March 4, 2017

Enquiries regarding tickets should only be directed to 9587 5141. Do not contact the Shirley Burke Theatre directly as our ticketing system does not go through their box office.  

Mailed ticket exchanges or returns should be sent to
Mordialloc Theatre Company, PO Box 80, Mentone  Vic  3194.

 

Book online for ‘Equally Divided’.  Online bookings open at 10 am on Monday 24 July.

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Equally Divided

by Ronald Harwood

Directed by Cheryl Ballantine Richards

1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9 (matinee & evening), 10,  14, 15, 16 September

Evenings: 8 pm  Matinees: 2.30 pm

Shirley Burke Theatre, 64 Parkers Rd, Parkdale

 

 

This all too human comedy about trying to do the right thing, is by Oscar-nominated author and playwright Ronald Harwood, who penned The Dresser and Quartet. It is a domestically familiar tale: Edith likes to think she is a good person. She was a dutiful daughter to her demanding mother, while selfish, younger sister Renata got all the attention (and all the husbands). Now their mother has died, the estate is to be divided equally between the impecunious spinster Edith and her rich, much-married sister Renata. Edith looked after ‘Ma’ for ages; Renata barely lifted one of her painted fingernails to help the old dear. But something tells her that Renata – glamorous, impossible, Renata – will always come out on top. The plot centres on the question – will Edith find that honesty, like beauty, is only skin deep? Will their eccentric mother’s temptingly portable collection of antiques, littered round the set, an old railway carriage on a beach in Southern England, prove a temptation too far?

 

CAST 

EDITH TAYLOR:  Elizabeth Garnsworthy

RENATA TAYLOR:  Wendy McRae

CHARLES MOWBRAY:  Rob Coulson 

FABIAN HILL:  Peter Roberts

 

AUDITIONS FOR ‘LEADING LADIES’ – Go to our Auditions page for details

 

MTC 2017 Season Brochure

Please note that Yearly VIPs see 5 plays for $100.00.    

Bookings for individual plays open approximately five weeks before each season starts.