“The Kookaburra Kids” by Judith Prior.
A new musical theatre piece
for Youth Theatre, Primary or Middle Schools
Twenty-five speaking parts and chorus.
Some doubling possible.
I have fond memories of my excitement at being dressed as a tree for my very first school concert at five years of age. I thought at the time I had been given the important part because I was tall for my age but later ventures into stage productions confirmed the fact that as I really can’t act or sing..... and choreography is entirely beyond my comprehension, casting me as the tree was a brilliant choice by the school teacher director.
Laughing Horse Productions
The Pirates of Penzance or The Slave of Duty
Gilbert & Sullivan
A Dark Horror Comedy presented by Phoenix Theatre Inc and supported by Dark Psychic Productions.
It’s 1978 and zombies in polyester walk the earth. As the ravenous hoards attack the frail security gate separating the living from the walking dead in this shopping centre from hell!
The survivors make a desperate bid for weapons and supplies, eventually forming a makeshift family. Paradise is short-lived as betrayal, false identities and infection threaten the belief that ‘there’s got to be a morning after.’
Danger lurks behind every mannequin in a play that blends horror, satire and melodrama with punk rock and disco music into ‘a whirlwind of zombie mayhem.’
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From Bryn Coldrick. Thanks for coming Bryn!
Review: Macbeth & Julius Caesar (Upstart Theatre Company)
5 November 2012
I loved the simplicity and minimalism of these productions. Without elaborate sets and costumes, the focus is essentially on the text, the plot, the characters, the performance. And what a great space to put on shows like this.
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Hot Room Theatre Group
in association with Horizon Theatre presents