2017:


Gertraud Ingeborg will be performing again in

Neighbourhood Watch

by Lally Katz

19th - 24th July  2017 at the Mankey Baa Theatre Darling Harbour


Producer: Illuminate Educate    Director: Susanna Dowling



The Sylph

by Jodi Rose

Direction & Design by Colleen Cook

Lighting by Martin Kinnane


18 - 29 April 2017 Old 505 Theatre Newtown


for details click here

 














2016:


Weihnachtsmärchen - Christmas Tales

with Gabriele Deutsch and Gertraud Ingeborg, direction Gabriele Deutsch.


Teatro Cortile Bolzano, Italy, 3.- 5. December 2016




Oscar and the Lady in Pink

with Gertraud Ingeborg, direction Beate Sauer


Kleines Theater Vienna, 16.- 17. December 216

Kleines Theater Salzburg, 19. December 2016

Theater Bodi End Sole, Hallein Austria, 21. December 2016


Having had several successful seasons in Sydney and Italy, we brought

back ' Oskar und die Dame in Rosa' by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt

14 & 16 March at the Theater Im Hof, Bolzano, Italy and

18 March at the Odeïon Kulturforum Salzburg, Austria www.odeion.at









King Lear

After showing Shakespeare’s King Lear, 2 Players - 60 Minutes in Shakespeare for Schools at Cortile Theater im Hof, Bolzano, Italy in March 2013, as well as in October 2013 in Sydney at the Old 505 Theatre, and in Melbourne for the Fringe Festival in September 2014, we have taken the show again to Bolzano 7.- 15. Nov 2016. Click here for details.














2015:


28th May - 6th June  2015 at The Bondi Pavilion Theatre

Neighbourhood Watch

by Lally Katz


Producer: Illuminate Educate    Director: Susanna Dowling

 

with Gertraud Ingeborg, Anne Wilson, Skyler Ellis, Andrew Lindquist, Linden Wilkinson, Odile Le Clezio and Steven Kreamer


'This is a good production. Gertraud Ingeborg excels as Ana, an octogenarian Hungarian widow who epitomizes the belligerent survivor of her generation. Anne Wilson is energetic as Catherine, even if her assurance and self-possession is somewhat at odds with her character. The pace is handled with practical efficiency by director Susanna Dowling, who gets the most out of all her actors in an admirably complete production. I was charmed by Isabella Andronos' clever and minimalistic set and elegant work on costume.' Daniel Morgan Potts, Sunday 31 May 2015
















'Neighbourhood Watch is a part real, part imaginary drama about an actress Catherine (Anne Wilson) and her neighbour Ana (Gertaud Ingeborg) from Hungary.

Gertraud Ingeborg immediately engaged as the cantankerous and mysterious Hungarian neighbourly busybody.

Catherine is a troubled soul – haunted by a past relationship. She has a quirky flatmate Ken (Skyler Ellis) who is also struggling to find his feet.

The pace quickens when Andrew Linquist  (as her ex boyfriend Martin) smouldered onto the stage and later portrayed one of the terrifying characters from Ana’s past.

This was a simple but attractive looking production which overcame the limitations of the Bondi Pavilion by having actors walk in from unexpected vantage points'.  David Spicer


Brigidine High School


Please pass on a huge congratulations to all of you for a fabulous production last night. Having seen the Belvoir production here and in Melbourne I can assure you that I really enjoyed your production even more!! I loved Gertraud's comments about storytelling in the Q&A and I think that's what you all did so beautifully - showed out students that you don't need flashing revolves to make this story work so effectively on stage. Loved the characterisation - Anne there was a beautiful bittersweet vulnerability to your Catherine, and Skyler found such lovely comic potential in Ken (one of the more trickier roles in the play).  All actors were superb and I know this is theatrical heresy but I totally preferred Gertraud's Ana to Robyn Nevin's (that also may have something to do with a Nevin run in many years ago....). You've given the students so much to discuss and write about and we can't wait to have you back to Brigo in Feb 2017!


Thanks again for coming up our way and all the very best :)



Kind Regards


Miss DiAnne McDonald

Head of Drama 



For Short&Sweet  2014 Gertraud Ingeborg performed in SACRED PROFANE, (runner up Critic’s Choice), and REFLECTIONS IN A SUNDAY MIRROR, both at King Street Theatre.


Gertraud and David both performed in FRIDAY, directed by Julia Baz, at the Old Fitzroy in August  2013.


Gertraud performed in HELEN BACK, directed by David Ritchie, at the Newtown Theatre in March  2012.


Gertraud Ingeborg performed in the United Nations Production short film ‘May’, written by Fileti, Moreira & Schöller (January 2012) which was shown at Flickerfest 2013 and is susequently touring Australia.



Gertraud Ingeborg appeared in UTOPIA, a feature film, written by Walter Grkovic & Clinton Reynolds, that was shot in January and February 2012:




Gertraud Ingeborg performed again during Sydney Fringe, in Red Sheep at the New Theatre, during September 2011. Click here for more information.


For ‘Short and Sweet’ we were producing Helen Back by Elena Carapetis at the King Street Theatre (formerly Newtown Theatre), February 2012


After successful seasons in 2011 and 2012, Shakespeare for Schools - monologues and dialogues from Shakespeare’s plays, directed by Scarlett Ritchie, will be produced again. Teatro Cortile Theater im Hof Bolzano/Bozen, Italy, March 2013.


Hamlet was showing in May 2012 - click here for details.



Oscar and the Lady in Pink- by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt. With Gertraud Ingeborg and directed by David Ritchie at the Newtown Theatre 8 - 23 December 2010. Co-produced with Teatro Cortile Theater im Hof Bolzano/Bozen Italy.


The Four Seasons, by Arnold Wesker, directed by Tanya Denny, was produced with The Sydney Fringe at the Newtown Theatre, between 10 and 26 September 2010.


Gertraud Ingeborg and David Ritchie appeared in Burnt By The Sun by Peter Flannery, at New Theatre, Newtown, in August - September 2010.


Gertraud Ingeborg performed in Thin Air by Thomas Coash for Short & Sweet, directed by David Ritchie. This is what The Newtown Theatre had to say about it:


Distinguished actress, Gertraud Ingeborg, who has just returned from touring A Streetcar named Desire in the USA with Cate Blanchett, has walked the tightrope all the way to the Gala Final of Short+Sweet Sydney 2010 by being announced as the Judge’s Choice for Top 100 Week 7 at Newtown Theatre on Sunday night.


With grace and fragility Ingeborg starred as a circus performer in Thomas Coash’s dramatic one woman play Thin Air who prepares to step again onto the high wire after her husband has 'come down’ (fallen to his death).


The production was directed by the brilliant David Ritchie with the renowned Tony Youlden, designing a stunning lighted trapeze platform.


Winning the Best Actress Runner Up Award in the 'Short+Sweet 2010' season.



Gertraud Ingeborg has performed in A Streetcar Named Desire with the

Sydney Theatre Company in September 2009, directed by Liv Ullman.

Tour to Washington and New York October to December 2009.