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Experienced cast strikes a chord
The Mornington Peninsula Leader
17 October, 2006

On stage
Chasing Pegasus (a play in ten chords)
Where: Mt Martha House
When: October 18-21 at 8pm and October 22 at 4pm
Cost: $16.50/$12.50/$11
Bookings: or
0410 798 514

A HOUSEWIFE, two teenagers, a teacher, an ex-singer, a deaf girl, an author, an accountant, a book shop owner and a shop assistant - what do they have in common?

They are all members of the Serendipity Book Club and they are all about to embark on an unexpected journey ...

And so unfolds the story in peninsula theatre company Incognita Enterprises's play Chasing Pegasus (a play in ten chords).

Written and directed by actor/ playwright Sally McLean, the play features Ross Ryan performing his 1974 hit I Am Pegasus.

Other performers include Peter FlahertY (All Saints), Kathleen Ronchi (Henderson Kids, Prime Time), Sarah Penn (WAAPA Graduate), Michael Clayton (Dancing at Lughnasa), Tanya McCall (Hiding From Hitler, Nicholas Nickleby), Hannah Fox (Actors Centre Australia Graduate), Bridget Neval (Neighbours, Wicked Science), Charity Shaw (National Theatre Graduate and recipient of the Joan Harris Award) and former newsreader Jennifer Hansen.

Photo caption: Ross Ryan will perform his 1974 hit I Am Pegasus. Photo by YANNI



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