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The Argument

A Black Comedy


June 2023

DONNYBROOK: The Big Apple Theatre, June 16th

BUNBURY:  Highway Hotel, June 23, 24 and 25


In ten arguments, William Boyd explores what it is to dispute with those we love and those we claim to love.  He looks at our propensity to judge others and our inherent power to cause real pain. He shows how the arguments we have with one another get to the very heart and reality of our relationships.

"We all argue. Why? What strategies so we use? We as a cast have, and you as a person in the audience will, recongise yourself in parts of what you see on stage. This production is a good example of the Lost Sheep Theatre slogan: Inclusive, Creative, Supportive. "

Director, Roslyn Manning

Meet the Cast and Crew
The Argument



Roslyn Manning

Ros has been around treading the boards for many years.  She loves to act but is also loving directing productions. She has a wealth of experience as a Thespian and shares it with those willing to learn.  Roslyn has directed numerous productions including 'At Any Cost' and 'When Dad married Fury.

Roslyn is a founding member of Lost Sheep Theatre.


Cast - Meredith

Mirella Principe

Mel has been involved in theatre for 21 years working in Manjimup, Dunsborough, Busselton and now Bunbury.  She loved working with Lost Sheep Theatre. 


Cast - Chloe

Ann Silver

Ann is an accomplished actor and director. This is her first performance with Lost Sheep Theatre. She is doing what she loves most - working with a talented director and sharing the stage with other talented people. 


Cast - Jane

Natasha Birch

Having previously graced stages at Rockingham Theatre Company and in Perth, Natasha was excited to part of her first show in Bunbury. She enjoyed bringing to life Jane's peculiar speech style. 


Stage Manager

Connie Mills

Connie is one of only a few that come into the theatre world and say, 'I only want to work backstage' and actually only work backstage.  Connie is a highly sought after Stage Manager in the community theatre and loves being involved from the first concept meeting to the end of the productions life.  

Connie is a founding member of Lost Sheep Theatre.


PCast - Pip

Dan Armstrong

Dan loved tackling this show alongside a wonderful cast. He stated that it had been brilliant yelling and screaming at some really lovely people.  Dan has performed in Australia and New Zealand. 


Cast - Tony

Les Pearce

Les has been involved in school and community theatre as an actor, director, lighting designer and writer since the late 1970's.  Most recently he appeared as Ivan in a production of Art for Stark Raven Theatre.


Cast - Tony

Ryan Begley

Ryan has a passion for both comedic and dramatic theatre. He is an improv teacher and enjoyed his first scripted production and embraces the challenge of more. 

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