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Toothbrushes are a hit!

the publicity flyer for Anika Herbert's 'A Toothbrush Tale (We'll Always Have Peach Tiles)'On Sunday 31st January 2010, Anika Herbert’s cute comedy ‘A Toothbrush Tale (We’ll Always Have Peach Tiles)’ finally closed the week 4 proceedings  at Short and Sweet Theatre Sydney.

At the conclusion of the night, the industry judges’ votes were announced; Continue reading “Toothbrushes are a hit!”

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Toobrushes review on Aussietheatre

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In an article reviewing the entire week 4 programme at the Newtown Theatre, Catilin Wright says…

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S&S Reviewed in the City Hub

thumbnail of the City Hub's online review and previewWeek 3 of the Short and Sweet Theatre Festival, Sydney, was reviewed by the City Hub last week. Continue reading “S&S Reviewed in the City Hub”

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Toothbrushes have their ‘Macleans showing!’

Last night saw the culmination of all the hard work by the ‘A Toothbrush Tale’ team – with the final dress rehearsal at the Newtown Theatre being staged.

The short play by Anika Herbert, starring Claire Fearon and Joshua Crouthamel – and directed by Bryan for Short and Sweet Theatre Sydney – is a cute little story of Toothbrush love, personal discovery and uncalled-for “minty freshness” being forcefully imposed. Continue reading “Toothbrushes have their ‘Macleans showing!’”

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Toothbrushes closing the show!

‘A Toothbrush Tale’ by Anika Herbert, and directed by Bryan, has been selected by the Short and Sweet Theatre Festival, to close the week 4 programme, each night.

Opening on Wednesday 27th and running until Sunday 31st January, the week 4 selection of short plays will be presented at the Newtown Theatre for the entertainment of all theatre-lovers.

Herbert’s ‘A Toothbrush Tale’, starring Claire Fearon and Joshua Crouthamel as ‘Pink’ and ‘Blue’ respectively,  is a delightful story of

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Toothbrushes busily cleaning away!

Yep, in the terrific lead-up to the presentation of ‘A Toothbrush Tale (We’ll Always Have Peach Tiles)’ by Anika Herbert, the wonderful Pink Toothbrush (Claire Fearon) and Blue Toothbrush (Joshua Crouthamel) have thrown themselves into rehearsals with tremendous vigour.

What started out as a delightful little comedy if now a full-blown melodrama of pasty proportions!

To be a part of this event, visit the Facebook page for this production.

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Short & Sweet Sydney under-way

Short and Sweet Sydney Theatre opened this week, and what an audience! A terrific line up of plays are being presented for your enjoyment, so book a ticket and join the fun!

Remember, Bryan’s S&S directorial debut is Anika Herbert’s play, ‘A Toothbrush Tale – We’ll Always Have Peach Tiles’ will be performed through week 4 of the season, from Wednesday 27th January to Sunday 31st. Continue reading “Short & Sweet Sydney under-way”

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