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This month I had the pleasure of attending one of the final performances of Uniting Productions’ Elizabeth and Grace, a historical drama written by Annie Bilton and directed by Mary Middleton. Uniting Productions specializes in showcasing the work of local … Continue reading
Uniting Productions stage monthly play readings featuring new plays by local Central Coast authors. Having their plays presented in front of a live audience not only gives authors a chance to actually hear their written words come to life but also gives … Continue reading
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Classical performances are a rare treat on the Central Coast so I was thrilled when I heard Uniting Productions were planning to stage an adaptation of Sophocles’ Antigone this month at the Uniting Church hall in Gosford. Director Annie Bilton … Continue reading
An overview of three shows: Uniting Productions’ A Better You, Woy Woy Little Theatre’s Competitive Tenderness, and Gosford Musical Society’s A Christmas Carol. This time of year Coasties are spoiled for local theatre. In the past three weeks I’ve seen … Continue reading