Adelaide Rep presents “Nana’s Naughty Knickers”

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Adelaide Repertory Theatre presents 

Nana’s Naughty Knickers

Written by Katherine DiSavino – Directed by Harry Barry Hill OAM

22-25 and 29-31 August 2024 at 7.30 pm

25 August 2024 at 3.00 pm and 31 August 2024 at 2.00 pm

Cast: Penni Hamilton Smith (as Sylvia), Chris Galipo (as Vera), Kayla Cranfield (as Bridget), Clinton Nitschke (as Tom), Frank Cwietniak (as Mr Schmidt), Monique Millar (as Heather Van Pree), Therese Hornby (as Clair), Marcus Catt (as the UPS man and voice)

In August at the Arts Theatre the secret lives of the over 80s will finally be revealed in an hysterical night of laughter!

Nana Sylvia Charles has lived in her rent-controlled New York apartment for years, much to the chagrin of her landlord Gil Schmidt. For the last few years, she’s managed to hide her boutique of lingerie for “mature” women from everyone but her customers.

But her granddaughter and future law student, Bridget, discovers the side-hustle, and a “frenzy of nonstop action ensues.” Will Bridget be able to handle all the excitement? Will her nana get arrested – or worse – evicted?

“I saw a production of this play over 10 years ago and promptly fell in love with it!”, explains director Barry Hill. “It explores the notion that senior citizens can still enjoy behaving as if they are young adults and enjoy life! It is a joyful celebration of family relationships, friendship, and of course racy underwear for the discerning older adult with just a touch of kink!”

Come to Nana’s Naughty Knickers and see if her underwear can “fire men up for a price that won’t burn a hole in your wallet!”

The Arts Theatre

53 Angas Street

Adelaide SA 5000

Tickets: Adult: Online $32 / Box Office, Phone $34 / Concession Online $28.50 / Box Office, Phone $32

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Lindsay Dunn
Worked in performing arts since 1976 and is an accomplished singer/guitarist. As an actor, he has worked with over 15 different community theatre companies in Adelaide, including Adelaide Rep, University Theatre Guild, Galleon, Hills Musical Company, Marie Clark, Stirling Players, St Jude’s, Therry and Red Phoenix.