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Champagne Ladies

Script Length:

One-Act Play



These two darlings are the epitome of all that is offensive with the society set. Preened, primped, cut and set, the pair meets at one of the ‘in’ places to see and be seen. Keeping an eye out for their well-heeled colleagues and guzzling down champagne, we are privileged to an insight of our high society pages and ladies of the high-class set. The correct social functions, birthdays, opening nights at the Opera and the Ballet can prove to be hell. One must make sure the correct attire is worn in hats, gloves, shoes, jewellery and shawls to mix and match.

Two society ladies sit down to a glass of champagne, after coming out from witnessing the worst performance of a well-known stage musical. Narelle purchased the tickets for both of them. Both try to hide their disappointment in the quality of the show.

First produced as a stand alone event

Direction by Darren Brealey

Elizabeth Penny … Darlene
Miranda King … Narelle

Workhouse Theatre
145 Victoria Parade
Collingwood, Victoria

June 1998
Wednesday 17th to Sunday 21st
Wednesday 24th to Sunday 28th

July 1998
Wednesday 1st to Sunday 5th

Costume Design … Jennifer Hyland
Lighting Design … Julian Brignell
Producer … Darren Brealey

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