We're so pleased to announce that our production of "Suddenly Last Summer" by Tennessee Williams, will be going ahead!
Tickets are on sale now and show dates are 15, 21, 22, 28, 29 August.
In order to allow for social distancing, our seating arrangement has been amended. We will now have an audience maximum of 40 people - ...
With the current COVID-19 situation we do not wish to risk the health of any of our performers, volunteers, or valued audience members, so have made the difficult decision to postpone our next show, The Importance of Being Earnest. This show will be part of our 2021 Season.
We will continue to monitor the situation and will ...
The final weekend of shows for Rumors are SOLD OUT!
Even after adding an extra row of seats in for each night, we're sold out. Thank you to everyone who has come to see the show and is coming to our final weekend. This has been a wild success for Growl Theatre!
We are in the townhouse of the Deputy Mayor of New York City. He and his wife have invited four couples over to celebrate their tenth wedding anniversary. The party never begins though, because, as the first couple to arrive discover, the host has shot himself in the head (relax folks, it’s only a flesh wound), and his wife is missing....
Opening night this week is SOLD OUT!
There are still seats left for Saturday's show this weekend. Then 2 more weekends of shows to follow. Book your seats now to avoid missing out.
Rumors hits the stage next Friday night. Opening night (28 February) is almost sold out! Get your tickets now.
At a large, tastefully-appointed Sneden’s Landing townhouse, the Deputy Mayor of New York has just shot himself. Though only a flesh wound, four couples are about to experience a severe attack of Farce. Gathering ...
Rumors by Neil Simon
Directed by Simone de Haas (Matilda Award-winning Director)
Audition date: Sunday, 1 December – 10am
How to Audition
Download the Audition pack PDF (contains character descriptions, rehearsal schedule)
Download and familiarise yourself with the Audition Pieces.
Fill out the Audition ...
The lights go out and chaos and hilarity ensues.
Brindsley Miller and his fiancée Carol Melkett have “borrowed” the fancy furniture from neighbor Harold Gorringe’s flat in order to impress Carol’s father, Colonel Melkett. Brindsley, an artist, is afraid that the Colonel will not give up his daughter to a starving artist.