Dinkum Assorted - Queensland Theatre Company 1989
by Linda Aronson
Probably the only play in the world written for a cast of fifteen women and a nanny goat, Dinkum Assorted is a wild comedy with music and tap dancing, set alongside some thought-provoking stories about women striving for personal and professional freedom.
Set in an Australian country town biscuit factory during World War II the play shows how the all-female cast factory workers fight to save the factory, run a ‘Mum’s Army’ Civil Defence Unit, put on a show for the War Effort – and cope with the fact that two thousand US airmen have just been stationed outside town. Portraying the hilarious and poignant adventures of women working in a biscuit factory in remote North Queensland during World War II. Dinkum Assorted offers fifteen female artists the opportunity to laugh, cry, sing, tap dance and ride a motorbike around stage as they plot to save Australia’s iconic biscuit, become air raid wardens, put on a show for two thousand American airmen, and kidnap Rita the goat, the regimental mascot.
Dinkum Aronson (Play) Jacquie Brennan, Karen Crone, Jennifer Flowers, Hazel Howson, Sally McKenzie, Berys Marsh, Veronica Neave, Hazel Phillips, Sue Rider, Anne Roylance, Beverley Shean, Genevieve Thackwell-James, Lynne Wright, Bruna Phillips
Director Aubrey Mellor
Designer Stephen Curtis
Costume Bruce Auld
Lighting David Walters
Choreographer Karen Crone
Stage Manager Margaret Crompton
Playbill / Program Date 1989 QTC
Size 150 x 210 mm
Condition: Used Good 8/10
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