Perceptions, assumptions and prejudice

Left to Right: Alan Barrett as Chez, playwright Ross McCorkell and Frank Sartore as Bill. Photo: Nicole Katiforis

Cathouse Players are looking forward to bringing their first production of 2022 to audiences.

Rooms is a contemporary piece with a focus not only on relationships but also perceptions, assumptions and at times prejudice.

In each room we meet a new group facing different challenges and in some ways, life lessons.

Dee and Richard. If two realities don’t align, can a relationship survive?

Chaz, Ryan and Bill. You think you know your friends and drinking buddies, but do you? Everyone has their own secrets. For some it may be something they didn’t think they needed to share. Over a few beers it becomes obvious we are actually all the same.

Angelita and Gordon. Two strangers are forced to meet. What do they have in common? Can they work through and acknowledge their past trauma? Will this help them accept the present, but also face their futures?

Cathouse Players are excited to announce that a special raffle will be held for a weekend away in Warrnambool. This prize comes with the compliments of playwright, Ross McCorkell.

Performing at the Kyneton Masonic Centre from June 17 for six performances. As always complimentary interval refreshments will include wine and supper on evening performances and the well-known ‘High Tea with Bubbles’ during matinees.

Tickets as usual are $25 full / $20 concession and Companion Card with the Players’ compliments.

Book at or call Katie and Brian on the Catphone 0490 485 850.