IT’S a complete “fur-for-all” at Stirling Theatre this February with the play Fluff.

Written by John Scholes and directed by Jane Sherwood, it’s one of three short plays on offer at Stirling Theatre under the collective title “Famous Family Felonies”.

Set in the bedroom of a mansion while wealthy party-goers enjoy themselves downstairs, the story follows Joe and his sister Sally who have come along to steal unattended furs from the bedroom.

But Sally, posing as a party guest, also has high hopes wealthy landowner Nigel is going to sweep her off her feet.

Nigel has similar thoughts about Sally while Alice – his girlfriend – also has her eye on the furs.

“The play was originally going to be directed by someone else but they retired and moved away, so I offered to take over,” Jane said.

“It’s a fun, lively play and seemed a light change from some of the more serious productions I usually take on.

“There is a lot of physical comedy in Fluff and I liked the idea of this challenge.”

Joining Fluff for Famous Family Felonies are the plays A Dame Remembers and Pulling Weeds.

Performances are 8pm February 10, 11, 12, 17, 18 and 19 with a 2pm matinee February 13. Tickets are $22, $20 concession – book at www.trybooking.com/BUQHK

Stirling Theatre is on Morris Place, Innaloo.

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