1, 2, 3, and the Dog
Presented by Headlong Theatre
Written and directed by Victoria Midwinter Pitt
29 November - 16 December
Ever been struck by how differently you and your brothers and sisters remember the same events from your childhood? Do those differences matter?
A Bad Time Songs- Christchurch Drama Centre, Queenslea Dve, Claremont.
Written by Garreth Bradshaw
Directed by Garreth Bradshaw and Joanne Williams
Upon walking into the theatre you could almost be forgiven for thinking you've just stumbled in halfway through a rehearsal. The stage is mostly bare aside from a few sticks of furniture, a microphone stand, and a small turntable incongruously playing classic honkytonk tunes from the thirties and forties. Why is this so? Perhaps it is Brechtian.
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‘On the outside’, a production from Pop Biscuit and The Blue Room Theatre, is showing at The Blue Room Studio on Tuesday to Thursday at 6.30 and a late show on Friday and Saturday, 9.00 pm, until the 25th November.
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Come and see an exciting new cabaret devised and performed by some of Perth’s most exciting young artists.A Bad Time for Songs, Devised and Directed by Garreth Bradshaw (Western Australian Youth Theatre Co., Midnite Youth Theatre Co.) chronicles the collaboration between Bertolt Brecht (The Threepenny Opera, Caucasian Chalk Circle) and Kurt Weill (Mack the Knife, Alabama Song) and the times in which they lived. Featuring Brecht’s little known poetry and excerpts from his plays, and the timeless music of Weill, this show is certainly a must see for theatre and music lovers alike.
A Bad Time for Songs stars Sam Devenport (Midnite Youth Theatre Co., Gilbert and Sullivan Society WA), Garreth Bradshaw and Claire Taylor (Midnite Youth Theatre Co, Gilbert and Sullivan Society WA, Yellow Glass Theatre Inc.). Featuring Nick Allbrook and Joe Ryan on Guitar, with musical backings arranged by Don Vickers.
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A fully staged and costumed production tracing the musical and theatrical collaboration between W.S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan and Richard D'Oyly Carter
The story is narrated by Richasrd D'oyly Carte and the action alternates between rehearsal and performance mode presenting excerpts from all 13 Savoy operas.
At times sad, but frequently witty, this show could just as easily be titled " G & S - all the best bits"
Written & Directed by Donna and Andrew Foote this show presents all the joy and colour expected of a full Gilbert & Sullivan production