My name is Richard and I am part of the production team behind a new Melbourne based comic book styled TV show called Fudge It!
The Picton Theatre Group would like to announce their upcoming auditions for their next theatre production ‘Chemical Imbalance’ which is a Jekyll and Hyde play written by Lauren Wilson.
This play is a darkly comic adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's ‘Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’. In Victorian England, repressed impulses burst their corsets as Dr. Jekyll's experiments in the nature of evil threaten to reveal the bloody hands beneath the gloves of the British Empire. Chemical Imbalance is a fast-paced romp about men and women tightrope walking the line between aristocracy and depravity, and between the twin spectres of good and evil.
Black Swan State Theatre Company presents
By Reg Cribb
14 – 30 October 2011
250 kilometres apart, two 16 year-old girls walk into two police stations to make a confession. A confession of a crime so unimaginable that the full extent of what they are saying only slowly dawns on the police. And in their hometown, nothing will ever be the same again. What drives two teenage girls to commit a crime that has shaken their home town to the core and shocked the entire country?
Monash Uni Student Theatre (MSA) and Monash University Academy of Performing Arts
A New Musical
Book and Lyrics by Steven Sater
Music by Duncan Sheik
Based on the Original Play by Frank Wedekind
In the downtown slums of Skid Row - amongst the homeless, the urchins and the thugs - there shines a glimmer of humanity and positivity. Seymour Krelborn, an apprentice florist, works day in and day out selling daisies and roses to nobody - for who needs flowers in Skid Row?
He knows that one day he will need to get out of Skid Row, and he hopes to take Audrey, the girl of his dreams, with him. However, two problems stand in his way; Audrey hardly notices Seymour, and she has a violent drug crazed dentist boyfriend: Orin Scrivello D.D.S.
Over the past 6 years Alex, a Greek-Orthodox man, and Eve, a Lebanese-Muslim woman, have entertained audiences across the country in a ground-breaking trilogy of stage shows that have had the critics raving, shattered box office records with over 25,000 having seen the shows and has led to the making of a major motion movie.