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      WOSSNAME SPECIAL THEATER BULLETIN
      October 2, 2001
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      A late news item from Australia with a short date:

      Unseen Theatre Company
      by arrangement with Methuen Publishing Pty. Ltd.
      presents

      Terry Pratchett's

      "THE FIFTH ELEPHANT"

      Adapted by Stephen Briggs, Directed by Pamela Munt

      BAKEHOUSE THEATRE - 255 Angas St, Adelaide
      OCTOBER 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26 at 8.00pm

      Unseen Theatre Company presents another episode in the story
      of the intrepid City Watch, the law-enforcement officers of
      Ankh-Morpork who make the Keystone Cops look good.

      Those of you who saw our production of "Men At Arms" may remember
      that our beloved Vimes earned a promotion to "Commander" of this
      constabulary.

      Now he and his country bred, aristocratic wife Sybil have been sent
      by the Patrician as ambassadors to Uberwald - a country of Vampires,
      Werewolves and Dwarfs. A country which, according to the Patrician
      "remains a mystery inside a riddle wrapped in an enigma."

      Vimes may now be a Duke but he is still not very good at diplomacy.
      He explains Uberwald as a "big suet pudding that everyone's suddenly
      noticed" and the coronation of the Low King of the Dwarfs as "an
      excuse for everyone to rush there with knife, fork and spoon to
      shovel as much on their plates as possible."

      He's right of course.

      In diplomatic language though, Vimes's job is to establish trade
      links with the Low King. He is just a bit confused about why *he*
      was given the job. After all, as everyone knows "policemen don't go
      on holiday. Where you get policemen, you get crime." If he goes to
      Uberwald, there will be a crime.

      He's right again...

      Tickets: Adult $14, Concession $12, Group (10+) $10
      PREVIEW October 11, all tickets $10 (available only on 8296 2004)
      Bookings: Betty on 8296 2004 (8am-8pm, 7 days) or
      BASS 131 246 or www.bass.net.au (booking fee will apply)

      THEATRE DINNER DEAL with
      THAI HUTT RESTAURANT
      214 Hutt St, Adelaide.
      For $30 you will get an entrée, main course, soft drink and ticket to the
      show.
      Book with Betty on 8296 2004

      More information at www.unseen.com.au

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      Copyright 2002 WOSSNAME
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