is real too dangerous for australians? 

Written by The Wolves Theatre Company’s Playwright, Michael Gray Griffith, REAL is a DANGEROUS play.  But is it too dangerous for Australian audiences? Why not come along and watch it and tell us your thoughts?

The esteemed actor John Wood will play along side Ezra Bix one of Melbourne’s most respected theatre actors. Also on stage will be Elizabeth O’Callaghan and Candice Leask.

DATE TIME: Sunday 2nd May 2021: 2:00 PM

LOCATION 2 Denham Street, Hawthorn, Vic 3122

The reason for having it in Hawthorn is convenience for the audience. The space we are using is serviced by the 75 and the 48 trams and is close to Hawthorn train station.

Bringing New Theatre To The People

I had a great chat with Sherryl-Lee Secomb, a theatre marketing specialist.

Here is her link to her website 

She told me that I should concentrate on what is in it for the customer which we have started trying to do.  But the thing we talked about most was how to reach people who don’t come to new Australian theatre, which is over 96% of the community . We decided to use the advice of Dick Smith who said if you believe in your company then use your face.   This is the first of a few ads, which do both, we’ll see if they have any reaction.

UPDATE: After Tasmania in June, Marooned will be heading to Brisbane

MAROONED at The ALEX

LOCATION

Alex Theatre

1/135 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda VIC 3182

DATE & TIME

23 24 April 2021

Doors open 7.00pm

BOOK NOW FOR FRIDAY 23rd April

BOOK NOW FOR SATURDAY 24th April

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MAROONED at KINGSTON

LOCATION

Kingston Arts Centre Theatre.

979 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin

DATE & TIME

Sat 1 May 2021  7:30PM

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Does offering free tickets work with theatre?

I’ve noticed that complimentary tickets don’t often get used and free tickets don’t pay the bills, they also communicate the fact that maybe it’s not very good. So in this video below I talk about something new we are trialing: Something far less theatrical.

“A money back Guarantee!” 

If you come to Marooned and find it boring, then I will personally give you your money back. Reason being, we would have failed you, for what we are selling to you is an experience. If you don’t get it, why should you pay?

THE MAGNOLIA TREE

Tickets are selling well to the country gig shows.

  • 13th May Thursday Williamstown Hall Hobsons Bay
  • 14th May The Potato Shed Geelong
  • Sat 15th RRRTAG Colac
  • 16th Birchip Public Hall
  • 17th Kaniva Shire Hall
  • 22nd The Moyhu Memorial Hall King Valley
  • 26th Weds 26th May The Forge Theatre Bairnsdale
  • 27th May The Wedge Theatre Sale: matinee and an evening show

Click here to check locations and dates for The Magnolia tree Tour