to our wonderful lighting tech and assistant designer Alexandra
MacDonald, who has been selected from the many, many Australian students
who applied, to be included in Bell Shakespeare’s Work Experience
program for 2019.
This is an amazing opportunity to work with one
of Australia’s foremost theatre companies and she will be learning in a
behind-the-scenes week focusing on their national touring production of
Much Ado About Nothing.
Alex was only 1 of 14 students selected
and we are all very proud of her and wish her well with this once in a
Everybody NOW! and Feros Care have joined forces to create a new poetry and film making project for people aged 70 years and over.
We’re looking for seniors with a declaration to make, a voice to be heard, an opinion to be penned. We’re hoping we could send you some information to share among your members, community & networks. Would there be an email address we could share this to?
Throughout a series of free workshops, selected participants will work alongside experienced poet and performer David Stavanger, to write and perform poetry that moves and inspires.
The poets will then create a performance of their newly crafted pieces with David and Everybody NOW! Director Ian Pidd and a short film with the support of talented team at Art-work Agency. The film will be premiered at a Feros Care bespoke event at the renowned Byron Writers Festival.
David Stavanger is an award winning and widely published poet and writer who has directed and featured in major festivals, often under the alias of Ghostboy, including Queensland Poetry Festival, Brisbane Writers Festival, and Sydney Writers Festival, among many. He is also the co-editor of the first ever Australian & New Zealand spoken word anthology Solid Air (UQP, forthcoming 2019).
No experience is necessary rather an enthusiasm and passion to give voice to your ideas and experiences.
Gran Slam is open to people from the Gold Coast, Northern Rivers and surrounding regions.
Workshops will be held on the Southern Gold Coast.
My colleague and project manager Kate Baggerson would be happy to provide you any more info over the phone. You can reach her on 0402 017 984
Auditions for the black comedy "It’s My Party (And I’ll Die If I Want To)" will be staged at the Murwillumbah Civic Centre on Tuesday, March 12 at 7pm. Come along and get involved – it"s fun! Enquiries to 0498 831 575.
The first Shakespeare Reading Night will be held on Thursday, February 7 from 6.30pm-8.30pm at the RSL room at the Murwillumbah Services Club in Wollumbin Street, We will be reading the second half of Antony and Cleopatra.
Peter and The Wolf auditions will be held at the Murwillumbah Civic Centre on Tuesday, July 31 at 7pm. Peter and the Wolf is a family adventure into the traditional magic and music of Prokoviev’s classic tale.
Actors required are six main roles and six extras aged 15-70. For further details phone 0498 831 575.
The Vicar of Dibley must be one of our most successful shows ever, with regards to audience numbers!
We have had packed houses every performance and the FULL HOUSE sign was put out on Sat June 2nd and again for the Sunday Matinee on the 3rd,despite there being other events happening in town. Plus audiences have really enjoyed the show with many positive comments
So don’t miss the last few opportunities to attend – this afternoon (Sun June 3 at 2pm) and next Fri June 8th & Sat June 9th at 7.30 pm
You’ll have a ball! And don’t forget to BYO food and drink.
Tickets (online on MTC website) or at Larkins in town.