STORMING GLENELG BY TRAM
Adelaide Fringe Festival
Date: 22 Feb 1992 – 21 Mar 1992
Both Storming Glenelg productions of the tram show were done under the umbrella of the Adelaide Festival fringe in 1992 and again in 1994 (19 February to 20) March. The seasons were produced unfunded with original members of the TheatreWorks ensemble called “The Really Moving Theatre Company”.
Presented by: Really Moving Theatre Company [Original TheatreWorks ensemble]
Written by: Paul Davies
Date: 06 May 1992 – 30 May 1992
Women employed in the sex industry work under appalling conditions — no sick pay, no holiday pay, no workcare and, in some of the cinemas, not even a female toilet.
DAILY GRIND looks at the life and times of Louie and Roxy, two women workers in the sex industry. It explores the issues that surround their lives and work with sensitivity and a great deal of humour.
DAILY GRIND was written by Vicki Reynolds who began her association with Melbourne Workers Theatre in 1989 as a trainee writer and went on to co—write the highly acclaimed TAXI with Patricia Cornelius in 1990. In 1991 Vicki became ill but managed to co—write NO FEAR with Patricia before her death in September. It is with great pride that we present this adaptation of her work.
Melbourne Workers Theatre is Australia’s only Art and Working Life Company based permanently in a workplace, the Jolimont Train Maintenance Depot. Established in 1987 to create theatre relevant to working class people, the Company has produced eight plays which have been performed at workplaces, community venues, educational institutions and correctional facilities.
Presented by: Melbourne Workers Theatre
Written by: an adaptation of Vicki Reynold’s play
Directed by: Lisa Dombroski
Performed by: Belinda McClory & Lynne McGranger
Wiggy Brennan [Set & Costume]
Liz Pain [Lighting]