Tin Alley Players

Tin Alley Players's Productions

  1. A Night Out

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1981)

  2. A Man for All Seasons (1973)

    Tin Alley Players

    Musical (1973)

    Director’s Note- This play is about a reluctant martyr: Sir Thomas More was not one to zealously seek death – on the contrary, as a man who relished life, he use...

  3. A Lily in Little India

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1968)

  4. A Man for All Seasons (1967)

    Tin Alley Players

    Musical (1967)

  5. Six Characters in Search of an Author – 1958

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1958)

    The play concerns six characters who have been created by an author for a play yet to be written. They attempt to tell their story to the producer of the play.

  6. A Physician In Spite of Himself (1957)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1957)

    A one act play set in France 1666. Performed at the Frankston Mechanics Institiue Hall.

  7. Julius Caesar

    Tin Alley Players

    Musical (1956)

    Shakespeare’s famous telling of the bloody, conniving and murderous Roman empire around the rule and death of Julius Caesar.

  8. Ah, Wilderness!

    Melbourne University Dramatic Club Tin Alley Players

    Play (1949)

    A four act play – an amiable study of family life.

  9. A Hundred Years Old

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1947)

    A 3 act play set in a small Andalusian town. 3 very old bound copies at script -(1 incomplete). Also located: Elden de Steiger and Rowden White Library Proceeds to U...

  10. A Bill of Divorcement (1946)

    Tin Alley Players

    Musical (1946)

    Playreadings Performed as part of the Kew Arts Festival. Program cost 6d. References from: Theatre Production DB; annual report;

  11. A Doll’s House (1945)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1945)

    A play pleading the individuality of women. Proceeds to Union House Appeal Fund.

  12. A Bill of Divorcement (1941)

    Tin Alley Players

    Musical (1941)

  13. A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1941)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1941)

    9 sell out performances. Miss Muriel Cheek sang songs composed by Margaret Sutherland at a meeting of the ‘staff and distaff’. A review from The Sun News-Pictori...