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When radio auteur and critical darling Sheridan Whiteside breaks a hip on Mr and Mrs Stanleyâ€™s front doorstep, the well-to-do Messalia family find Christmas unravelling in the face of their unexpected guest. Multi-award winning production team Jennifer Flowers and Bill Haycock lead QUT final-year acting students in Kaufman and Hartâ€™s classic farce.
As January gets underway itâ€™s time to prepare for the year ahead: start a serious budget, renew your gym membership, get ready to return to work andâ€”most importantlyâ€”decide where your evenings are going to be spent. To help with this, Creative Drinks have found ten of the best plays you should see in 2015.
Humanity has always been fascinated with the lives of other people: their stories, their secrets and their love letters â€“ happy valentineâ€™s day from a secret admirer, apology cards from an ex-boyfriend, notes from long distance relationships, unexpected letters from old friends and those notes that you were never meant to see.
What splendor in the grass means to young lovers is an idealistic realm of bliss, hope and reverie. This vision captures unadulterated innocence, the way a young child first looks at the world.
Those lucky enough to attend the opening …
In todayâ€™s society, most would agree that age no longer creates a barrier between the love of man and woman.