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April 2017
Things are moving apace at Three River.  We're gearing up for auditions for September's major production: the beautiful, scathing and sultry The Season at Sarsaparilla.  We're looking forward to the first playreading of the year.  And we're excited about the wealth of theatre on offer in little old Launnie.


"White sees the tremendous fragility and nakedness of life.  He stages a mythic
presentation of ordinary life.  With scathing contempt and deep compassion
he brings us close to hidden lives...  He achieves what his
character Roy Child longs for, “to change love into the currency of words.” "
- Benedict Andrews, on The Season at Sarsaparilla

A reminder that auditions for The Season at Sarsaparilla will be held:

Sat 29 April, 10:00am - 4:30pm
Sun 30 April, 10:00am - 12:30pm
Sat 13 May, 10:00am - 4:30pm
Sun 14 May if required.

Pilgrim Uniting Church Hall,
34 Paterson St, Launceston.

There are fourteen speaking roles available (7F, 7M) and a great range of ages are called for.  All roles are juicy.

Performance dates are Wed 20 - Sun 24 September
at the Earl Arts Centre.
Directed by Leigh Oswin.

To book your audition, contact Stan on 6331 6728 or via email.

The audition pack can downloaded here.


"...the Western landscape may be vanquished by shopping malls and freeways. The American ideals that fed men’s souls may be tarnished and corrupted. The horse is dead, true, but maybe, just maybe, there’s some life left in him yet." - New York Times, 2008.

We are excited to present Sam Shepard's Kicking a Dead Horse as the first of our three playreadings for 2017.

Directed by Jonathan Pedler and performed by Stan Gottschalk, Kicking a Dead Horse traces one Hobart Struther, who made his fortune buying paintings for $20 from Wyoming saloons and reselling them for millions.

In the throes of some midlife crisis, he has abandoned his wife and his posh life for a "grand sojourn" - what will turn out to be a doomed "quest for authenticity". In a 50-minute monologue, the former art dealer discusses what path brought him here in the first place, the fate of his marriage, his career, politics and eventually the nature of the universe.

Please join us for what will be a magical reading.
Maggie's Place
34 Paterson St, Launceston
Wed 17 May, 7:30pm
$5 a ticket.  Members free.
Refreshments available.


Just a quick update from the committee

At our last meeting on 12th April, we were delighted to receive a nomination from long serving committee member Pauline Robson for the position of Vice President, which was accepted gladly, and Treasurer Cathy Lawrence was appointed Public Officer.  Thank you Pauline and Cathy!

For Hire
Did you know that Three River has a quality mini-lighting rig for hire?  12 LED lamps, push up stands, control and all the accessories and cables - all available for hire as a job lot at super generous rates.  Suitable for small events, readings, weddings, gigs, school performances - or to supplement standard theatre equipment on larger shows.  Please contact us for details.

Next Meeting
Our next meeting is scheduled for the evening of Tue 16 May.
Please let us know if you have any ideas, thoughts or concerns that you'd like your committee to chew over.


A Concert of Hope
Vox Harmony, The Choir & City Mission
Door of Hope Auditorium | Sat 22 April, 7:30 pm

Melbourne International Comedy Roadshow
MICF & Theatre North
Princess Theatre | Wed 26 April, 8pm

Footloose: the Musical
St Patrick's College
Princess Theatre | Wed 03 - Fri 05 May

New Writing for Tasmanian Theatre
Theatre North & Mudlark Theatre
Earl Arts Centre  | Wed 10 May, 7:30pm

Kicking a Dead Horse: playreading
Three River Theatre
Maggie's Place  | Wed 17 May, 7:30pm

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