"It is imperative to foster a welcoming and comfortable environment so no member shies away from their opinions, particularly when they differ from others.
This years committee had overcome several new administrative challenges – with the introduction of OrgSync with Arc Student Development, a rivatlisation of our NUTSmail using MailChimp and orchestrating a clean up of our ‘@nuts.org.au’ mail hosting system with Ultraserve – we as a team came together as a representative body for the eclectic mix of members NUTS have supporting it and I personally feel so proud of this year’s committee and all the hard work they have put in to make this year such a success.
If you are reading this, it means that you are interested in joining NUTS, and to that I say do it. You’ll be wealthier for it.
Adventure is out there. Go and grab it…and don’t forget to smile!"
- NUTS 2014 President Dom Foffani
Productions and Events
Written by J.M. Barrie
J.M. Barrie's original like you've never seen before! Imagine if adults played kids playing adults...Well that's exactly what this production did! We follow the Darlings to Neverland, and their adventures with a magical yet troubled Peter Pan.
Directed by Darya 'Bobbi' Karbovska
Produced by Remaliah King
Guys and Dolls
Lyrics by Frank Loesser
Set in Damon Runyon's mythical New York City, this oddball romantic comedy - considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy – soars with the spirit of Broadway as it introduces us to a cast of vivid characters who have become legends in the canon.
Directed by Gemma Clinch
Produced by Mary Costello
Musically directed by Harry Collins
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Written by Oscar Wilde
Over many years, Dorian Gray sinks deep into the glamorous world of hedonism, remaining physically unchanged by the costs of his sins and the ravages of time. But up in his attic, hidden behind a curtain, his portrait tells a different story…
Directed by Nathan Gilham
Produced by Elise Carney
The Night We Broke into the Theatre (and the curse that made us sing about our feelings)
Student Written by Tim Green and Leon Huxtable
This show follows a group of young adults who break into a theatre for their friend Adele’s farewell party. They chose this theatre as it was their old stomping grounds, providing them with the chance to sing and recreate musical numbers from their past as part of their last night together.
Directed by Tim Green
Produced by Andrew Elstone