A DAVID versus Goliath story comes to the fore at the Old Mill Theatre in April 2015 as a group of nuns try to save their convent from demolition and being turned into a housing estate.
Written and directed by prolific Perth playwright Noel O’Neill, Hail Mary is an irreverent comedy about some unconventional nuns who discover their Swan Valley convent is to be sold because of its high operating costs.
Part of the current drama curriculum for Year 11 and 12 students, Australian play Ruby Moon is being brought to life by ARENAarts this autumn.
Written by Matt Cameron and directed by Louise Collins at Belmont’s Latvian Centre Theatre, Ruby Moon starts off like a fairytale and eventually becomes a twisted whodunit set in sinister, contemporary suburbia.
After an 18 year absence from Australian stages, Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical EVITA plays at the Princess Theatre, Launceston in March 2015.
Bringing to life the dynamic, larger-than-life persona of Eva Perón, wife of former Argentine dictator Juan Perón, EVITA tells the story from her humble beginnings to the enormous wealth and power she gained and her ultimate rise to sainthood.
The Cheltenham Light Opera Company was founded in 1964 with a production of The Pirates of Penzance in a local church hall. In 2014, fifty years later, and now known as CLOC Musical Theatre, the company staged two musicals with a combined budget of $600,000.
Life goes on for Little Women, even in the American Civil War.
Villanova Players (Qld) present Little Women, adapted by Scott Davidson from the novel by Louisa May Alcott, from March 5 – 22, 2015 at their temporary home at Mount Gravatt TAFE.
Little Women tells the story of the lives of four sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy March, detailing their passage from childhood to womanhood, and is loosely based on the author and her own three sisters.
Tony and NY Drama Desk award winning musical The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas is headed for the Crete Street Theatre from February 27, 2015. Beenleigh Theatre Group are staging this toe tapping musical that pokes fun at small town vice and big state political side-stepping whilst telling the story of Miss Mona Stangley and her “Chicken Ranch”, the most famous “pleasure places” in all of Texas.
Dust off your hip-hugging flares, your platform shoes and warm up your disco dance moves. Redcliffe Musical Theatre (Queensland) brings the music of the Bee Gees back to their childhood stomping ground with the World Community Theatre Premiere of the musical Saturday Night Fever at the Redcliffe Cultural Centre from March 19th 2015.