actors Linda Hall and Kylie Boynton rehearsing for their play “The Big Cats” back in August … they now have another chance to show off their hard work to the world!

September 16, 2021

Back in August, lockdowns forced the Nanango Theatre Company to cancel its planned Heritage NananGO PLAYfest at the last moment but now there’s some good news … all is not lost!

There were fears all the work that had gone into the planned 12-play festival may have been wasted, but that’s not the case.

“The Best of PLAYfest” is about to hit the stage!

The NTC will be hosting four “Fringe” events over the next few weeks, each featuring three one-act plays which would have been part of the original Heritage NananGO PLAYfest competition.

The “Fringe” festival – to be held on September 24-25 and October 16 – has also been sponsored by Heritage Community Branch.

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Fringe Schedule

Friday, September 24 – 7:00pm

  • Jack-Of-All Trades – a comedy by Mark Lucas
  • Suitcase – a romance by Mathew Costin
  • The Big Cats – a drama by Alec Baron

Saturday, September 25 – 2:00pm

  • The Glory Of The Teabag – a comedy by Robert Thistle
  • Waiting – a drama by Abigail Andersson
  • Sixteen – a drama by Bradley Haywood

Saturday, September 25 – 7:00pm

  • Jack-Of-All Trades – a comedy by Mark Lucas
  • Suitcase – a romance by Mathew Costin
  • The Big Cats – a drama by Alec Baron

Saturday, October 16 – 7:00pm

  • Roanoke – by Mark Lucas
  • Refuge – by BJ Edwards
  • (the final play is still to be confirmed)

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The plays will be performed at the NTC’s theatre at 1 Elk Street, Nanango.

Tickets are $20 (adults) or $15 (concession) and can be made on TryBooking


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