Tin Alley Players

Tin Alley Players's Productions

  1. Jinks

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1976)

  2. Hedda Gabler (1998)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1998)

  3. Let’s Murder Vivaldi Death

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1985)

  4. Close of Play

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1982)

  5. A Night Out

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1981)

  6. Cinderella on the Box

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1981)

    Pantomime

  7. Measure for Measure (1979)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1979)

  8. Loot (1977)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1977)

    A Black Comedy.

  9. Brand

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1975)

    Ibsen’s play concerning “the fate of the heroic individual, whose struggle toward the discovery of self leads to tragic destruction”. A challenging...

  10. Little Murders (1974)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1974)

  11. Justice is a Woman

    Tin Alley Players

    Play ( 1974)

    A three act legal drama set in Scotland

  12. 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...

  13. East Lynne

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1972)

    A melodrama based on the novel by Mrs. Henry Wood.

  14. Duke of Edinburgh Assassinated

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1972)

  15. Keith Macartney Memorial Theatre Fund Benefit Performance

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1972)

    Performed soon after Keith Macartney’s death to raise funds for the naming and building of a theatre space in his name

  16. Dear Liar

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1971)

    Dramatization of the letters of G. B. Shaw and Mrs Patrick Campbell.

  17. Amphitryon ’38 (1971)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1971)

  18. Gaslight (1970)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1970)

    A thriller set in the late 1800’s. A husband attempts to drive his wife mad in order to secure her fortune.

  19. Electra (1970)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1970)

  20. Julius Caesar (1970)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1970)

    Shakespeare’s tragedy about murder, politics and the quest for power.

  21. Everyman and The Murder of Abel

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1969)

    Everyman written end of 14th century – Fear of death and spiritual victory of Christian Faith.

  22. Hedda Gabler (1969)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1969)

    Ibsen’s famous play on themes of fear, scandal and repression of emotional inner worlds.

  23. Love for Love (1969)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1969)

    The play is set in London in the 1690’s – Restoration Comedy.  

  24. A Lily in Little India

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1968)

  25. Antony and Cleopatra (1968)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1968)

  26. Lily in Little India

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1968)

  27. Captain Swift (1967)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1967)

    An attempt was made to present this melodrama in the style of the period (c. 1890) but neither the producer nor most of the cast were adequate to this task.

  28. A Man for All Seasons (1967)

    Tin Alley Players

    Musical (1967)

  29. Antigone (1966)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1966)

    A rendering of the ancient tale of Antigone and her refusal to adhere the to the King’s decree that her brothers body shall not be burned. A tale of rational respo...

  30. Fairy Tales of New York

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1966)

    A four act play divided into four stories. Performed at the National Theatre

  31. Hay Fever (1965)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1965)

  32. Hay Fever (1965)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1965)

  33. Arms and the Man (1965)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1965)

    A three act play set in a small Bulgarian town near the Dragoman Pass. Had a return season April 20 -21 the same year.

  34. All My Sons (1965)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1965)

    A three act play set in the outskirts of an American town.

  35. And Tomorrow?

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1964)

  36. King Lear (1963)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1963)

    Shakespeare’s great tragedy of a troubled king.

  37. Knight of the Burning Pestle (1961)

    Melbourne University Dramatic Club Tin Alley Players The Marlowe Society

    Play (1961)

    ‘First memorable burlesque, or mock-heroic plee, of the English Theatre.’ Production attempted to recreate Elizabethan theatre.

  38. Dandy Dick

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1960)

    A three act play – “an original farce”.

  39. Alice Sit by the Fire

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1960)

    Rehearsed reading, performed in the Men’s Lounge in Union House.

  40. Juno and the Paycock (1960)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1960)

    First produced 1924, Dublin. ‘Deals with the hopes and disappointments created in members of a Dublin tenement family by a badly phrased will.

  41. Family Album

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1959)

    Set in the drawing room of a house in 1860. Performed in the Frankston Mechanics Inst. Hall. Two articles reporting that Tin Alley Players won VDL One-Act play fest...

  42. Deidre of the Sorrows

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1959)

    A high tragedy that reaches beyond both realism and romanticism.

  43. Ghosts (1958)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1958)

    A piece set in 1880’s in Western Norway.

  44. 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.

  45. 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.

  46. In Camera (1957)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1957)

    A quintessentail Satre work containing the famous maxim “hell is other people”. A classic espousal of existentialism. Part of double bill with Passion, Poison an...

  47. Julius Caesar (1956)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1956)

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

  48. Antigone (1956)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1956)

    A tragedy about the individual versus the state and questions of loyalty.

  49. Hedda Gabler (1955)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1955)

    A four act play set in Norway.

  50. Captain Carvallo

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1955)

    A comedy in 3 acts. “gay comedy”

  51. Love in Albania

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1954)

    A three act play set in London in 1944.

