Women front and centre as 1951 play returns to the stage in Penrith

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From this weekend, the talented creatives from Ruby Productions will be putting on yet another spectacular show, with a unique twist.

‘Women of Twilight’ is a 1951 play by Sylvia Rayman that became a 1952 film directed by Gordon Parry.

Described as a ‘hard-hitting all-women play’, the show sees unmarried mothers ruthlessly exploited by an unscrupulous, baby-farming landlord.

For Ruby Productions, this sees women placed front and centre both on and off the stage, with a talented group of ladies taking on the ensemble cast, and stepping up behind the scenes.

To see the incredibly gripping and clever script brought to life right here in Penrith, don’t miss your chance to buy tickets now.

Ruby Productions’ ‘Women of Twilight’ will be on at the John Lees Centre on Friday, May 12, Saturday, May 13 and Friday, May 19 at 7pm, and on Saturday, May 20 at 2pm and 7pm. Tickets are $30 for adults, $25 concession, or $40 at the door. For more information or to book, visit rubyproductions.com.au.

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