Written By: Robert Lord
Director: David Collins
Sunday April 14th, at 2.30pm
Tuesday April 16th, at 7.30pm
12-27 July, 2019
Rehearsals will be three times a week – Tuesday & Thursday evenings, and Sunday daytime.
Please contact the Director, David Collins, at firstname.lastname@example.org for audition info and to book an audition date.
Fleigner Hall, 31-39 Highland Avenue, Oakleigh East, VIC 3166
Encore Theatre proudly presents Robert Lord’s masterclass in comedy, “WELL HUNG”, directed by David Collins.
Set in the somewhat rundown main office of a police station in a small Australian town, circa 1970’s.
Written by the late New Zealand playwright Robert Lord, it’s a play of based around mistaken identities and police cock-ups. “Well Hung” features a kook, a cop, his wife and her lover.
A deliciously funny, furious, farcical comedy of the highest calibre.
BERT – Male. 30s-40s
A police sergeant and a bit of a worrier. He is married to Lynette.
TREV – Male. 20s
A police constable, who takes great care of his appearance and is very-much aware women find him attractive.
SHARP – Male – 40s-50s
A detective, who has been sent from the city to help solve the crime at the centre of the story. He believes himself to be one of the greatest detectives of all time.
LYNETTE – Female. 30s-40s
Bert’s wife, who has lived in the town her whole life.
HORTENSIA – Female. 40s-50s
A writer of romance novels and leading-light of the local theatre troupe.
WALLY – Male. 30s-50s
Unemployed and not very bright. He is blamed for most of the crime committed in the area.
ADAM – Male. 30s-50s
Gentleman farmer and organiser of the annual Blossom Festival. He considers himself to be very important.