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It's time again for the Stars to come out and play!

2006 Theatresports

Celebrity Challenge

Teams of stars mix it with your favourite
improvising comics.

Starring Monica Trapaga, Tim Harding from Hi-5, Home & Away stars Amy Matthews and Ada Nicodemou, Mike Goldman, host of Big Brother Up Late, breakfast radio star (and Theatresports champion) Adam Spencer, author Dr Anita Heiss, McLeod's Daughters' Henry Nixon, stand-up comics Dave Williams from Rove Live and David Callan (I-Spied) plus Nicola Parry from Thank God You're Here! They'll join such impro comedy luminaries as Cranston Cup champions Murray Fahey, Michael Gregory, Lisa Ricketts, John Knowles, Rebecca deUnamuno (from The Chaser and Comedy inc.) and more supporting the Starlight Children's Foundation.

Be there when Theatresports® rolls out the red carpet...
then pulls it out from under 'em!


Special Burlesque guests the ' Belladonnas de Lux'


Come out for a giggle and a gawk at this year’s Theatresports®  Celebrity Challenge. This star-studded event will take place on Saturday August 12th at the Enmore Theatre and will raise vital funds 
for the Starlight Children’s Foundation.

Theatresports® has been played in Sydney for 24 years and is  basically a series of spontaneously created theatre sketches based on surprise suggestions from the audience. Teams of four are challenged to play out a scene, sing a made up song, create a poem etc. The 
result is a night of fabulous fun and plenty of laughs.  This annual event is always a sell out at the 1600 seat Enmore Theatre and audience members come prepared to see smatterings of comic brilliance and hilarious blunders. With improvised games and sketches similar to 'Whose Line Is It Anyway' and featuring stars of Channel 10's hit show 'Thank God You're Here', it's a rollercoaster ride of spontaneous fun.

Stars and players who have appeared in the past include Andrew Denton, Tara Moss, Wil Anderson, Benita Collings, Karl Kruszelnicki, Tahir, Adam Hills, Tony Eastley, Gabby Millgate, Gary Eck, Roy and HG, Libbi Gorr, Captain FeatherSword, Liz Ellis, Kamahl, Rhys Muldoon, Amelia Farrugia, Bill Harrigan, David McCormack, Jason Roberts, Ben Tari, Toni Pearen, Penny Cook, Deni Hines, Clive
"Cliffy" Wedderburn, Gia Carides, Richard Glover, Rob Carlton, Kimberley Cooper, Max Sharam, Tommy Dean, Jackie Loeb, Julia Zemiro, Christina Davis, Genevieve Lemon, Annette Shun Wah, James O'Loghlin, Tim Campbell, Sandi Finlay, Gigi Edgley, John Knowles, Michael Beckley, Dan Billet, Georgie Parker, Rhonda Doyle, Steve Bastoni, Rebecca De Unamuno, Peter Berner, Penny Biggins, Umbilical Brothers, Rebecca Le Tourneau, Mark Trevorrow aka Bob Downe, Marty Lynes, 
Christa Hughes, Susie Rugg & many more...

Come and join us for a night of fun & laughs, where Celebrities and Theatresports® Champions team up to see who wins the Theatresports® Celebrity Challenge Cup.

The annual impro comedy night of nights is here! Enmore Theatre Sat Aug 12th. All the star 'pro' players of the cult comedy sensation together with the pluckiest bunch of celebrities from the world of sport, media and entertainment.

No scripts! No net!
No fear!


The Starlight Children’s Foundation’s mission is to brighten the  lives of all seriously ill and hospitalised children and their families, throughout Australia. Starlight does not receive any government funding and is entirely supported by individuals and corporations through special events and in-kind support of both goods and services.

For the past three years, Impro Australia has singled out the Starlight Children’s Foundation as the charity we support at  our annual Theatresports® Celebrity Challenge fundraiser.  The entire proceeds of the night's Monster Raffle and a portion of ticket sales go to Starlight Children’s Foundation to help buy 'wishes'.



Nicola Parry from 'Thank God You're here!', Tim Harding from Hi-5 and
Rebecca De Unamuno from The Chaser prepare to be 'CHALLENGED'!


Directed & Produced by
Katrina Douglas and Alison Richardson
and Impro Australia Incorporated

For media enquiries please contact Geoff Sirmai
Watchdog Communicaitons
Ph 02 9389 3907

Sat Aug 12th, Enmore Theatre, 8pm

Tickets 9550 3666
or Ticketek