Saturday, September 13, 2014

Find us at Improvactually!

Pink Ladies' improvisers continue to improvise in venues across Sydney. Find out more at improvactually

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

6 - Lola - YouTube 30/9/12

6 - Lola shows members of the A Train, in 2012, many of whom were Pink Ladies in 2010. Notably Sophie Long, Linette Voller, Cindy Tonkin.
And some men too!!  Jason Dunn, Ringo Teng, Johnny Sayer, Adrian Sandy, Alistair Magee. 

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Wednesday, August 15, 2012

In case you're curious! some basics of improvised theatre -

Here is a piece written to explain improvised theatre to critics in a fringe festival.
It explains the different between short form (Theatresports style) and long form, and a few other ideas. Click here to read it.

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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Pink Ladies playing tonight at the Roxbury

The Pink Ladies are playing tonight as part of Fresh Improv, mingled with brand new and old hand improvisers of both genders. 3 long form sets.

The Roxbury Hotel
182 St John's Road, Glebe, NSW 2037
Doors open at 7:45 for 8pm.
Tix at the door $15/$10

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Pink Ladies part of the Awesome Improv Festival, Roxbury, 16 Jun 2011

Linda Calgaro and Karina Francis.
Photograph Dennis Mitchell,
Menace Photography 2010 
You can see the Pink Ladies doing a version of their mockumentary upstairs at the Roxbury, 182 St John's Road, Glebe, 2037, on June 16th, 2011.
It's part of an improvisation festival running every Tuesday and Thursday in June.
Come see us!!
Cast includes: Linette Voller, Cindy Tonkin, Sophie Long, Jess Mallett, Karina Francis, Lucie Booker, Linda Calgaro,

Sunday, January 30, 2011

PInk Lady - the Japanese experience

Of course we called ourselves Pink Ladies because of the connection to the breast cancer network logo, and we were aware of the link to Grease's Pink Ladies, but not of this 70's pop duo called Pink Lady from Japan.
Thanks to Tomomi Takahashi for the heads up!

Monday, November 22, 2010

Pink Ladies are go!

Back stage at the Pink Ladies 27 September 2010.
Cloockwise from left: Linette Voller,
Lucie Booker, Karina Francis, Sophie Long, Linda Calgaro, Erin Foy,
Cindy Tonkin, Karena Thomas

So Pink Ladies first season has come to an end.
Behind every successful woman there is sometimes a huge number of people to thank.
When all was said and done, we sent $1189 to the Breast Cancer Network and had an enormous amount of fun doing it.
And we need to thank these people who donated money directly to the BCNA because of our show:
Mario Seifreid
Lisa Every
Anne Grunseit
Rod Matthews
John Bastianon
and the 105 people who paid to see the show (we don't know all of your names, but we love you!).

And the behind the scenes people who made the production work.
John Barnier and Jon Williams and the IA Committee at Impro Australia, who donated the cost of our show's insurance, and their cut of the Roxbury Late Show door.
Jason Dunn, Jim Fishwick and Glen Bell who did our lights.
Matt Pilkington who did the door for us during the Late Show.

Our mothers and mothers everywhere, who gave us so much material for our show. We're hatching a plan for a mothers' day show in 2011, so watch this space.