English drama group

Past Plays

The Thanksgiving Play Larissa Fasthorse

Out of Order by Ray Cooney

The Awesome Christmas Cabaret #6

Hamlet: Something's rockin' in the state of Denmark by Shakespear

August: Osage County by Tracy Letts (Winter 2020)

Bunbury  by Tom Jacobson (Summer 2019)

The Awsome Christmas Cabaret #4 (Winter 2019)

12  based on 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose (Summer 2018)

A Musical Evening with Songs from the Rocky Horror Show (Winter 2018)

Harold & Maude  by Hal Ashby & Colin Higgins (Summer 2017)

The Awsome Christmas Cabaret #3 (Winter 2017)

William Shakespeare: Wlm Shxpr  based on the works of William Shakespeare; adapted by Daniel Morgenroth (Summer 2016)

Popcorn  by Ben Elton (Winter 2016)

Paradise!  by John Milton; adapted by Daniel Morgenroth (Summer 2015)

God of Carnage  by Yasmina Reza (Winter 2015)

Malfi!  by John Webster; adapted by Daniel Morgenroth (Summer 2014)

Stop Kiss  by Diana Son (Winter 2014)

Move Over Mrs. Markham  by Ray Conney & John Chapman (Summer 2013)

Arsenic and Old Lace  by Joseph Kesselring (Winter 2013)

The Fat Lady Sings in Little Grimley  by Samuel French (Winter 2012)

The Night Before Christmas  by Samuel French (Winter 2012)

Run for your Wife  by Ray Cooney (Summer 2011)

The Importance of Being Earnest  by Oscar Wilde (Winter 2011)

Habeas Corpus  by Alan Benett (Summer 2010)

The Memory of Water  by Shelagh Stephenson (Winter 2010)

London Suite  by Neil Simon (Summer 2009)

Woman in Mind  by Alan Ayckbourn (Winter 2009)

Alarms and Excursions  by Michael Frayn (Summer 2008)

Beyond Therapy  by Christopher Durang (Winter 2008)

Rumors  by Neil Simon (Summer 2007)

Two  by Jim Cartwright (Winter 2007)

Confusions  by Alan Ayckbourn (Summer 2006)

The Real Inspector Hound  by Tom Stoppard (Winter 2006)

What You Will  based on Shakespeare's Twelfth Night (Summer 2005)

Laughter In The Lecture Theatre  Comedy On Campus (Winter 2005)

Farfetched Fables  by George Bernard Shaw (Summer 2004)

After Magritte  by Tom Stoppard (Summer 2004)

The English Zone  by Sarah Al-Heli (Summer 2004)

Romanoff and Juliet  by Peter Ustinoff (Winter 2004)

Overtones  by Alice Gerstenberg (Winter 2004)

Battle of Angels  by Tennessee Williams (Winter 2004)

The Crucible  by Arthur Miller (Summer 2003)

Carmilla  by Robert Rappaport (Winter 2003)

Dracula by Liz Lochhead (Winter 2003)

The Lady of Larkspur Lotion & The Long Goodbye  by Tennessee Williams (Winter 2002)

The Long Christmas Dinner  by Thornton Wilder (Winter 2002)

Director: Bruce Watson

A Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde (Summer 2001)
Mort. by Terry Pratchett (Winter 2001)
Lysistrata by Aristophanes (Summer 2000)
Wyrd Sister by Terry Pratchett (Winter 2000)
Nude with Violin by Noel Croward (Summer 1999)
The After-Dinner Joke by Caryl Churchill (Winter 1999)

Director: Elizabeth Catling

Mother Figure by Alan Ayckbourn (Summer 1998)
Death & the Maiden Ariel Dorfman (Summer 1998)
Between Mouthfuls by Alan Ayckbourn (Winter 1998)
Seven Menus by David Ives (Winter 1998)
The Black and White by Harold Pinter (Winter 1998)
God by Woody Allen (Summer 1997)
Lettice and Lovage by Peter Shaffner (Winter 1997)
The Tempest by William Shakespeare (Summer 1996)
She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith (Winter 1996)

Director: Andrew Tidmarsh

Death & the Maiden by Ariel Dorfman (Summer 1995)
Variations by Sheila Yeger (Summer 1995)
Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare (Winter 1995)
Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward (Summer 1994)
Teechers by John Godber (Winter 1994)
A Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde (Summer 1993)
Pravda by Howard Brenton & David Hare (Winter 1993)

Director: Rush Wishart

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen (Summer 1992)
A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare (Winter 1992)
The Worlds by Edward Bond (Summer 1991)
The Rivals by R.B. Sheridan (Winter 1991)

Director: Chris Balme

The Season of Sarsaparilla by Patrick White (Winter 1990)
The Man of Mode by Sir George Etherege (Summer 1989)
Equus by Peter Shaffer (Winter 1989)
Chameleon by Chris Balme (Summer 1998)
The Crucible by Arthur Miller (Winter 1988)
Habeas Corpus by Alan Bennett (Summer 1987)
All's Well that Ends Well by William Shakespeare (Winter 1987)

Director: Hilary Duffield

The Birthday Party by Harold Pinter (Summer 1986)
Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe (Winter 1986)
Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer (Summer 1985)
Thirteenth Night by Howard Brenton (Winter 1985)

Director: Jeremy Wooding

Blood Red Roses by John McGrath (Summer 1984)
Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare (Winter 1984)
Under Mild Wood by Dylan Thomas (Summer 1983)
The Happy Haven by John Arden (Winter (1983)

Director: Ray Cunningham

Otherwise Engaged by Simon Gray (Summer 1982)
The Beggar's Opera by John Gay (Winter 1982)
The Real Inspector Hound by Tom Stoppard (Summer 1981)
Sheppey by William Somerset Maugham (Winter 1981)

Director: William Capriano

Narrow Road to the Deep North by Edward Bond (Summer 1980)
Marcus Brutus by Paul Foster (Winter 1980)
Landscape by Harold Pinter (Summer 1979)
Six Review Sketches by Harold Pinter (Summer 1979)
A Night Out by Harold Pinter (Summer 1979)
Thieves by Herb Gardiner (Winter 1979)

Director: Chris Swanton

Shakespeare's Love Scenes by N. P. Langley (Summer 1978)
Faustus Teil I by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Winter 1979)
The Ruling Class by Peter Barnes (Summer 1977)
Zigger Zagger by Peter Terson (Winter 1977)
Suddenly Last Summer by Tennessee Williams (Summer 1976)
The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde (Winter 1976)