The Moonambel Community Theatre Company took the challenge of creating new directors in this production.
Steve Lane stepped back into acting while Sanne Malkaer and Marnie Reece-Wilmore applied their skills to directing.
Gwynn van den Bergen was once again a main director.
The 3 plays were very different in their content but all entertained the audience.
This is a new development in the Company and proved to be very successful.
TEMPTATION SORDID OR VIRTUE REWARDED
Directed by Sanne Malkaer
This is our seventh Annual General Meeting but also the fifteenth year since the first Arts Event with the inaugural Easter exhibition. We have won a National Volunteering Award in the past and prove to still be a strong volunteer group committed to bringing art to the area for the community to enjoy. The history component of our agenda is also being addressed.
Since our last Annual Meeting we have been involved in the following activities:
Our website mahg.org.au keeps our activities documented for all to see.
Market stalls, barbecue and devonshire teas continue to be a drawcard when we have events staged at the Moonambel Recreation Reserve.
Projects on the go...
Once again our small team of dedicated workers make our projects work. The creative members need the level headed art & history lovers to make these things happen and vice versa. We have built up a wonderful reputation in the Pyrenees district basically due to our respect of our team and supporters. Well done all.
Our future projects, whatever they may be, are almost guaranteed success due to this dedication and wonderful harmonious community team spirit. I thank you all.
Moonambel Community Theatre Company was invited to take part in the inaugural Midwinter Festival, an MEI event. Being a small but vibrant community, the theatre company was only too pleased to assist.
They helped to create the atmosphere of Steve Lane's original refrain by joining with the Pyrenees Chorale to walk lights towards the welcoming bonfire. While beautiful music filled the air hot air balloons were released into the night.
Hopefully, the Festival will be repeated in the future.
we are excited to present Maggie's annual Open Studio.
Maggie will be working
at her house all weekend
so feel free to talk
to the artist at work.
Maggie is also exhibiting
work by local
Jacqui & Russell Drever and ceramisist Sanne Malkaer.
The beautifully renovated
mud brick octagonal home,
all done by Maggie herself,
is a pleasant back drop
for these talented artists
to display their art pieces.
All approvals are finalised
so that Moonambel now has
a community ceramic centre.
The facility now comprises
a large LPG kiln and associated kiln furniture,
a kick pottery wheel,
a wood fired Raku kiln
a workbench, a storage rack and a sturdy lockable cupboard.
A pottery workshop will be held at the Centre on Sunday, June 3 from 10.00 am till about 3.00 pm leading up to the official opening Sunday, June 17, with an all-day firing of both
the wood fired Raku kiln and the gas-fired kiln.A fee of $10.00 per participant will apply to cover materials for two pots.
There will be an additional firing fee for pots to be fired in the gas kiln.
To obtain a workshop entry form, contact
Adrian van den Bergen on firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the poster
for our official opening...
The weather was kind for our Easter photo exhibition with the crowds coming to both days.
The standard was very high and we had
a record number of entries with the judge choosing
seventeen Highly Commended photos (it is usually just a couple
It took a long time for him to finally choose a winner.
So here are the final results.
We would like to thank all the photographers for making our show such a high standard.
Without you there is no show.
Easter is near and so is our Exhibition. We have many fantastic photos in the competition and a market with lots of variety of goodies for sale. The Easter egg hunt for the children should be fun and the Sunday 'Meet & Mingle' is always a winner.
Just remember in your Easter weekend to come to the exhibition in Moonambel either Saturday or Sunday.
Our website was created December 2012. The History page lists activities from 2003 to 2012.
We will keep you informed as these projects develop and of any new projects which arise...