Once upon a time, in a Kingdom, far, far away, there lived a beautiful girl whose name was Cinderella. Tragically when Cinderella was 16, her mother passed away. To ensure that his daughter had a mother in her life, her devoted father re-married. Unfortunately, her new Step-Mother wasn’t the nicest of people and she had 2 very nasty daughters who treated Cinderella very badly. In the castle, the King decided it was time for his son, the Prince to be married, so he decided to hold a Grand Ball. His son would choose a future wife at this ball. When the King’s Servant told everyone in the land, the Step-Mother banned Cinderella from the ball, but with some help from her friend, the Mouse and a little bit of magic, she might just make it there. Will she go to the ball steal the heart of the Prince before her midnight curfew? Will daylight savings come into it? How many references to 80’s songs can a talking mouse make? Sit back and find out …
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” will be performed in Apollo Bay in January 2007. Green Cyc returns for it’s 6th year to Paradise Picnic Reserve to present an explosive, physical production of one of Shakespeare’s most known plays. You will be taken on a journey of romance, magic and mayhem. Watch as a kaleidoscope of characters seek their dreams in a haunted wood while mischievous fairies divert the course of love with hilarious consequences.
Peter describes 'A Country Retreat" as a comedy-drama with a few current social issues thrown in for good measure. Is it possible to “get away from it all”? Maybe…… maybe not. The play is set in a rural area of the South West WA and presents real characters in believable situations. A play for our time.
Bookings open April 8 through Morris News 9440 1040
Season runs from May 10 to May 25
All evening sessions start at 8pm. Matinees start at 2pm.