Saturday 18 February at 2pm
Saturday 18 February at 7:30pm
Sunday 19 February at 2pm
All Tickets $25
WARNING May contain Adult Themes
This is the seventh year of this very popular event, showcasing eight short plays running for up to ten minutes each, with a mix of drama and comedy to keep all audiences entertained.
The plays will be competing for the “Best Play” award of $500 and the “Best of Anything” award of $100. Judges for those awards will be Howard and Rachel from Maverick Musicals.
Tickets sell fast – there are only three performances, so don’t miss out!
Convenor: Sue Sewell
What does a 42 year old accountant living in England suddenly do when he realises life should be a tad more interesting?
We retrace Biblical times to see what happens to young Moses when placed in the river. We hear the conversation Mum has with his older sister explaining!
A policeman is coming to terms with a domestic violence incident that he witnessed the previous evening.
What happens when a counsellor is way too invested in herself and not you?
Imagine this, an actress suffers a brain haemorrhage during a performance. How does she regain her health? Believe it or not this is a true story!
Can modern mankind live without the internet?
We are super excited to have Little Seed Theatre enter two plays again this year. They won last year’s festival with “The Secret Origin of Mojo Man” starring Callum Johnston, Jack Miller and Naire McDonald with Callum bringing home the adjudicator award. One of their entries this year sounds very intriguing:
Two roommates Daniel and Liam who are bored with their existence decide to spice things up a bit. Daniel decides to become a clown in more ways than one!