Tickets are now on sale for the Hills Musical Theatre Company’s production of ‘Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.’ This production has a fantastic cast of up and coming young people and up and coming young at heart people who are looking forward to bringing you this uplifting show.
Book tickets now for best seats.
Fri 27th May 8pm, Sat 28th May 2pm & 8pm, Fri 3rd June 8pm, Sat 4th June 2pm & 8pm.
VENUE- Model Farms High School Auditorium Gooden Drive Baulkham Hills.
Ingo Bracke is an installation artist who works with light to create large format light art projects on landscapes and monuments.
Bracke combines technology and nature to demonstrate that gentle human intervention in nature is possible without causing irreparable damage. The photographs in Worlds of Light depict the spellbinding nocturnal art experience Bracke created in the spectacular Kiefersfelden Canyon.
Saxes: Sam Gill | Nathan Henshaw | Jason Morphett | Don Reid | Jack Stoneham. Trumpets: Miroslav Bukovsky | Chris Ellis | Mike Kenny | Cam McAllister | Paul Meo.
Trombones: Gareth Lewis | Nich Polovineo | Matt O’Brien | Lee Tuckwell
Rhythm Section: Hugh Fraser (bass) | Ed Goyer (Vibraphone) | Kevin Hunt (piano) | Alex Masso (drums) | Jeremy Sawkins (guitar).
The Orchestra will play two sets of their own compositions. New works by Miroslav Bukovsky, Cam McAllister and Wilbur Whitta will be premiered. Guest composer Roger Dean will join us again with two of his forays into collective orchestral improvisation: BiKinetic & FiFu#2.
HANDY WORK DAY 2 –
Saturday May 14 at 7pm
THE POLYMORPHIC ORKESTRA featuring Lee McIver | Ed Goyer | Ed Rodrigues.
JEREMY SAWKINS – Solo Guitar Set
MIKE KENNY SEPTET with: Mike Kenny (trumpet, flugelhorn) | Melissa Kenny (voice) | Jason Morphett (saxes) | Paul Cutlan (saxes, bass clarinet) | Ed Goyer (vibraphone) | Hugh Fraser (bass) | Jamie Castrisos (drums)
Bookings & Enquiries: phone 9665 6489
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Tickets – $30 Full, $20 Concession
Cafe & box office open from 6.30pm
Venue – St Luke’s Hall, 11 Stanmore Road, Enmore
Howie The Rookie is a white-knuckle ride through a nightmare Dublin, where enemies and allies are interchangeable, where the most brutal events take on a mythic significance.
The Howie Lee (Andrew Henry) gets dragged into a bizarre feud of honour involving a scabies-infested mattress against The Rookie Lee (Sean Hawkins), which spirals out of control and ends in his own personal tragedy. Continue reading HOWIE THE ROOKIE @ THE OLD FITZ→
In the depths of the 1930’s, Annie is a fiery young girl who must live in a miserable orphanage run by the tyrannical Miss Hannigan. Her seemingly hopeless situation changes dramatically when she is selected to spend a short time at the residence of the wealthy munitions industrialist, Oliver Warbucks.
Quickly, Annie charms the hearts of the household staff, and even the seemingly coldhearted Warbucks cannot help but learn to love this wonderful girl.
Oliver decides to help Annie find her long lost parents by offering a reward to any couple who can prove to him they are Annie’s parents. However, Miss Hannigan, her evil brother, Rooster, and a female accomplice, plan to impersonate those people to claim the reward for themselves, putting Annie in great danger.
Mosman Musical Society (MMS) is working hard to put together a memorable show which will feature a very talented cast of local girls as the orphans and a wonderful mix of familiar faces from previous MMS shows in addition to some great new talent in some of the leading roles.
The show opens on Friday the 17th June at the Zenith Theatre in Chatswood. A total of 8 great shows will entertain lower North Shore audiences with evergreens ballads such as: Tomorrow, NYC, and Hard Knock Life, to name just a few hits from the shows’ wonderful score.
Friday 17 June 7.30 pm Saturday 18 June 2 pm & 7.30 pm Sunday 19 June 3 pm Thursday 23 June 7.30 pm Friday 24 June 7.30 pm Saturday 25 June 2 pm & 7.30 pm
The new exhibition at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF) in leafy Paddington is Michael Subotzky’S film WYE. Media were invited to a special preview screening of the film last Wednesday afternoon after which curator Nina Miall and the filmmaker gave brief talks. Subotzky received a substantial grant from the Foundation to make the film. Subotzky’s film explores Australia’s early colonial history.
Given the choice, would you save your family and yourself from persecution or condemn others to certain death?
BLONDE POISON is a remarkable one-woman play about beauty, treachery and the high price of survival, starring Best Actress Nominee at the 2015 Sydney Theatre Awards, Belinda Giblin. Back by popular demand for a strictly limited season, see one of Australia’s leading actresses like you’ve never seen her before at the Studio theatre, Sydney Opera House from 28 April. Tickets are on sale from 22 February. Continue reading BLONDE POISON @ STUDIO THEATRE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE→
Tony Kushner’s classic play ANGELS IN AMERICA focuses on the stories of two troubled couples, one gay, one straight: “word processor” Louis Ironson and his lover Prior Walter, and Mormon lawyer Joe Pitt and his wife Harper.
After the funeral of Louis’s grandmother, Prior tells him that he has contracted AIDS, and Louis panics. He tries to care for Prior but soon realizes he cannot stand the strain and fear. Meanwhile, Joe is offered a job in the Justice Department by Roy Cohn, his right-wing, bigoted mentor and friend. But Harper, who is addicted to Valium and suffers anxiety and hallucinations, does not want to move to Washington. Continue reading DRAMAC PRESENTS ANGELS IN AMERICA @ LIGHTHOUSE THEATRE MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY→
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