I am a director of mju, a company that specialises in professional and personal makeup application training. We offer workshops to actors, and other people involved in the 'arts' as to how to apply their makeup for auditions, stage, film, photography.
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“No Exit” by Jean-Paul Sartre.
The Crypt Theatre, Cat and Fiddle Hotel, Balmain to 25th June 2006
Reviewed by Keith McIlroy. 2nd June 2006
Given the quality of both the production team and the cast it is not surprising that this is an excellent production. NIDA graduate director Briony Dunn has teamed up again with Fiona Green to co direct and produce this entertaining, fast paced and, of course, thought-provoking piece.
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The Wayside Chapel has recently started it's own choir to perform at services and events. In time, we would like the choir to be able to perform at corporate functions, weddings etc to help raise money for the Wayside Chapel. The choir sings a variety of songs from gospel (traditional to Sister act 2) to pop with a view to exploring all different genres of music. We are looking for an accompanist who might be willing to be present ast rehearsals (Wednesday fortnights) and also any gigs the choir may be performing at. While the position is for a charity choir, I would consider paying someone for their time to enhance the professionalism of the choir! If you are interested, please contact Freya Grant on 0411 749 194. (If you would like to join the choir, you are more than welcome to call as well!)
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The Victorian Amateur Musical Premier
SHOUT! - The Legend of the Wild One
John-Michael Howson, David Mitchell, Melvyn Morrow
BY ARRANGEMENT WITH HLA MANAGEMENT
EXCLUSIVELY LICENSED BY ORiGiN THEATRICAL
A fully staged and costumed production tracing the musical and theatrical collaboration between W.S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan and Richard D'Oyly Carter
The story is narrated by Richasrd D'oyly Carte and the action alternates between rehearsal and performance mode presenting excerpts from all 13 Savoy operas.
At times sad, but frequently witty, this show could just as easily be titled " G & S - all the best bits"
Written & Directed by Donna and Andrew Foote this show presents all the joy and colour expected of a full Gilbert & Sullivan production