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RELATIVE MERITS

Directed by Les Solomon

Assistant Director: Emily Kennedy

Starring James Wright, Jeff Teale

Lighting Design: Markus Weber

Lighting Operator: Kyle Stephens

King Street Theatre, Newtown 4-28 July, 2013

  

"...an excellent play which still speaks convincingly to a contemporary audience...it works so well because it challenges stereotypes and requires the audience to engage with the characters in a very personal way, so that we become intensely involved in their story."

                                            - Mary Wren, Sydney Arts Guide  

THE DEATH OF PETER PAN

Directed by Robert Chuter

Starring Ian Rooney, Kieran McShane, Jordan Armstrong, Sean Paisley Collins, Matthew Werkmeister, Gabby Llewelyn Salter, Benjamin Byrne, Alexander Moller, Frédérique Fouché

C ostume & Set Design: Elissa Hulla

Lighting Designer: Rob Sowinski

Music & Sound Design: Andrew Bishop

Stage Manager/Lighting Operator: Chloe Woodman

Chapel Off Chapel, Melbourne

 

 

 

HEIR RAISING

By Barry Lowe

Based on the film, "Violet's Visit," screenplay by Barry Lowe and Andrew Creagh, from an idea by Richard Turner

Directed by Elaine Hudson

Starring Darrin Redgate,

Fusebox Theatre, Sydney 27 February - 22 March 2009

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEEING THINGS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SHAKIN' THE BLUES AWAY

Conceived and Written by Barry Lowe

Directed by Robert Chuter

Starring Jane Badler

Musical Director: Mark Fitzgibbon

 

Cabaret song and biography of four of the great torch singers: Ruth Etting, Helen Morgan, Lillian Roth and Libby Holman.

  

Statement Lounge, Sydney (2005)

Directed by Robert Chuter

The Butterfly Club, Melbourne (2005)

Directed by Robert Chuter     

BY THE SHORT & CURLIES

Directed by Bernie O'Regan

Starring Alastair Tomkins

Theatreworks, Melbourne 3-9 October, 2005

A THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHT STANDS: The Life of Jon Vincent

By Barry Lowe

Adapated from the book, 'A Thousand and One Night Stands,' by Hope A. Carson

Directed by Robert Chuter

Starring Aaron Smith

Designed by Anthony Breslin

Theatreworks, Melbourne January/February 2004

OSCAR WILDE’S THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (AS PERFORMED BY THE INMATES OF READING GAOL)

 Conceived and Adapated by Barry Lowe from the play by Oscar Wilde

Directed by Elaine Hudson

New Theatre, Sydney February/March 2002

 

All-male version of Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy in an ad hoc production performed by the inmates of Reading prison in an attempt to cheer up the depressed playwright.

                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SHE'S NO ANGEL: A Mae West Vaudeville

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE TURN OF THE SCREW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCAM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE GREAT GATSBY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DUTCH COURAGE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE EXTRAORDINARY ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE SIZE-QUEEN CLUB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REHEARSING THE SHOWER SCENE FROM PSYCHO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOKYO ROSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DRAGON FLY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE BARRICADE

 

 

 

 

 

ELBOW GREASE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LYRICS FOR A LOST LOVE SONG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROSALEN: WICKED WITCH OF THE CROSS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIP SERVICE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE FINISHING SCHOOL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LETTUCE CUTLETS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EGO POSITIONING

 By Barry Lowe

Directed by Richard Turner

Music Arrangements: Derrick Bailey

Starring Carl Jones, Andy Farmer, Christopher Lyons, David Van Der Veen, Malcolm Wild, Marcus Williams

Bresford Hotel Hothouse, Sydney   

 

 SONG: 'Don't Get Your Coloured Hankies in a Knot' with Music by Derrick Bailey, Lyrics by Barry Lowe

 

 

 

 

 

 

THERE ARE FAIRIES AT THE BOTTOM OF THE GARDEN

Conceived by Barry Lowe

Research by Larry Galbraith

Directed by Anthony Ingersent

Musical Director: Ian McCahon

Choreography: Frank Garfield

Starring Rosalie Howard, Tina Scott, Andy farmer, David mellor, Anthony O'Keeffe

Bijou Room, Balmain Town Hall Hotel, Sydney 4 November - 11 December, 1982

 

Songs by Noel Coward, Lionel Bart, Bessie Smith, Peter Allen, Cole Porter, Elton John, Frances Faye, Tom Robinson, Porter Grainger.

