Harbour Theatre Presents...

Charitable Intent


By David Williamson
Director: Christine Ellis
A Community Theatre Production by special arrangement with Camerons Management

EVENING @ 7:30pm
Sept 28, 29,
Oct 1, 3, 4, 5 & 6

MATINEE @ 2pm
Sept 30 & Oct 7

Charitable Intent

Bookings


TAZ Entertainment
  08 9255 3336
  www.whatson.com.au/harbourtheatre

TICKET PRICES
A$25.50 Full
A$23.50 Concession
A$20.50 F/T Student/child <15 yrs
NOTE: Ticket fees apply
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At arrival to the theatre please present yourself to the Harbour Theatre Box Office
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There are NO REFUNDS and Harbour Theatre reserve the right to sell any unclaimed tickets or reservations not collected prior to curtain up

Sometimes, the most charitable intentions go awry!

A conniving, narcissistic, backstabbing female CEO is the central character in Harbour Theatre’s production of CHARITABLE INTENT, winner of the 2002 Best New Play in the annual Green Room Awards.

Australia’s most prolific and awarded playwright David Williamson has used his dislike of management to bring humour to this, his final play in the Jack Manning trilogy.

Directed by reknowned community theatre personality Christine Ellis who has a passion for directing plays that have strong roles for women, CHARITABLE INTENT deals with many workplace issues that people may yet face or have faced during their working lives, with humour and humanity.

A new CEO has been appointed to a not-for-profit charity and her modern corporate methods cause conflict with the staid, long term members of the organisation. The new CEO seems oblivious to the meaningless nature of corporate lingo but somehow seems to have captivated the Chairperson and the Board with her textbook management drivel. The harmonious operation of the organisation has now become dysfunctional to the extent that the board requires a conflict resolution session, in an attempt to restore balance. The meeting spirals out of control to the extent that there are head-to-head confrontations and workplace bullying becomes obvious.. One of the appealing features of this play is having a classic soap opera style nasty central character who the audience can metaphorically hiss and boo at. The CEO seems oblivious to the chaos caused and demands a mass sacking of the employees. Will the truth be revealed and rescue a workplace in disarray?

CHARITABLE INTENT is a powerful play that shows the contradictions that erupt as workplace values change.


CAST:
Jack Manning: Robert Jackson
Bryony: Charlotte Weber
Amanda: Katherine English
Stella: Mandy Orr
Guilia: Rachel Bartlett
Cassie: Andrea O'Donnell
Tamsyn: Clare Talbot





Venue

Mosman Park Memorial Hall (Camelot Theatre)
16 Lochee Street (cnr Solomon St)
MOSMAN PARK WA

A copy of the venue seating plan can be downloaded from here


Dates

EVENING: September 28, 29, October 1, 3, 4, 5 & 6
Commencing at 7:30pm SHARP

MATINEE: September 30 & October 7
Commencing at 2:00pm SHARP

NOTE: Doors open 40 minutes prior


Bookings

GENERAL PUBLIC
  08 9255 3336
  www.whatson.com.au/harbourtheatre

HARBOUR THEATRE MEMBERS
  08 9255 3336
  tazREMOVE@REMOVEtaztix.com.au
NOTE: Harbour Theatre Members can now book directly through TAZTix via phone or email (include "Harbour Theatre Member Booking" in the email subject line). Please state your Harbour Theatre Membership Number at the time of booking. Ticket fees DO NOT apply for Harbour Theatre Members, however if also booking for friends payment will need to be made at the time of booking.

AT THE DOOR
In Mosman Park and wanting to see a high quality community theatre product?
Then drop on by the theatre, however, we cannot guarantee availability on the night.
We accept CASH only at the door.



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