Gary CLARK (Gillette)
Gary Clark as William Hooker Gillette (July 24, 1853 – April 29, 1937) I’ve enjoyed acting with the arts theatre for just over 14 years and enjoyed a variety of roles form from villain to benighted love interest, and back again, but for every actor there is one role they would love to play and for me that’s always been Sherlock Holmes. So now I get to be the legendary detective and the actor who became synonymous with his stage presence; (William Gillette)! I’m overjoyed and you’re in for grand mystery.
So ease into your chairs, forget the impossible, embrace the improbable engage your intellect, and solve the mystery for the Game’s Afoot
Michael BARLOW (FELIX)
Rachele EDSON (Aggie)
Born and raised in Brisbane, Rachele has always been a performer at heart. This is her fourth performance with the Arts Theatre Cronulla, having appeared in previous productions Don’t Dress For Dinner, When A Man Loves A Woman and Death of a Salesman. She has also been busy on screen, acting in short films and commercials in 2020, as well as writing and developing her own short film, set to film this year in South Australia. Rachele a young Australian actress on the rise!
Jayne-Louise O'CONNELL (Madge)
Jayne-Louise studied at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA). Her theatre accolades include Patalog Theatre’s Tusk Tusk, Manet’s self-devised Forelsket, the West Australian Opera’s Il Trovatore. She was a finalist in the Independent Theatre Association’s Dramafest for her performance as Betty in October. Tv Commercials Switch Homes Gruen. Film credits include Serhat Caradee’s A Lion Returns and Kim Farrants Angel of Mine as well as the short-film, Pride. Jayne wrote, directed and produced The Pursuit, a short documentary film that screened across high schools to encourage young people to pursue their passions. Jayne is currently working on writing her own TV pilot with L.A. writing school Script Anatomy which she will produce later this year.
Margareta MOIR (Daria)
Following a sold out 2020 season at The Arts Theatre in the hilarious farce, ‘Don’t Dress For Dinner’ & sold out, staged-reading of Sue Turner’s original play, ‘When A Man Loves A Woman…’ in January this year, Margareta is delighted to return to the stage as Daria Chase in ‘The Game’s Afoot’. Margareta has performed in theatres all over Australia & abroad. When she’s not performing on stage, she keeps herself busy as the Arts Theatre Secretary, Web Administrator, Newsletter Editor & member of the Bareboards Committee.
Flossie HOUGH (The Inspector)
Arianne much prefers to be called Flossie(!) and has been working in the entertainment industry for 18 years. Having previously studied at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in the UK and the Atlantic Acting School in NYC, Flossie continues to work regularly in film, tv and theatre in Australia, her most recent appearances include BUMP (on STAN) and the MLA Lamb ad for 2021. This is her third production with ATC. Flossie is very famous for her Brownies. She is very excited to be working with Tom Richards again. Check out PLENTY paper towels (UK/Europe).
Luke AUSTIN (Simon)
Luke is no stranger to the Arts Theatre Cronulla. He knows a thing or two about humour – he wrote a thesis on it. He’s most recognizable from his comedic roles in Moon Over Buffalo, Shady Business and Coup De Grace. A voiceover artist by trade, he is excited to step back onto the stage after a two year hiatus. He is currently studying acting at Screenwise.
Narelle JAEGER (Martha)
Narelle has been a longstanding member of the Arts Theatre Cronulla, performing in such plays as Steel Magnolias, The Shoehorn Sonata, Calendar Girls, Away, Sylvia, Allo Allo, The Chalk Garden, Stepping Out and The Perfect Wedding.
She has performed with other theatre groups such as The Genesians, The Guild Theatre, Squeaky Dog Theatre, Sutherland Theatre Company and The Illawarra Little Theatre in such productions as The Taming of the Shrew, Androcles and the Lion, The Removalists, Dinkum Assorted and Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks.