Pocketful of Pebbles by Victoria Carless, Lisa Smith and Tammy Weller/ Inspired by Traditional Tales

Pocketful of Pebbles is a new work for children inspired by three lesser known traditional tales.

'Stories only exist if they are shared.'

Presented by White Rabbit Theatre Ensemble in collaboration with The Arts Centre Gold Coast

Featuring Tammy Weller, Zachary Boulton, Anna Straker, Lisa Smith and Louise Brehmer.

Photography Credit: Stephen Henry

Supported by the Regional Arts Development Fund / City of Gold Coast

SLIDE NIGHT by Victoria Carless

The Van Huon Pine Family invites you to share in an evening of nostalgia, cocktail onions and kabana as they take a stroll down memory lane. Dim the lights, grab the popcorn … This is Slide Night.

Created through the collating of real memories and images shared by locals and visitors from summer’s past, this piece is both a celebration and an excavation of our iconic city, the Gold Coast, and the Memory Keepers that call it home.

Supported by Regional Arts Development Fund /City of Gold Coast

THE GRAND by Victoria Carless

The Grand is the story of hotel proprietress Matilda and her apprentice Eugenia, taking us behind the closed doors of a once grand hotel. The women struggle against each other and the insidious creeping of the world outside the doors, relying increasingly on games and routine in the face of something unknown.

Directed by Lisa Smith. Featuring Anna Mowry and Tammy Weller.

Photo Credit: Aaron Ashley

Supported by Regional Arts Development Fund / City of Gold Coast

GENEVIEVE AND THE HONEST BUS STOP by Lisa Smith

Short and Sweet Festival 2012

Winner People’s Choice and Judges Choice Gold Coast Final and People’s Choice Brisbane Gala Final

Genevieve’s life is perfect - at least from the outside. Little does she know that her path is about to cross with an old school chum, Lucy, who’s bluntness and honesty will unravel everything Gen thought she knew about her past, her fiancé, and her life.

LOVE MEANS NOTHING IN TENNIS

A collection of monologues exploring love and dating, and White Rabbit Theatre Ensemble’s first official production in February 2012. Presented by White Rabbit Theatre Ensemble and collaborating artists at The Courtyard Theatre, Café Lumbini. Works by Ziella Bryars, Lisa Keddie, Lisa Smith, Fred Quillemby, Jolyon Coy and Maev Mac Coille.

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