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The Rock has made a lot of trouble, for a lot of people since the day of the picnic.
Whether it is the book by Joan Lindsay or the highly acclaimed movie by Australian director, Peter Weir, the mysterious story behind Picnic at Hanging Rock has intrigued and captivated audiences around the world. The story is the uncanny retelling of an alleged tragic event that has been veiled in mystery concerning a group of schoolgirls from Appleyard College, a private girls' school near Melbourne, who went missing in 1900.
Laura Antoniazzi, Gabi Douglas, Rhoda Sylvester (top), Zoe Muller and Zanny Edhouse (front) - Photo courtesy of Theatre Guild.
On a blistering hot summer's day, on St Valentine's Day, four schoolgirls and their teacher go on a picnic near Hanging Rock. They were all expected to return in time for dinner, but all but one vanish, never to be seen again. A search party by local police were unable to find them. Their disappearance affected so many lives, so many people, and so many generations ahead.
Zoe Muller (Amber) and Rhoda Sylvester (Harriet) - Photo courtesy of Theatre Guild
Directed by Geoff Brittain, the Theatre Guild is excited to present the South Australian première of Joan Lindsay's enduring, chilling Australian cult classic. This production is bound to scare you as we continue to seek an explanation for what happened on that summer's day?
Sylvester, Muller, Antoniazzi, Douglas & Edhouse (front) - Photo courtesy of Theatre Guild.
Whether the plot is a true story, or not, come and see this eerie and exciting re-telling production at the Theatre Guild's première of Picnic At Hanging Rock at Little Theatre, The Cloisters, University of Adelaide.
Cast: Laura Antoniazzi, Gabi Douglas, Zanny Edhouse, Zoe Muller and Rhoda Sylvester
Directed by Geoff Brittain Set Design by Ole Wiebkin Lighting Design by Richard Parkhill
Why? The Theatre Guild is excited to present the South Australian première of Joan Lindsay's enduring, chilling Australian cult classic. This production is bound to scare you as we continue to seek an explanation for what happened
When:Sat 6, Wed-Sat 10-13 & 17-20 October 2018 at 7.30pm and Sun 7 October 2018 at 4pm
Phone:Theatre Guild office on 8313 5999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Where:The Theatre Guild, Little Theatre - The Cloisters, University of Adelaide. - After hours parking available in the University grounds. Please allow extra time for parking on nights when there is an event at Adelaide Oval.
Cost:SPECIALLY REDUCED 80TH ANNIVERSARY TICKET PRICES: $22 Full / $18 Concession Online: www.trybooking.com/TEFA (fee applies) Tickets at the door subject to availability.