Louis Nowra's celebrated modern australian classic will be performed in the Dolphin Theatre in October - November 2006.
Set in the early 1970s, a group of inmates at a psychiatric hospital is coerced and cajoled into a production of Mozart's opera Cosi Fan Tutte.
They can't sing, they don't speak Italian and one of them hardly speaks at all!
The wacky troupe's young director, Lewis, is torn between his girlfriend, supporting the anti-war movement and fulfilling the passionateaspirations of his occasionally irrational cast.
Sound a bit crazy? Well it is! But it's controlled mayhem under the careful direction of Grant Malcolm.
An award winning Director, Grant was most recently awarded Best Actor in last year's Finley Awards for his 'manic' portrayal of psychiatrist Dr Prentice in What the Butler Saw for GRADS - experience Grant is putting to good use in this production!
A terrific cast has been drawn together for this delightful production featuring:
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