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THE FLASH FESTIVAL AWARDS 2014


35 characters, 22 actors, 11 writers and 10 directors compete for 11 awards! Congratulations to WOY WOY LITTLE THEATRE on the success of of their first FLASH FESTIVAL. WWLT has always been strong in its support of local theatrical talent and … Continue reading

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A review of WWLT’s “THE ODD COUPLE” by Karen Ractliffe


   Woy Woy Little Theatre is having a sell out success with its final offering of the season: Neil Simon’s much loved, Tony Award winning comedy, The Odd Couple. Simon is a prolific American playwright and screenwriter, recipient of numerous … Continue reading

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A review of WWLT’S “Insignificance” by Karen Ractliffe


(image courtesy of WWLT website – please click to view full size) The scene is a smart hotel room. A large window over the bed reveals the bright lights and familiar skyline of New York City. Fifties music plays while … Continue reading

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WWLT’s “A Streetcar Named Desire”: a review by Karen Ractliffe


Woy Woy Little Theatre’s second play of their 2014 season is the Pulitzer prize winning drama, A Streetcar Named Desire, by renowned playwright, Tennessee Williams (1911-1983).  Williams penned a number of American stage classics, such as The Glass Menagerie, Cat … Continue reading

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A Review of WWLT’s “Straight & Narrow”


Woy Woy Little Theatre’s first play of the season is a funny but poignant comedy-drama penned by English playwright, Jimmy Chinn, and directed by Denise Main. Chinn also wrote for radio and television, most notably Emmerdale Farm and Coronation Street. … Continue reading

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A review of WWLT’s “Dial M For Murder” by Karen Ractliffe


When I was younger I developed a taste for Hollywood’s golden era from watching the Sunday matinee movie presentations on ‘the box’. I particularly enjoyed Hitchcock’s thrillers, and one of my favourites was the classic Dial M For Murder, the … Continue reading

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