• Waiting for Godot

All plays

Over 15 Seasons, some 36 Productions were presented at the Jane Street Theatre. Details of cast and crew are available from Ausstage.

1966 Season

I've Come About the Assassination
Written by Tony Morphett; Directed by Robin Lovejoy
Opened 1 October 1966

The Currency Lass
Written by Edward Geoghegan; Directed by Robin Lovejoy
Opened 1 October 1966

The Pier
Written by Michael Thomas; Directed by Robin Lovejoy
Opened 1 October 1966

The Lucky Streak
Written by James Searle; Directed by Alexander Hay
Opened 18 October 1966

A Refined Look at Existence
Written by Rodney Milgate; Directed by Robin Lovejoy
Opened 1 November 1966

Halloran's Little Boat
Written by Thomas Keneally; Directed by Alexander Hay
Opened 15 November 1966

1968 Season

Terror Australis
Devised and directed by Jim Sharman
Opened 8 March 1968

1969 Season

The Rise and Fall of Boronia Avenue
Written by Tony Morphett; Directed by John Clark
Opened 24 July 1969

Rooted
Written by Alex Buzo; Directed by Rick Billinghurst
Opened 14 August 1969

1970 Season

The Legend of King O'Malley
Written by Michael Boddy & Robert Ellis; Directed by John Bell
Opened 11 June 1970

10,000 Miles Away
Written by David Malouf and Willy Young; Directed by Rex Cramphorn
Opened 2 July 1970

1971 Season

King Edward
Written by William Leonard Marshall; Directed by John Clark
Opened 8 July 1971

Truth
Written by David Young; Directed by Aubrey Mellor
Opened 29 July 1971

Childhead's Doll
Written by Willy Young; Music by Ralph Tyrrell; Directed by Bryan Nason
Opened 19 August 1971

1972 Season

An Awful Rose
Written by Thomas Keneally; Directed by Alexander Hay
Opened 1 June 1972

Don's Party
Written by David Williamson; Directed by John Clark
Opened 29 June 1972

1973 Season

The After-Life of Arthur Cravan
Written by Alma de Groen; Directed Richard Wherrett
Opened 31 May 1973

Bon-Bons and Roses for Dolly
Written by Dorothy Hewett; Directed by Alexander Hay
Opened 28 June 1973

Cooper and Borges
Written and composed by Willy Young & Ralph Tyrell; Directed by John Milson
Opened 26 July 1973

1974 Season

My Shadow and Me
Written by George Hutchinson; Directed by Dennis Gill & Adam Salzer
Opened 17 July 1974

Muriel
Written by Alan Simpson; Directed by Rex Cramphorn
Opened 14 August 1974

1975 Season

Mariner
Written by Michael Cove; Directed by Rex Cramphorn
Opened 18 June 1975

Interplay
Written by Willy Young; Directed by Rex Cramphorn
Opened 16 July 1975

1976 Season

Le Chateau D'Hydro-Therapie Magnetique
Written by Helmut Bakaitis; Directed by Rex Cramphorn
Opened 23 June 1976

Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted
Written by Peter Kenna; Directed by George Whaley
Opened 21 July 1976

1977 Season

The Ripper Show (and how they wrote it)
Written by Frank Hatherley; Directed by Stanley Walsh
Opened 15 June 1977

Don't Piddle Against the Wind, Mate
Written by Kenneth G Ross; Directed by John Tasker
Opened 20 July 1977

1978 Season

Mother Courage and her Children
Written by Bertolt Brecht; Directed by Aubrey Mellor
Opened 21 June 1978

As You Like It
Written by Shakespeare; Directed by Aubrey Mellor
Opened 1 August 1978

1979 Season

On Our Selection
Adapted and Directed by George Whaley
Opened 20 June 1979.

Waiting for Godot
Written by Samuel Beckett; Directed by George Whaley
Opened on 25 July 1979

The Caucasian Chalk Circle
Written by Bertolt Brecht; Directed by John Clark
Opened on July 1979 at the Sydney Opera House, Drama Theatre

1980 Season

The Bride of Gospel Place
Written by Louis Esson; Directed by Aubrey Mellor
Opened on 17 June 1980

The Dybbuk
Written by Solomon Anski; Directed by John Clark and Ros Horin
Opened on 30 July 1980

1982 Season

The Provok'd Wife
Written by Sir John Vanbrugh; Directed by Rex Cramphorn
Opened on 31 March 1982 at the Parade Theatre

Camino Real
Written by Tennessee Williams; Directed by Richard Cottrell
Opened on 12 May 1982 at the Parade Theatre

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