 

WRITER'S CRAMP

By Barry Lowe

Directed by Richard Turner

Starring Carl Jones, Dennis Scott, David Van Der Veen, Malcolm Wild,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOMME FATALE [Pleasance Theatre, Islington, 21 June-03 July, 2005] With Christopher Pender as Joey Stefano.  Written by Barry Lowe, directed by Robert Chuter, designed by Anthony Breslin, costume design by Alban Farrawell and lighting design by Chris Sanders.  Produced by Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre as part of 2005 London Pride Festival Fortnight 

SHAKIN’ THE BLUES AWAY [The Butterfly Club, South Melbourne, Preview: 25 April then 28 April – 08 May, 2005] With Jane Badler and Mark Fitzgibbon, written by Barry Lowe, directed by Robert Chuter and lighting design by Chris Sanders.  Produced by Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre

SHAKIN’ THE BLUES AWAY [Statement Lounge Bar, State Theatre, Sydney, 05 & 12 November, 2005] With Jane Badler with Mark Fitzgibbon, written by Barry Lowe and directed by Robert Chuter.  Produced by Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre & TAA Entertainment

HOMME FATALE [Theatreworks, St. Kilda, 27 January-12 February, 2004] With Christopher Pender as Joey Stefano. Written by Barry Lowe, directed by Robert Chuter, designed by Anthony Breslin, costume design by Alban Farrawell, lighting design by Benjamin Daly and stage manager Kylie Klump. Produced by Daniel Solis for Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre as part of 2004 Midsumma Festival

A THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHT STANDS: THE LIFE OF JON VINCENT [Theatreworks, St. Kilda, 28 January-14 February, 2004] With Aaron Smith. Written by Barry Lowe from the book by Hope A. Carson, directed by Robert Chuter, designed by Anthony Breslin, costume design by Alban Farrawell, lighting design by Benjamin Daly and stage manager Kylie Klump.  Produced by Daniel Solis for Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre as part of 2004 Midsumma Festival 

HOMME FATALE [Theatreworks, St. Kilda, 01-12 February, 2000] With Stuart Halusz as Joey Stefano. Written by Barry Lowe, produced and directed by Robert Chuter, costume design by Alban Farrawell, lighting design by Rob Irwin, stage manager Brian Preston and production assistant Daniel Knight.  Produced by Robert Chuter and Glen Guillou for Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre as part of 2000 Midsumma Festival

HOMME FATALE [The Blue Room, Northbridge, 15-26 February, 2000] With Stuart Halusz as Joey Stefano. Written by Barry Lowe, produced and directed by Robert Chuter, costume design by Alban Farrawell, lighting design by Jake Newby and production assistant Daniel Knight. Produced by Robert Chuter & Glen Guillou for Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre as part of the inaugural WA Fringe Festival

THE TURN OF THE SCREW [Rippon Lea, Elsternwick, Preview: 26 December then 29 December 1998-11 February, 1999] With Sean Ladhams as Douglas, Tanya Burne as The Governess, Philippa Chappel as Mrs. Grose, Felicity Radak as Miss Flora, Tom Pitts as Master Miles and Karl Gorman as Peter Quint.  Adapted by Barry Lowe from the novella by Henry James, directed by Robert Chuter, assistant director John Jacobs, costume design by Kathrine Ashton and stage manager Victoria Giummurra. Produced by Linda Perkins & Robert Chuter for Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre

