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Current Production

Ladies Night

By Anthony McCarten and Stephen Sinclair
the original stage version of

The Full Monty

By arrangement with David Spicer Productions representing Play Market

Directed by Chrisjohn Hancock

Due to its popularity there will be a return season of Ladies Night on Wednesday 28th , Friday 30th & Saturday 31st January at 8pm

Ladies Night

Yes that's right a return season of Ladies Night will be playing
on Wednesday 28th , Friday 30th & Saturday 31st January at 8pm

Book Online or phone the Lieder Theatre on 48215066 or purchase tickets in person at Michael Connolly Chemist, 312 Auburn Street Goulburn

Please note: this play contains nudity & coarse language. It also uses smoke, flash, strobe, fire and petrol fumes as effects.

The play is set in Australia - Time the present

Please note: this play contains nudity & coarse language. It also uses smoke, flash, strobe, fire and petrol fumes as effects.




Matt Kay


Martin Sanders


Terry Phillips


David Rayner


Joshua Waters


Cathy Crawford


Greg Seckold


Brian Hill


Brian Richardson

Production Crew


Assistant Director


Pauline J Mullen

Stage Manager


Martin Sanders

Assistant Stage manager


Kieran Milward



Cyndy Kitt Vogelsang

Assisted by


Pauline J Mullen, Heather Rayner, Jen Nell

Sound recorded by


Peter McLaren

Sound operated by


James McPaul

Lights operated by


Judith Boyd

Set design & construction


Chrisjohn Hancock

Assisted by


John Knops, Colin Simson



Doreen Mullen

Newsletter editor


Greg Seckold



Brian Richardson

Front of House Manager


Lee Gray



Hypercet Printing

We would like to thank all those who assisted on this production, including NSW Fire Brigades, Goulburn Southern Meats, and especially Eben Nigro for his poster designs and Michael Connolly Chemist for taking advance ticket sales


The Cast

Cathy Crawford –Glenda

Cathy’s first Lieder production was playing Dolores in last year’s Christmas show Footrot Flats. Her first theatrical experience was in the Argyle Society’s production of The Grand Duke, and since then she has performed with them in Salad Days, Who Murdered Lenny the Louse and My Fair Lady. Cathy sings with the St Saviour’s and Goulburn Regional Conservatorium Choirs. Her hobbies include renovating her house, horse riding, gardening and playing the piano. We welcome Cathy back to perform in Ladies Night.

Brian Hill – Bernie

Brian returned to Goulburn in 2003 after a long absence living in Sydney and immediately became involved in the Company’s work assisting on the production of A Month of Sundays and Forks’n All. Since then he has performed in The Tempest, Treasure Island, Inheritance, Babes in the Wood, Old Time Music Hall, The Ballad of Mary Ann Brownlow, Macbeth, Aladdin, and most recently Cinderella. In our foyer theatrette Brian has performed in Fireface and The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth. Brian works at the Goulburn Post and has designed the Lipsticks T-shirts for Bernie’s Nightclub.

Matthew Kay – Craig

Treasure Island was Matthew’s first show on the Lieder stage in 2005. Since then he has performed in The Tempest and this year he played three roles in Macbeth. For Ladies Night Matt has been working out as roadie for the international touring show Dralion presented by Cirque du Soleil. Let’s hope he stays about to be in more Lieder shows next year!


Terry PhillipsBarry

Terry was last seen on the Lieder stage earlier this year in Noises Off and has previously performed with the Company in Pinocchio, Habeas Corpus, Babes in the Wood, Oliver Twist, Dracula, and Treasure Island. He joined the Company in 1999 to play the stripper in Blackrock and has also performed in John Spicer’s 2000 production of Dark of the Moon. Terry stage managed our foyer productions of The Man Who, La Dispute, and the Lieder Youth Theatre production of I= CAN which toured around the Southern Tablelands and at Smoke Free Burning Boards Youth Festival in the ACT.


