TenX10 2020

March 12th - March 22nd

BTC ARTS SHED, GOLDEN SQUARE

As time has gone by and attention spans have grown shorter, there has been a desire in theatre for something a bit more bite sized for both the performers and the audiences. So running times dwindled from three acts to two acts, two acts to one and then in comes the ten-minute play.

About the Show

As time has gone by and attention spans have grown shorter, there has been a desire in theatre for something a bit more bite sized for both the performers and the audiences. So running times dwindled from three acts to two acts, two acts to one and then in comes the ten-minute play.

Bendigo Theatre Company’s annual TenX10 Season casts a huge net out to writers, directors and performers who want to try their hand at something new.  With no barrier to age, gender or experience – TENx10 offers participants the ability to experience the many aspects of theatre within a smaller time commitment – and it’s a great way to meet a whole group of folks who are enjoying being involved in the theatre experience.

Audiences leave the TenX10 Season laughing, crying and thinking, with such a broad season drawing from such a wide range of stimulus paired with performers and directors who get the chance to flex their creative muscles. What’s not to love?

In 2020, Bendigo Theatre Company is so proud to be partnering with the Bendigo Pride Festival with our TenX10 Season as one of their pride events. In keeping with this partnership, all of the plays in this Season have some link to the theme of ‘Pride’ and audiences will just have to come and find out what those links are.

ADDITONAL INFORMATION

LOCATION:
BTC ARTS SHED
15-17 ALLINGHAM ST,
GOLDEN SQUARE

DATES:
MARCH 12TH – MARCH 22ND 2020

SHOWS:
7:30PM ON MARCH 12TH
7:30PM ON MARCH 13TH
2:00PM ON MARCH 14TH
7:30PM ON MARCH 14TH
2:00PM ON MARCH 15TH
7:30PM ON MARCH 19TH
7:30PM ON MARCH 20TH
2:00PM ON MARCH 21ST
7:30PM ON MARCH 21ST
2:00PM ON MARCH 22ND

TICKETS:
ALL TICKETS: $12.00

2020 PLAYS

38.4% by Lenka Schirmer

A Moment of Clarity by Philip Middleton Williams

Dolls by Robert Weibezahl

Family Business by Louise Hopewell

Filth by Shannon Murdoch

Gay Expectations by Garrett F Dulton

Pronouns by Rachel Nightingale

Rainbow’s End by Allison Knight

The Bendigo Committee for Manhole Covers by Christopher Milne

The Last Song by Benjamin S MacEllen

DIRECTORS

38.4%: Barb Billings

A Moment of Clarity: Sam Archer

Dolls: Thomas Moore

Family Business: Stania Tresize

Filth: Rachel Le Rossignol

Gay Expectations: Kimmie Godfrey

Pronouns: Max Harris

Rainbow’s End: Julie Maree McDonald

The Bendigo Committee for Manhole Covers: Evelyn Gibbons

The Last Song: Melanie Thoren

CASTS

38.4%: Sharon Newth, Carel Fourie, Lucy Mills, Georgia Skinner and Jakoby Appleby

A Moment of Clarity: Brad Madden and Roger Huthnance

Dolls: Alicia Gunston, Jenni Jenkins and Juliana Cafarella

Family Business: Morgan McDermott and Dan Williams

Filth: Jozie Robinson and Georgia Campbell

Gay Expectations: Jamie Morgan, Connor Cantwell, Liv Ryan and Bridget Nally

Pronouns: Kade Lightfoot, Chris Lightfoot, Lisa Martin and Sally Sheppard

Rainbow’s End: Ross Simmons, Lucy Mills and Judy Chalmers

The Bendigo Committee for Manhole Covers: Duane Freestone, Lewis Adams, Chris Lightfoot, Georgia Skinner and Elliott Jacobs

The Last Song: Ryan Peterson, Jake Russell, Hayden Wilkinson, Graeme Murray and Jacob Baird

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