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April 2011 – News



Former Home & Away actor and now LA-based AA member Erryn Arkin (left) is heading to the Cannes Film Festival with his recently completed short film/television pilot Cell/Phone which he shot in Los Angeles. It has been selected as a short film finalist for screening at the prestigious French festival.

Arkin (who enjoyed a short stint in ‘Summer Bay’ as Mark Gillen) wrote and produced the on-line thriller about a vigilante who uses phone lines to terrorise his victims. The pilot episode has just secured funding to develop it into a full television series. 

Check out the trailer:

Please feel free to visit the projetcs page and share:





AA member JEREMY KEWLEY stars in  IT’S ALL FUN AND GAMES (UNTIL SOMEONE GETS HURT) opening at the 25th Melbourne International Comedy Festival on Wednesday March 30th and running through to mid-April.

This new Australian play features Jeremy along with seven other talented actors.




Birthdays are meant to be fun. So are gorilla grams. But when one company’s poor taste is mixed with a couple of incompetent cops, fun is the last thing Ren’s having on his big day.

This one-act farce is the third play written by Melbourne playwright Charlie Ranger, the founder of Long Range Theatre.  Utilising the talents of Jeremy Kewley (Underbelly Files, Stingers) and Madeleine Harding (I Love You Too), It’s all fun and games offers refreshingly original comedy on stage.
If you’re someone who enjoys the ridiculous, possibly doesn’t know what the hell a gorilla gram is or maybe someone who just wants to support local artists, then this is a show you cannot afford to miss.

Of course if you’re none of these things, the same still applies!

It plays at the  Northcote Town Hall (Studio 2 – 189 High Street, Northcote) nightly (no Mondays) at 7pm (finished by 8pm). All tickets are just $17.00, purchased at the door.



March 2011 – News (Films, Shows & more)





Six of our finest AA members are performing in Season Three of NOT QUITE CABARET – a series of six plays – which opens in Sydney on Friday March 11. See Gary Boulter, Bruno XavierDaniel Nemes, Deborah Bradshaw (who is also co-producing), Belinda Crawley, Greg Eccleston and others. AA member Christine Greenough is directing and co-producing.

Season Three of NOT QUITE CABARET plays every Friday night at 8pm for 5 weeks.

Not Quite Cabaret presents A Six Pack of Plays, an evening of six short plays that will take you on an adventure of hilarious, quirky and romantic moments! Laid out in the traditional Cabaret style in the superb Paddington Arms, each play is around 10 minutes long, and there is plenty of time for food and drinks in between! With a knockout programme and stellar cast, you are guaranteed a superb evening of entertainment! Last season sold out so BOOK NOW!!! 

See more on facebook at:!/pages/Not-Quite-Cabaret/136213679762051



Sydney AA member Bruno Xavier is one of the stars (and creators) of OFF THE CUFF, a series of discussions that screen on YouTube.

Three mates – Bruno, Ben and JT - get together around the kitchen table to share their opinions on a range of topics. They laugh, they argue, they agree, they disagree.

A number of episodes are available on-line, including one that explains the concept of the series.

Go to:  or simply:




Actors Australia member Andy Minh Trieu (“Tomorrow When the War Began”, “Sisters of War”, “Rescue Special Ops”) co-stars on the new Australian kids seriers Kitchen Whiz.

Screening on weekday afternoons at 4pm on the Nine Network, Kitchen Whiz is a fast and fabulous kids game show with a focus on the world of food, cooking and food science. Over four rounds, contestants answer questions and compete in fun, messy tasks, earning points and taking home prizes.

Shot at Sydney’s Fox Studios, Beau Walker (from the popluar Channel Nine kids series The Shak ) and Any co-host one-hundred and thirty episodes of Kitchen Whiz for Ambience Entertainment and the Nine Network.




Melbourne AA member Dennis Manahan stars as the Mad Hatter in a new production of the Lewis Carroll classic ALICE IN WONDERLAND. Directed by Kevin Hopkins, the show is a production by the Australian Shakespeare Company.

It plays at 11am and 5pm on March 5th in the beautiful surrounds of Duneira at Mount Macedon, just outside of Melbourne (

Glenn Elston - best known for his productions of Shakespeare Under the Stars and The Wind in the Willows - has adapted the Lewis Carroll book into a dynamic and highly enjoyable production that entertains all ages.

A fantastical production” The Sunday Herald Sun
“Enchanting … the audience loved every minute of it” The Age

More info at:



Sydney AA member Alison Gallagher stars in the short AFTRS film SISTERS which screens on the Opening Night of the World of Women Cinema Festival in Sydney alongside other high profile shorts on Tuesday March 8 at the Dendy Opera Quays Cinema.

Opening Night guests will include the Minster for the Arts, and Claire McCarthy, director of the Australian feature The Waiting City that starred Radha Mitchell and Joel Edgerton.
SISTERS will also screen this year at The Dam Short Film Festival (Nevada USA) and the International Sci-Fi & Fantasy Film Festival (Athens, Greece – 10-16 March 2011).
Congratulations Alison!
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