David RaynerNorman

David made his debut on stage at the age of nine in the Rockhampton Little Theatre’s Wizard of Oz. He subsequently appeared on the small screen (briefly) with the crew from Aunty Jack in the ABC’s Flash Nick from Jindavick. For the Argyle Society David has appeared in Godspell, The Grand Duke, La Belle Helene, and co-wrote and directed Who Murdered Lenny the Louse. For the Lieder David has performed in Old Time Music Hall directed by Stan Henderson, Away, Forks’n All (a feast for peace), The Ballad of Mary Ann Brownlow, The Memory of Water , Round and Round the Garden, Equus, Footrot flats, Noises Off, Macbeth, and most recently Table Manners directed by Judith Boyd. Also with us this year David performed with his eyes closed for the opening of the Archibald Exhibition at the Goulburn Regional art Gallery. He is currently on the Lieder Board of Management

Martin Sanders – Graham

Martin first trod the boards in 3rd class, performing for a retirement home and this year played in The Ballad of Mary Ann Brownlow, Table Manners and the title role in Macbeth. He has also performed in Footrot Flats, The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth, The Cripple of Inishmaan Round and Round the Garden, The Tempest, Treasure Island, Shatterproof, Oliver Twist, Blackrock, Babes in the Wood, The Removalists, Forks’n All, Pinocchio, La Dispute, Dracula and John Spicer’s production of Hamlet. Martin is a builder and assists with maintenance and repairs to our Theatre, his hobbies include reading, jewellery and horses.

Greg Seckold – Gavin

Greg started performing in his early years as a magician with appearances in shopping malls and on children’s TV shows. He had a stint in the Carlingford Players Musical Society in the late 70s and 80s and is now a domestic engineer building his own house although at one time Greg was an avid go-cart racer and IT expert. He first appeared on the Lieder stage in The Odd Couple (female version) directed by Judith Boyd in 2005 and since then has performed in The Tempest, The Memory of Water, Round and Round the Garden, Footrot Flats, Equus, Table Manners and Cinderella. He has operated lights for The Cripple of Inishmaan and The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth and his ambition is to finish building his house! Greg edits our Lieder Newsletter.

Joshua Waters – Wes

This year Gosh has performed in Firesong, Macbeth, the opening of the Archibald Exhibition, Pocket Full of Knives, The Ballad of Mary Ann Brownlow and Cinderella. Previously he has performed roles in Equus and Hating Alison Ashley directed by Judith Boyd and  Aladdin directed by Stan Henderson, Footrot Flats, The Cripple of Inishmaan, The Tempest, Picasso’s The Four Little Girls, Away, Babes in the Wood, Treasure Island, Dead One Done, Cop This, and Inheritance He completed a mentorship at the Lieder in 2005 topping it off with performances in Fireface and assisting to organise Exchange & Change - the 2nd Gathering of Regional Youth Theatre People highlighted with an Acrobatic Fire Show.  Gosh has been performing in our acrobatic Fire Shows since 2004 and is a regular stilt walking performer and acrobat with the Lieder Youth Theatre.

Chrisjohn Hancock – Director

Chrisjohn has been Artistic Director of the Lieder Theatre Company since 1992. He has directed over sixty productions during that time including The Tempest, Footrot Flats, The Cripple of Inishmaan, Noises Off, Macbeth, The Beauty Queen of Leenane, Inheritance, Away, Peter Pan, Steel Magnolias, Money and Friends, Dinkum Assorted, Hotel Sorrento, Wind in the Willows, Lord of the Flies, Dancing at Lughnasa, Cosi, Under Milk Wood, Blackrock, Grimm Tales, Antigone, Gathering the Dust, Summer of the 17th Doll, Oliver Twist, The Removalists, La Dispute, The Lesson, Skirmishes, Indians and Waiting for Godot. For the Lieder Youth Theatre Company he has directed, tufff..., The Happy Prince, Rolly's Grave, Hot Chips and Gravy at the Blackhole Cafe, G’Day Mate, Hot Air, The Vision of Delight, 2 Friendly 4 Words, Dead One Done, Ubu, The Four Little Girls and Pocket Full of Knives. Earlier productions include The Eagle Has Two Heads, Old King Cole, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Caroline written by Paul Paviour for the Argyle Society, Hey You, Waterhole and Peace in the Street for the Mustardseed Project, Under the Mask and The Little Prince for Coco Youth Theatre, WA, Nuclear Split for the NT Theatre in Education Team and Zigger Zagger and The Fantasticks for Territory North Theatre Company, NT.