Set in the memorials office of the local cemetery the play looks at how the staff deal with death. From a somber beginning Death Warmed Up becomes a black comedy of unexpected proportions.
The staff reactions to the unusual way people want to be remembered open up entrepreneurial opportunities for a cash strapped cemetery.
Written by West Australian playwright Stephan Jean De Jonghe and was a great success for Kalamunda Dramatic Society when it was first presented in 2007.
There will be 2 performances - the first being held in Kununurra and the 2nd in Wyndham. We are taking the show on the road! Kununurra’s performance is on Friday 22nd June, 6pm at the Kununurra Leisure Centre Hall. Seating will be in cabaret style with tables of 8.
The Wyndham performance is set for Saturday 30th June, 6pm at the Wyndham Picture Gardens. Seating is in the regular picture garden arrangement – bring your own chair if you wish!
The Picture Gardens Canteen will be open to sell light refreshments.
Tickets in Wyndham are available from the Wyndham Shire Office, Joongari House, Thorley’s Store and at the Gate on the night. $25 Adults, $5 School Aged Children (Ie under 16), Family Pass $60 (2 adults, up to 4 children). Cash sales only, no EFTPOS available. Wyndham is also a smoke free venue.
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A bold and brash musical – with big hearts and beehives – will make Limelight Theatre’s stage come alive this June.