The Servants of Two Masters: Swan Valley Anglican Community School drama production ready to go

Year 10 drama students Rhiannon Connley and Aiden Mailey Swan Valley Anglican School students' production of <i>The Servants of Two Masters</i>.
Year 10 drama students Rhiannon Connley and Aiden Mailey Swan Valley Anglican School students' production of The Servants of Two Masters.

SWAN Valley Anglican Community School will present The Servants of Two Masters by Carlo Goldini as its 2018 drama production this month.

Adapted by Nick Enright and Ron Blair, the comedy has an Australian flavour to the original 1746 text which tells the story of Truffaldino, a servant who decides to work for two people simultaneously.

Truffaldino tries to handle the chaos as his masters turn out to be separated lovers on the run staying at the same inn, with one disguised as a man.

Year 10 student Elizabeth Johnson plays Truffaldino who she described as “extremely funny, cheeky, light–hearted and quite forgetful”.

Swan Valley Anglican Community School students present The Servants of Two Masters this May.

“Although he is a well-intended, loyal servant he often finds himself in trouble when his only motive is to find something to eat or to chase after his love interest, Smeraldina.”

Co-star Corey Powell has his debut in the school production as Pantalone, “a senile, grumpy old man”.

“He is very wealthy, but doesn’t really care about anything except his own wellbeing,” he said.

“My experience being involved in the production has been quite a fun journey.”

The Servant of Two Masters
Wednesday, May 16 from 7.30pm
Thursday, May 17 and Friday, May 18 from 7.30pm with optional dinner from 6pm
Building 1 – Swan Valley Anglican Community School, Swanleigh Parade, Aveley
Tickets $10 adults/$5 students and $40 for two-course dinner and premium seating
Book via trybooking.com/UDOQ

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