THE GREAT GATSBY  [Rippon Lea, Elsternwick, Previews: 24 & 26 December, 1997 then 28 December-11 February, 1998] With Brett Tucker as Jay Gatsby, Anthony Neate as Nick Carraway, Don Atkinson as Tom Buchanan, Elizabeth Fleming as Daisy Buchanan, Stephanie Power as Jordan Baker, Anthony Morton as George Wilson, Jane Badler as Myrtle Wilson, Chris Wallace as Meyer Wolfsheim, Ezra Bix as Owl-Eyes, Simon Oats as Michaelis, John Flaus as Mr. Gatz and co-starring Amelia Davies, Linda Perkins, Tamasyn Ramsay, Charlie Clausen, Benjamin T. Lineker and Kirk Robson.  Adapted by Barry Lowe from the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, directed by Robert Chuter, costume design by Yvette Browne and George Chan, production manager Linda Perkins, stage managers James Bartram and Amelia Davies, assistant stage manager Benjamin T. Lineker, choreographer Elizabeth Bellotti and assistant director Charlie Clausen.  Produced by Russell Ousley & Robert Chuter for Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre  

THE DEATH OF PETER PAN [La Mama Theatre, Carlton, 09-20 August, 1989] With David Tredinnick as Michael Llewelyn-Davies, Sam Sejavka as Rupert Buxton, Matthew McConnon as Nico, Andrea Swifte as French Whore, John Paisley as Sir J. M. Barrie, Patrick Le Conte as French Waiter, Timothy Jones as Arthur Bassett, Fiona Ferguson as Mary Ansell and Kevin Hopkins as Roger Senhouse.   Written by Barry Lowe, directed by Robert Chuter, designed by Marc Raszewski, lighting design by Christopher Coe, costume design by Neville Kerr, soundtrack by Donald Baldie and stage manager Belinda Davis.  Produced by Robert Chuter, Belinda Davis & Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre for La Mama Theatre

THE DEATH OF PETER PAN [Universal Theatre II, Fitzroy, 25 October- ? 1989] With David Tredinnick as Michael Llewelyn-Davies, Sam Sejavka as Rupert Buxton, Matthew McConnon as Nico, Fiona Thorn as French Whore, John Paisley as Sir J. M. Barrie,  Patrick Le Conte as French Waiter, Richard Aspel as Arthur Bassett,  Fiona Ferguson as Mary Ansell and Kevin Hopkins as Roger Senhouse.   Written by Barry Lowe, directed by Robert Chuter, designed by Marc Raszewski, costume design by Neville Kerr, lighting design by Stephen Kainey, production by Belinda Davis & soundtrack by Donald Baldie.  Produced by Stefano Boscutti & Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre.

SAL [La Mama Theatre, Carlton, 22-27 September, 1988] With Jeff Kovski as Sal Mineo. Written by Barry Lowe, directed by Robert Chuter and designed by Wain Fimeri. Produced by Melinda Tuz & Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre for La Mama as part of 1988 Spoleto Fringe Festival

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THE DEATH OF PETER PAN [St. Martin’s Theatre, South Yarra on 17 December, 1988] With John Paisley, David Tredinnick, Sam Sejavka, Daniel Lillford, Neil Modra, Daniel Zika, Rebecca Dontschuk and Gary Kliger. Written by Barry Lowe, directed by Robert Chuter & hosted by Helen Mitchell. Produced by Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre

THE DEATH OF PETER PAN [La Mama Theatre, Carlton on 06 May, 1989] With John Paisley, David Tredinnick, Sam Sejavka, Daniel Lillford, Kevin Hopkins, Matthew McConnon, Pamela Sidney, Rebecca Dontschuk, Patrick Le Conte and Gary Kliger. Written by Barry Lowe, directed by Robert Chuter & hosted by Helen Mitchell. Produced by Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre 

OUR LADY OF THE LAVATORY  [La Mama Theatre, Carlton c. 1988] With Rebecca Dontschuk, Stephen Whittaker & George Malack Written by Barry Lowe, directed by Robert Chuter Produced by Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre 

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A DIFFICULT YOUNG MAN [Rippon Lea, Elsternwick on 18 January, 1998] With Rod McLennan as Steven Langton, Frances Hutson as Laura Langton, Ezra Bix as Guy, Simon Oats as Dominic, Alexander Schepisi as Helena Craig, Gary Kliger as George Langton, Joy Mitchell as Baba and Alan Morgan as Colonel Rodgers.   Adapted by Barry Lowe from the book by Martin Boyd, directed by Robert Chuter and hosted by Ezra Bix. Produced by Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre as part of the Sunday Afternoon Deckchair Readings

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