A Month of Sundays

A Comedy by Bob Larbey.
The play is set in Cooper’s room in a hostel for the aged. The action takes place on Sundays in September and October in the mid 1990s.
Presented by special arrangement with Dominie Pty. Ltd.

25 April – 3 May 2003
Foster War Memorial Arts Centre

Aylott – Norm Willoughby
Cooper – Max Hastings
Julia – Kate Aitken
Peter – Raymond Dunstan
Mrs. Baker – Jean Piening
Nurse Wilson – Celia Donnellan

Director – Bruce Crowl
Set Design – Geoff Davey
Original Music – Rob Ellis
Sound Design and Operation – Rob Ellis
Lighting Design and Operation – Tony Bacon
Settings Construction – Bruce Crowl, Brian Hammond, Michael Kellock, Dick Straw, Graeme Wheeler, Norm Willoughby and Cast Members
Set Painting – Geoff Davey
Stage Manager – Kate Crowl
Stage Crew – Rhonda Bland
Properties – Rhonda Bland and Cast Members
Costumes Supervisor – Jenny Cocksedge
Front of House Manager – Dianne Paragreen
Ticket Bookings – Janet Lind of Cleasby’s
Venue Box Office – Jennifer Paragreen, Deborah Harris
Opening Night Catering – Marg Hills
Programme – Jennifer Paragreen
Graphic Design – Geoff Davey
Photography – Chris Paragreen
Publicity/Marketing – Jennifer Paragreen

Victorian Drama League Nominations

Best Sound Design – Rob Ellis
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy – Kate Aitken as Julia
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy – Celia Donnellan as Nurse Wilson
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy – Norm Willoughby as Aylott
Best Comedy –  A Month of Sundays, FAMDA

Gippsland Associated Theatre Awards
Most Outstanding Lead Actor – Male – Max Hastings as Cooper
Most Outstanding Support Actor – Male – Norm Willoughby as Aylott
Most Outstanding Director of a Comedy or Drama – Bruce Crowl
Most Outstanding Comedy or Drama – A Month of Sundays, FAMDA