The History Society of Zimbabwe will be visiting Reps Theatre on Sunday June 20 to have a talk on the history of the Repertory Players and Reps complex, and they have said they would be delighted for Reps members to come along and join them. Here is a copy of the flier they have sent to their members. If any Reps Members would like to attend, please e-mail or call Erin the Reps office and put your name on the list. Please let us know by the and of business on Friday June 11.
REPS THEATRE CELEBRATIONS
~~ NOT TO BE MISSED ~~
On Sunday 20th June the History Society will be joining up with The Repertory
Players (Reps) to celebrate the Society’s 50/80th Anniversary – fifty years since
the opening of the present theatre and eighty years since the formation of the
We will start our function at 11.00 a.m. and I would ask you to please gather
in the theatre foyer in good time. Reps have offered and you are encouraged to park in the parking area behind the theatre. The entrance to the parking area is off East Road.
Special tickets will be given out in the foyer. After a short welcome we will
be shown to our seats in the auditorium. The ushers will be dressed in period
costume to further authenticate the occasion. This presentation is expected to
last about 45 minutes. We will then divide up into
small groups and Reps Exco members will conduct each group around the theatre with
visits to features such as lighting, sound, dressing rooms, main stage,
wardrobe, workshop, Repteens room, club rooms and Theatre Upstairs.
We will then return to the auditorium for the closing of the event. Reps have kindly extended day membership for that day to all those who attend so that
we can afterwards refresh ourselves in the Reps bar.
Reps are a vibrant and lively Society and we can look forward to an exciting
and memorable event. This is a one-off show being put on specially for
History Society and Reps members, so please make every effort to support us on
what promises to be an unique occasion.
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