‘How to become a BETTER PERSON’ by Imp Productions for ARTRAGE, is showing at PICA in Northbridge at 8.00 pm until SUNDAY 12th November.
This is ‘Cinderella’ and ‘A Christmas Carol’ combined and presented in pantomime style. Add the zany comedy of Mr Bean and a satirical look at life today, you should know what to expect. As the scene opens to reveal the poor elf (Jackson Castiglione), slaving away in the kitchen of an overbearing employer (Mark Evans). The slave has to watch on as the tyrant gets everything – good food, life style and a beautiful woman (Pilar Mata Dupont). Will the elf’s luck change? Will he ever be able to take his love on a romantic journey, in a golden carriage? Or will it be an unachievable dream? Where do Benny Hill and Skippy fit in? Well you will just have to see this hilarious show to find out.
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Auditions for Melville's first production for 2007 - Pride and Prejudice are coming up on Saturday 18th November at 2pm (theatre open from 1.30pm to register and skim read through audition scenes.
I have had a brilliant response from women interested, which is good; I need a lot of women. I've had very little response from men. I am hoping this is because they just didn't want to respond but that they are actually planning on turning up. I need a dark, brooding but very sexy Mr Darcy. A bright, friendly, cheerful Mr Bingely, A charming but devious Mr Wickham, A foolish, simpering Mr Collins (a brilliant role to play) and of course the wonderful Mr Bennet with his dry humour and disdainful looks at his wife.
'A lad in sane productions'are searching for a volunteer or two to help out backstage during our season of The Karaoke Twist, playing at The Old Mill Theatre in South Perth,December 6th - 16th, refer What's On' section for more details. What's in it for you?...Hmm? Okay. Well...you can tell your friends that you were the lucky one who helped out on the play no one's talking about! Not enough? How about a free t-shirt? ...More!! You drive a hard bargain friend...okay, how about free drinks after the show. Note: Alcoholics need not apply... What else? Hey dude! Tempremental superstars I can handle but....okay, yes, we'll put your name in the program...yes....at the top of the page, ahead of the actors.... what do you mean you'll think about it! Will it be fun? With a name like A lad in sane what do you reckon cobber? Interested persons can wake Johnny Grim at work on 9346 6336 or catch him doing the vacuuming at home on 9355 5591.
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We are currently casting a new play by a local author. It is about two housemates, Cathy and Mike, and their lives during a few months, as the title suggests. The characters all have ages of about 18 to 30, except for one aged around 30 to 50.
Total Theatre Presents
The villagers of Little Wishford are busy putting the finishing touch to their annual Christmas Pageant.
Of course Rudolph has lost his nose again, the fairy’s nowhere to be seen, and Santa’s little helpers just cannot get the hang of that dance. But don’t worry, because their self-appointed director, the ferocious Mr William McGregor is definitely in charge, as always!
Comedy, corruption and sexy 1940s charm come to the Old Mill Theatre this June in the play Born Yesterday.