Creative director of LOTS, Maggie Morrison, says, "Thanks to our wonderful, creative writers, we have the usual breadth of adventure, tragedy, humour, dogged determination and eccentricities to keep an audience enthralled throughout the 2 hour programme." The stories come to life with a background of real aircraft. Talented actors perform in front of those aircraft.
Two actors dressed for the part in a previous production.
Legends in LOTS 9. Arthur Schutt argues his case! Dogged Deborah Lawrie wins hers! The mystery of the A38 A3816.... Is 13 Lucky for Some! The role of Carpet Baggers. Eccentric –me? The Harry Turner Shaw show.
Arthur Schutt is a legend at Moorabbin Airport, having established an aircraft sales and service business when the airport opened in 1948.