For Cinda Jackson, playing the role of Geraldine Granger, the Vicar of Dibley, is a perfect fit.
The original British show was set in St Barnabas Church in Dibley, where Geraldine Granger is the minister, and Ms Jackson is not only an active member of Orange's own St Barnabas Church - she's a licensed Lay Minister.
As well as carrying out the duties of Church Warden, she also holds the position of Secretary of the Parish Council.
"It's quite funny really when you think of the similarities between the time I spend at my own church of St Barnabas in Orange and the role of Vicar Geraldine in the Vicar of Dibley," Ms Jackson said.
"At the moment all my spare time is taken up between the volunteer role I have at my own church [of St Barnabas], and at night transforming into the role of Vicar Geraldine from Dibley.
"The role is so much fun, and I get to work with some fabulous people who have a great range of theatrical experience," Ms Jackson said.
Director Janice Harris who has worked with several of the cast members in local productions in the past, says the choice of Cin Jackson for the lead role was an obvious one.
Ms Jackson is joined by fellow cast members Rod Jones (Hugo), Martina Selwood (Alice), Alvaro Marques (David), Laurie Neville (Frank), Kenneth Smith (Owen), Adam Ryder (Jim), and Katie Wallace (Letitia).
The colourful characters are portrayed in a production based on the award winning British comedy television show set around St Barnabas Anglican church in the fictional Parish of Dibley.
"When Pinnacle Players was first considering The Vicar of Dibley, Cin immediately came to mind as being perfect for the role," Ms Harris said.
"The supporting cast too are just so suited to their roles and together they make a fabulous ensemble that will keep the audience entertained from start to finish.
"We are also thrilled to be staging the Vicar of Dibley in the historic hall at Orange Public School which is an ideal setting for the play," she said.
The smash hit television show of the same name upon which the play is based, was written by Richard Curtis, of Four Weddings And A Funeral, Notting Hill, and Love Actually fame.
The Vicar of Dibley runs from November 22 - 30, with tickets now on sale.
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