Kyneton One-Act Play Festival 2015

Cathouse won Best Play, Best Costumes and Props, Best Director, plus nominations for: Best Actress Maggie Browne, Best Actor Andrew LeClercq, Best Supporting Actress Pat Agyeman.

Macedon One-Act Play Festival 2015

Cathouse Players recieved nominations for: Best Production, Best Director, Best Male Lead Andrew LeClercq, Best Female Lead Maggie Browne, Best Supporting Actress Pat Agyeman, Best Supporting Actor Alan Stone.

Article in Midland Express Jan 5 2015

Critical acclaim for Cathouse Players By Jeff Jones

"Cathouse Players are celebrating a triumphant return to Kyneton after winning a Victorian Drama League award and scoring a rave review for their recent season of Atlantic Crossing.

The company received an Adjudicator Award from Alan Burrows for the best innovative set design for its production of Deathtrap at the Chewton Senior Citizens Hall last year.

Mr Burrows praised Cathouse Players for their "clever set design that incorporated features and fittings of the hall in which they performed". Director Bette Sartore said the company was thrilled to win the award. "It was lovely and very exciting," Ms Sartore said.

Cathouse Players returned to Kyneton late last year and presented a season of four one-act plays called Atlantic Crossing at the Kyneton Masonic Lodge and received critical acclaim from reviewer Graeme McCoubrie in Theatrecraft. Mr McCoubrie said it was indeed a commendable season because the company basically had to create a theatre in the hall from scratch.

He said the show featured some standout performances including David Cubley, Frank Sartore, Fiona Agyeman, Andrew LeClercq and Maggie Browne. ..."