Players project page to stage

By Jennifer Kent

Maleny Players is set to host another exciting Page to Stage production, showcasing six short plays written by local talents.

The production will take place at the Maleny Playhouse located in the Showgrounds, on Saturday 18th February and Sunday 19th February at 2pm.

The Page to Stage project is a collaborative effort between writers, directors, and actors who will bring to life original short plays through rehearsed readings.

Each play will be followed by a Q&A session led by Peter Lavery, President of Maleny Arts Council, in discussion with the writer and director of each play.

The lineup of plays includes “Not Like the Old Days” written by Ross Hurwood and directed by Lynne Hume, “Upsize-Down” written by Jill Morris and directed by Patricia Lovell, “Life or Death” written by Patricia Lovell and directed by Ross Hurwood, “A Chance Meeting” written by Rob Hobson and directed by Astrid Ainsworth, “Gin, Sex, and Chocolate Tart” written by Sharon Hirt and directed by Jim Flatt, and “The Singles Dinner” written by Monica Rogers and directed by Andrew Robjohns.

Admission to the event is $20 for adults and tickets can be purchased online at or directly at

Cash sales are also available at Maleny Art Direct, located at 19 Maple St, Maleny.

This Page to Stage production promises to be an entertaining and enlightening experience for audiences, with a chance to witness the creation of original works from the local community.

Don’t miss the opportunity to support local artists and enjoy an afternoon of theatrical performance.