2019 TheatriCAL AwardsThe 2019 South Australia theatre season has highlighted outstanding contributions to a range of audiences, casts and crews. To celebrate these great achievements make sure you save the date, Book your tickets today, for our 2019 TheatriCAL Awards Night! You will need to be a TASA member to use our booking system, and it is FREE to sign up. Did you know you can also nominate for one of our awards? Bravo! is presented at the TheatriCAL awards night recognising those who have demonstrated passion and dedication, achieved high standards through best practice and enjoyed creative success in the last year. Make sure you login and nominate today (nominations will be accepted until the 20/1/2020). Congratulations to all TheatriCAL nominees. Make sure you check out our nominations.
About the Night
Master of Ceremonies
Rohan WattsRohan Watts is an Actor, Singer, Guitar-er, and generally has a good time doing it. He’s been called one of the most likeable stage personalities in Adelaide. It’s not true, but he does like the sound of it. Rohan regularly works as an MC and is a veteran of both performing and doing actual work, stage-managing everything from Musicals to Music Festivals. He is also an experienced audio engineer and has worked with many local, interstate and international acts. His favourite theatrical roles have been Dave in “The Full Monty”, Nicely-Nicely in “Guys and Dolls”, Robbie in “Wedding Singer” (MBM 2008 and MCMT 2015), Audrey II in “Little Shop of Horrors” (NLTC 2013) and Joey in “A Steady Rain” (Lost in Translation 2016). Rohan plays music as often as he can either solo or with a variety of projects around Adelaide.
- Driving In: On road car parking available or Wilson Parking lots are available
- Bus: Stop G1 Pultney Street – East Side, Stop S1 Pultney Street – West Side, Stop S1 Wakefield Street – South Side, Stop H1 Wakefield Street – North Side
- Tram: Victoria Square
- Train: Adelaide Railway Station with either:
Food & BeveragesIncluded in your ticket is a selection of cocktail finger food that will be provided throughout the night, by the team at the Seven Stars Hotel. Beverages are not included in the ticket price, but are available via the bar.
Since 1989, the Theatre Association of South Australia (TASA) has been recognising and rewarding companies and individuals for outstanding contributions to our theatrical landscape.
Established in 2014, the aim of the Bravo! award is to promote the quality of non-profit theatre in South Australia, and to show support to members of TASA.