Adcock-Ingram Auditorium

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A theatre space in the Windybrow Theatre Complex. The old B.G. Alexander Nurses Home hall was converted for PACT by Stan Knight and Andrew Botha. Sponsored by Norman Nossel and Adcock-Ingram it opened on 7 February 1987 with a production of Euripides’ The Women of Troy which was directed by Dieter Reible.

Productions in the Adcock-Ingram Auditorium include: Des Lindberg and Dawn Lindberg presented When I Was a Girl I Used to Scream and Shout, directed by Dawn Lindberg, in July 1987. Basil Rubin in association with CAPAB brought William Luce’s Zelda here in August 1987. Deon Opperman’s Stille Nag, directed by the author was staged here in 1989. Moira Blumenthal and NAPAC presented William Finn’s March of the Falsettos here in September 1989. Ilse van Hemert directed Chekhov’s The Seagull here in 1990. *** (Tucker, 1997)


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