|Year||2008||Venue(s)||Carnoustie High School Theatre||Style||Pantos / Musicals||Director(s)||Dorran, Carolyn||Actors||Cheape, David|Doherty, George|Gibson, Dick|Gilbride, Andy|Laing, Ali|Manson, Phil|Ruddell, Sam|Soutar, Dave|Strachan, Paul|Wilson, Grant||Actresses||Brymer, Kim|Crabb, Lucy|Crabb, Susan|Doherty, Audrey|Doran, Olivia|Fullerton, Samantha|McCreadie, Linzi|Zubrzycki, Teresa||Musical Director(s)||Gilbride, Andy||Choreographer(s)||Brymer, Kim|Crabb, Susan|Doran, Carolyn|Forbes, Fiona|McCreadie, Linzy|Roberts, Kirsty||Playwright(s)||Dolan-Smith, Karen|Parry, Kate|
|Photo Album||Alice in Wonderland|
This children's classic is brought to life in the adaptation by Kate Parry. All your favourite characters were there; The Cheshire Cat, the Queen of Hearts, the White Rabbit, Mad Hatter and many more. We followed Alice's adventure to find the secret to freeing Wonderland and as in every good panto - good prevailed over evil and a happy ending was of course the outcome.
|Year||2008|2009||Venue(s)||Dibble Tree Theatre|Webster Theatre Arbroath||Style||One Act Plays|Youth Plays||Director(s)||Gibson, Betty||Actors||Cheape, Harry|Dey, Lewis|Doherty, Ethan|Ferguson, David|Gilbride, James|McGregor, Ewan|White, Ross||Actresses||Crabb, Lucy|Doherty, Phoebe|Grant, Amy|McMillan, Kadi|Nicoll, Louise|Ramsay, Katherine|Robertson, Danielle|Ross, Hannah|Strachan, Shona||Awards||Angus Youth Trophy||Playwright(s)||Newbold, Michael|
|Photo Album||Jolly Good Fun|
Jolly Good Fun takes place in an English Country Garden in the 1920's. The cast were aged between eight and seventeen and takes a light hearted look at the upstairs/downstairs characters. The young girls' chatter revolves around Rupert the dsahing young of quite a few dreams. In the meantime our hero Harry is trying to find a way to meet his grilfriend who works as a maid at the house. Add a fortune telleing session and a Murder Mystery Evening to the pot and you can be sure of some 'Jolly Good Fun'
|Year||2008|2009||Venue(s)||Dibble Tree Theatre|Webster Theatre Arbroath||Style||One Act Plays||Director(s)||Strachan, Paul||Actors||Doherty, George|Gilbride, Andy|McSkimming, John||Actresses||Hutchison, Kelly|Roach, Moira|Strachan, Shona|Swinley, Eve||Awards||Ian McKay Trophy|Jess Milne Quaich||Playwright(s)||Richardson, Alan|
|Photo Album||A Fine Gentleman|
David Drummond comes midnight courting his true love, Jean; at the house of her swindling uncle, Samuel Pitcairn. With the aid of his manservant Willie, a ladder, a convenient window and a scheming maid, the lovers' plans to elope to a new life away from a post rebellious Scotland to Nova Scotia are temporarily thwarted by Pitcairn's blunderbuss. But the intervention of a heavily disguised Italian portrait painter changes their fortunes.
|Year||2008||Venue(s)||Dibble Tree Theatre||Style||Full Length Plays||Director(s)||Gordon, Muriel||Actors||Gilbride, Andy||Actresses||Gibson, Betty|McCreadie, Linzi|Swinley, Eve||Playwright(s)||McGillivary, David|
Oo la la! A farce francais to make any Frenchman twiddle his moustache! The women of Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society bring a little 'je ne sais quoi' to a door-slamming farce full of surprises!
|Year||2008||Venue(s)||Aberdeen Arts Centre|Dibble Tree Theatre|Eden Court Theatre, Inverness|Montrose Town Hall||Style||One Act Plays||Director(s)||Gibson, Betty|Gibson, Dick||Actors||Doherty, George|Ruddell, Sam|Wilson, Grant||Actresses||Brymer, Kim|Doran, Carolyn||Awards||Alex Drummond Trophy|Grampian Television Trophy|Ian McKay Trophy|Kennedy Thompson Quaich|Shiells Trophy||Playwright(s)||Leonard, Hugh|
Dominick, having packed his wife off on retreat to an obscure saint's shrine, is poised to enjoy an adulterous affair with sexy Grace. Grace arrives, followed by Dominick's wife, followed by Grace's husband - a formidable Aer Lingus pilot. Eventually the evening is resolved amicably although not quite how Dominick intended!