  52. Escape

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1954)

  53. Ardele

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1954)

  54. La Sauvage

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1953)

    Play written in 1934, it shows love springing up, idyllic and unspoiled, out of the very corruptions of a cheap cafe existance. Proceeds in aid of International House Appeal.

  55. Daphne Laureola

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1952)

    A three act play set in London. The program notes that the proceeds will go to the Wilson Hall Appeal and on the back cover there is a history of Wilson Hall and its...

  56. King John

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1952)

  57. Lot’s Wife (1951)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1951)

    A comedy set in Asia Minor. This season of Lot’s Wife is noted as being Tin Alley Players’ 44th production.

  58. Desert Highway (1951)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1951)

    First play to be publicly performed by a group of soldier actors organised within the army as a production unit… attemped to explain the aims and purpose of the st...

  59. An Inspector Calls

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1950)

    Part of the Tin Alley Players 41st season in the Union Theatre

  60. Lady Frederick

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1949)

    A comedy in 3 acts set in late 19th Century Monte-Carlo.

  61. Ah, Wilderness!

    Melbourne University Dramatic Club Tin Alley Players

    Play (1949)

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

  62. Goodnight Children

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1948)

    1908 Sitting Room, Yorkshire

  63. 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...

  64. Currant Pie

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1946)

    ‘A theatrical dish with a Mildura flavour’. In aid of the Melbourne University Mildura Branch Ammenities Fund.

  65. Anna Christie (1946)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1946)

    A four act play telling “the story of a U.S family and the U.S itself. In aid of Mildura Branch Ammenities Fund and Union House Appeal Fund.

  66. Bill of Divorcement

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1946)

  67. Lover

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1946)

    2 x One Act Plays and A series of short sketches performed before T.A.P meeting

  68. Close Quarters

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1946)

  69. Candida (1946)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1946)

    “A pleasant play in 3 acts”. Proceeds went to Union House Appeal Fund.

  70. 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;

  71. Guy Faux

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1946)

  72. I Have Been Here Before

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1945)

    The scene throughout is a sitting-room of the bull Inn, Orindle Moor Norht, Yorkshire at Whitsuntide.

  73. Henry IV Part 1 (1945)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1945)

  74. A Doll’s House (1945)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1945)

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

  75. Lover’s Leap (1945)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1945)

    The action of the play takes place at Helen’s house in the country, between four o’clock of an afternoon in June and ten o’clock the next morning.

  76. Ariadne or Business First

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1945)

    Play-reading of a comedy in three acts. Scene: The lounge room of John Winter’s home in the provincial town of melchester.

  77. Biography

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1945)

    The scene throughout is Marion Froude’s studio-living room in New York.

  78. Lightning Strikes Twice

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1944)

    A three act play set in the outskirts of a small country town. ‘Lightening Strikes Twice is the Tin Alley Players’ first venture into the field of Australian dra...

  79. Arms and the Man (1944)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1944)

    One of Shaw’s earliest works – an anti-romantic comedy about soldiers. In aid of the Opportunity Club and Union House appeal.

  80. By Candlelight

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1944)

  81. Libel (1944)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1944)

  82. Lot’s Wife (1944)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1944)

  83. Margin for Error

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1944)

    A satirical melodrama set in the German consulate of a large U.S city.

  84. Juno and the Paycock (1943)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1943)

  85. Hotel Universe

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1943)

    First produced in New York in 1930. ‘Directed primarily against the selfish and useless way of life of the wealthy upper-crust.’ The plays proceeds are in aid...

  86. Love from a Stranger

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1943)

  87. Hobson’s Choice (1943)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1943)

  88. Family Affairs

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1943)

  89. George and Margaret

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1943)

  90. Hedda Gabler (1943)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1943)

  91. Anna Christie (1942)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1942)

  92. Blithe Spirit (1942)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1942)

  93. Candida (1942)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1942)

  94. Diversion

    Tin Alley Players

    Revue (1942)

  95. A Bill of Divorcement (1941)

    Tin Alley Players

    Musical (1941)

  96. Dear Brutus (1941)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1941)

  97. At Mrs Bean’s (1941)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1941)

  98. Dear Brutus (1941)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1941)

  99. Lady Windermere’s Fan (1941)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1941)

  100. 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...

  101. French without Tears (1941)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1941)

  102. Beyond the Horizon

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1940)

    Revue proceeds went to Blamey House Appeal and Union House appeal

  103. Design for Living (1940)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1940)

  104. Juno and the Paycock (1940)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1940)

  105. French without Tears (1940)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1940)

    A three act set in a small sea side village in the south of south of France

  106. Judgement Day

    Tin Alley Players

    Musical (1940)

  107. Boy Meets Girl

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1940)

  108. Anna Christie (1940)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1940)

  109. It’s Autumn Now

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1940)

  110. Anna Christie (1939)

    Tin Alley Players

    Play (1939)