Old fashioned melodrama to end the year
Lily, the Felon’s Daughter by Tom Taggart
Directors: Robert Comber and Col Kirkman
November 29 to December 15
Melodramas are an audience favourite and with Lily, the Felon's Daughter Maitland Repertory Theatre returns to end of year melodrama fun.
Lily, the Felon’s Daughter tells the story of our heroine Lily Fairweather, who is "pure as the driven snow" and of Compton, her weak but handsome sweetheart, and how the dastardly villain Craven Sinclair tries to thwart their plans for everlasting bliss.
Audience interaction is encouraged, so feel free to boo, hiss, cheer and swoon for the villain, hero and heroine. Seating is at tables of eight and you're welcome to bring your own nibblies and drinks to enjoy. Your ticket price includes a glass of bubbles or sherry on arrival and small Christmas treats with your complimentary tea and coffee at interval.
Approximately 2 hours 15 minutes including a 30 minute interval.
Tickets are $30
Special discounts for large groups over 20 – contact email@example.com for more details
Tickets on sale now!
Included in Ticket Price
On arrival: A welcoming glass of bubbles or sherry
At Interval: Small Christmas treats with your complimentary tea and coffee and after dinner mint.
Seating: Tables of 8 (you don’t need to book a full table) and you're welcome to bring your own nibblies and drinks.
You can book online or call the Maitland Visitor Information Centre to book on 02 4931 2800 (10 - 3 daily).
Robert Comber and Col Kirkman
Lily Fairweather - Sydney Davies
Compton Fairweather - Campbell Knox
Craven Sinclair - Joseph Manning
Robin Steel - Darren Kirkman
Jonas Fairweather - Patrick Delaney
Betsy Fairweather - Anna Balfour
Lord Monty - Declan Power
Miss Ophelia - Annalie Hamilton
Mrs Bloodgood - Josie Smith
Mrs Kingsley - Caitlin Batty
Marie - Rachael Palazzi
Evenings at 8:00pm:
November: Friday 29, Saturday 30; December Friday 6, Saturday 7, Friday 13, Saturday 14
Doors open at 7:30pm, 30 minutes before performances
Matinees at 2:00pm:
December Sunday 1, Sunday 8, Sunday 15
Doors open at 1:30pm, 30 minutes before performances
An Amateur Production By Arrangement with ORiGiNTM Theatrical, on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.