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SEASON EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND!

Due to overwhelming demand we have opened a sixth and final performance of Monty Python’s smash hit musical SPAMALOT on Sunday 5th October, 6:30pm. No further extension is possible, book now to avoid disappointment.

Featuring an all-star Australian cast including Jon English, Simon Gallaher, Julie Anthony, Frank Woodley and a host of talented performers, this production guarantees to have audiences rolling in the aisles with laughter.

The uproariously funny SPAMALOT follows King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table on a jaunty quest to find the renowned Holy Grail. Featuring the iconic Monty Python tune “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life”, this side-splittingly hilarious show features an all-singing, all-dancing cast, as well as plenty of jokes about French people, cow-flinging, fish-slapping and more.
 
Don’t miss the show that The Sunday Times says “raises silliness to an artform” and that The New Yorker hailed as “a no-holds barred smash hit”
 
Tickets are racing out the door so don’t miss your final chance to see one of the most anticipated musical comedy events of the year!

SPAMALOT plays for 1 weekend only – 6 performances, 2 – 5 October at the Concert Hall, QPAC.


Discounts available for groups 10+. To make a group booking, email groups@qpac.com.au or call (07) 3840 7466


Enrol now for Term 4 KIDS & YOUTH THEATRE

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Javeenbah Theatre

JAVEENBAH THEATRE
cnr Stevens & Ferry Streets Nerang
 
presents
‘MR WONDERFUL’
by James Robson
Director Gay Gaye
Opening Night – 27th September at 8:00 pm – $25.00 incl Supper 
Mr Wonderful is a humorous & touching play centred around Norma Green’s desperation to find love & true happiness with a man
Norma is a middle-aged woman, working part-time in a factory & caring for her bedridden Mother
Norma is trying to find her Mr Wonderful through a dating agency
We see Norma first with a mind-numbing bore with a encyclopaedic knowledge of screws
Then Norma meets a retired Grammar School Teacher of English & PT
Finally Norma meets a fanatical cycling freak
However Norma is attracted to the teacher & invites him home to meet her Mother
Mrs Green is terrified that her daughter will leave her if she finds her Mr Wonderful
The couple leave for a weekend in Southport, where Norma receives a call from the neighbour caring for her Mother & has to return home
This play has an unexpected climax, but you will have to come to Javeenbah Theatre to find out
Sunday Matinee – 28th September at 2:00 pm
Thursday 2nd – Friday 3rd – Saturday 4th October at 8:00 pm
Thursday 9th – Friday 10th – Saturday 11th October at 8:00 pm
Phone or e-mail me
Tickets at $20.00 pp

High Society Cast

There will be a get-together for all cast & crew at the theatre on Wednesday night, 10th September, at 7pm.

CAST

Tracey—— Liz van Eck

Dinah——Jamaika Smith

Mother Lord—–Di Ennew

Seth Lord—–Graeme Speed

Uncle Willie—–Allen Ennew

Dexter—–Mike Sheehan

Mike—-Brian Pamphilon

Liz—Tahnee Arnold

George—Carl Moore

Butler—-Rod Ramsay

Chorus:

Jane Curran

Cathy Puglisi

Diana Mason

Luke Mulder

Belle Toth

Jo Fletcher

Melanie Doriean

Taylor Daley

Iesha Williams

AUDITIONS-Alice In Wonderland

ALICE IN WONDERLAND

When: Sat 27th & Sun 28th September

Where: Ballina Players Theatre, 24 Swift St Ballina

Information & Bookings: Essential, please contact Liz on 0402 419 985

Ages: 8-17 yrs old at time of opening

Show Dates: 9th, 10th, 11th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th January 2015

Rehearsals: Tuesdays 7-9pm, Thursdays 4-6pm

Auditions-High Society

HIGH SOCIETY

Auditions for the Nov/Dec musical will be held at the theatre on Saturday 30th August from 10am to 3pm. Bookings are essential.

Performances from 13th November to 6th December…17 shows

Please contact Lynn on 6686 6176 or 0409 031 641 for further information or to book an audition

Meeting Tues 19th August

A reminder that the regular monthly meeting scheduled for 19th August will start at 7pm sharp at the Theatre, 26 Swift St Ballina. All welcome.

SUPA NORTH

SUPA NORTH

PRESENTS

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

The Fun Musical Featuring Neil Sedaka Songs

Set at ‘Esther’s Paradise’ a Catskills resort in 1960, Breaking Up Is Hard To Do is the sweetly comic story of Lois and Marge, two friends in search of good times and romance over one crazy Labor Day weekend. The score showcases 18 Neil Sedaka classics, including “Where the Boys Are”, “Sweet Sixteen”, “Calendar Girl” and, of course, the chart-topping title song. The cast includes Dean Doyle as Del Demonaco the headline act, Di Ennew as Esther the night club owner, Bruce Rollo as the club M.C, Jaime Sheehan as Marge who was left at the alter Max Foggon as the club’s awkward handy man and Liz Van Eck as Lois, Marge’s best well meaning friend, Lots of fun and great songs. Breaking up is at the Ballina RSL Club 8 performances 13th – 16th Aug. Times  2pm Matinees  8pm Show . Tickets $22 + $20 con.

 Bookings 02 6686 2544 or online at www.ballinarsl.com.au    

CASH on Delivery CAST

Eric Swan-Mike SHEEHAN

Norman Bassett-Dylan WHEELER

Mr Jenkins-Clem HALPIN

Sal-Simon DUBBER

Linda Swan-Alex HUNTER

Dr Chapman-Peter SPILL

Uncle George-Brian ALSTON

Mr Forbright-Murray HAND

Ms Cowper-Tilly TODHUNTER

Brenda-TBA

Bye Bye Birdie CAST

Albert Peterson JORDAN STOTTER
Rose Alvarez TAHNEE ARNOLD
Conrad Birdie DANE STRUDWICK
Kim MacAfee LIZ VAN ECK
Mr Harvey MacAfee GRAEME SPEED
Mrs Doris MacAfee LEE MILLWARD
Randolf MacAfee JACKSON McMASTER
Hugo Peabody JUBAB HOWELLS
Mrs Mae Peterson DI ENNEW
Ursula Merkle MADYSEN FAIRS
Gloria Rasputin ELLIE KELLY-LLOYDE
The Mayor ROD RAMSAY
The Mayor’s Wife JANE CURRAN
Mrs Merkle DIANA MASON
Mrs Johnson JUSTINE SMITH
Suzie ELLIE KELLY-LLOYDE
Deborah Sue Miller/Penelope JAMAIKA SMITH
Margie Johnson HANNAH POWER
Alice BRAHMANI MANNING
Helen REBEKAH JOHNSON
Nancy KATE TANTTARI
Harvey Johnson LUKE MULDER
COMPANY CATHY PUGLISI   MADDY MEREDITH
  MIKE BALL    LIZ DARGIN
  BARBARA MUNRO   BELINDA TOTH
DANCERS  Taylor Daley, Carley Tanner