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When a handful of locals joined together in 1966 to provide entertainment for themselves and the young community of Elanora we don’t imagine they considered the long-term outcome. In the intervening years hundreds of members have performed on stage, worked in the many technical and backstage areas and quite a few have directed. They have learned new skills, developed and shared them, many going onto professional work, and many spending a small part of their life with us. Some of us have been around for quite a while and hopefully will be here for many years to come.       



Elanora Players are looking for directors for programmes in 2020 and beyond.

A $500 honorarium will be paid to all directors who produce and direct a successful, full-length production.

If you think you have what it takes, please Contact Us and fill out the email fields provided. We would love to hear from you!  



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The director, cast and crew greatly appreciate hearing from our patrons.






Written by Tim Firth

Directed by Robert Longley

January 2020 PRODUCTION

The tragic death of a member’s husband is motivation for a village WI to raise funds for a new settee in the local hospital. Past sales of calendars have not been overly successful, so an ‘alternative ‘calendar is proposed. As calendar sales exceed expectations, oppurtunities for greater success arise, and this has consequences for the various relationships.

Will the long term friendships remain intact?

Based on true events Calendar Girls is an uplifting and delightful story; a testament to determination and the power of friendship.  



Fri 10 Jan, 8pm*

Sat 11 Jan, 3pm & 8pm  

Sun 12 Jan, 11am & 3pm

Thursday 16 Jan, 8pm

Friday 17 Jan, 8pm  

Sat 18 Jan, 3pm & 8pm


* Fri 10 January 8pm - Opening Night - complimentary drinks/nibbles following the show and an opportunity to mingle with the cast.



Written by Ken Ludwig

Directed by Ashleigh Haines



Moon Over Buffalo

By Ken Ludwig

Directed by Ashleigh Haynes


It is the summer of 1953, and the hilarious Moon Over Buffalo centres around fading broadway stars George and Charlotte Hay, who are performing Private Lives and Cyrano de Bergerac in repertory within their run-down touring company in Buffalo, New York. Disaster is imminent, on-stage harmony is compromised, relationships on the brink all caused by George’s dalliance with a young ingenue.

All is not lost!

Turns out that Frank Capra is headed to town on a talent scouting mission. Unfortunately for George and Charlotte, everything that could go wrong does go wrong, a visit from their determinedly practical daughter Rosalind, her clueless, anxious fiancé and a hilarious uncertainty about which play they’re actually performing, caused by Charlotte’s deaf, old stage-manager mother who hates every bone in George’s body all threaten the companies future.

Dashing company actor and Rosalinds ex, Paul have to work together against all odds to get on stage for next performance. All the while Richard the wealthy lawyer is trying whisk Charlotte away and Charlotte just wants Capra to get them all back to broadway!

The confusion only intensifies in this fast paced, farcical, screwball comedy. This play has been reviewed as a “valentine to the stage” with larger than life personalities that inhabit the world of theatre.

Theatre Venue

49-51 Kalang Rd
Elanora Heights
NSW 2101

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