Thomus is in a new city; falling in new love; making new friends. He will let his new power be known. Inspired by David Lynch films and youthful angst, THOMUS will be one quick, impact-full, psycho-thriller. Starring Amelia Reynolds (Tally).
A bustling hub until the late 80s, Arohanui has struggled to reclaim its glory since the demand for fax machines died out. Inexplicably. But when your home changes from rural-hotspot to eerie no-mans-land how do you choose to remember it? Especially if you can’t leave. Starring Amelia Reynolds (Tally).
Amelia Reynolds (Tally) performs in STOMACH, a play addressing the deeper issues for women around eating disorders.
Two women meet for a parent teacher interview – Teresa the teacher, and Marion (Beth Allen – Amber) the mother of one of the Year 3 students. Events beyond the classroom walls come crashing into the room – with dramatic results for both women.
Henrietta (Amelia Reynolds – Tally) is probably the coolest cat she knows. Rockstar best friend, high-flying boyfriend and a tight as bunch of kickass mates! She’s 10yrs on from high school and living the dream. So what if Henny’s world is a tad…unbelievable. Perception IS reality, right?
CAROLINE slept with CHRIS who’s pestering HILLARY who’s friends with FIONA (Amelia Reynolds – Tally) who tolerates SEBASTIAN who’s bugging SCOTT who’s starting to wonder if Inviting Caroline was a really BAD IDEA.
THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES moves beyond embarrassment and fear and examines how “down there” is a means of female empowerment and the ultimate embodiment of individuality. Starring Beth Allen (Amber), Antonia Prebble (Trudy) and Fleur Saville (Ruby).
In LITTLE BLONDE HEN seven women gather for an evening of pre-wedding debauchery. Starring Victoria Spence (Salene) as Nicole, Antonia Prebble (Trudy) as Elvira, and Beth Allen (Amber) as Megan.