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Star cast in fringe hit
The Frankston Standard
16 October, 2006

NEWSREADER turned thespian Jennifer Hansen and singer/songwriter Ross Ryan will be on stage at Mt Martha House this week for Melbourne Fringe Festival hit Chasing Pegasus (a play in 10 chords).

Joining them on stage will be Seaford actor Peter Flaherty (currently TV's Donny Tremayne on All Saints) and Carrum's Michael Clayton, whose most recent role was in Dancing at Lughnasa for the Frankston Theatre Company.

Ryan will also perform his 1974 hit I Am Pegasus.

Written and directed by Mornington Peninsula actor and playwright Sally McLean, Chasing Pegasus celebrates the differences in people and finding the extraordinary within ourselves and others.

Chasing Pegasus runs from October 18 to 22 at Mt Martha House; 8pm nightly and a Sunday matinee.

Bookings: or phone 0410 798 514 for further information.

Photo caption: Jennifer Hansen, Ross Ryan, Sarah Penn, Michael Clayton, Kathleen Ronchi, Sally McLean with (front row) Tanya McCall, Hannah Fox, Bridget Neval, Peter Flaherty and Charity Shaw. Photo by YANNI



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