SYNOPSIS: Operating for over 50 years the largest Community Choir of mixed voices on the Gold Coast
PH: 0481 231 305 or 0438 769 851
GOLD COAST CITY CHOIR
MURWILLUMBAH THEATRE COMPANY
Opens March 13 - 29
ELSIE & NORM'S MACBETH
By John Christopher-Wood
Permission by Origin™ Theatrical, on behalf of Samuel French Ltd.
Directed by Byranne Jardine
Autumn Club, Tumbulgum Rd, Murwillumbah
13, 14 March 7.30; 15 March 2pm (DST)
Stokers Siding Hall, Stokers Siding
20, 21 March 7.30 (DST) Dinner & Show.
Dinner served 5.30 – 7.00pm (Bar service);
22 March 2pm – show only
Tumbulgum Hall, Tumbulgum
27, 28 March 7.30pm (DST); 29 March 2pm;
Elsie and Norm have decided to have a bit of a bash at culture by staging a production of Macbeth in their living-room. After a spot of judicious re-writing by Norm to make it snappier and more punchy, and undaunted by the large cast, Elsie and Norm set out to act "one of the greatest pieces of literature what has ever been wrote in the English language", playing all the characters between them. The hilarious results set Shakespeare spinning in his grave!
SYNOPSIS: Waiting for Godot is an absurdist play in which two characters, Vladimir and Estragon, wait endlessly and in vain for the arrival of someone named Godot. It is one of the most influential and revered plays of the 20th Century. Set in an apocalyptic landscape, what first seems a play about nihilism, become an epic journey of life affirming optimism
Auditorium - Coomera TAFE
198 Foxwell Road, Coomera QLD 4209
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WAITING FOR GODOT
JAVEENBAH THEATRE COMPANY
March 6th - 21st
Fri 6 & Sat 7 at 7.30 pm;
Sun 8 Mat at 2 pm;
Fri 13 & Sat 14 at 7.30 pm;
Sun 15 Mat. at 2 pm;
Thurs 19, Fri 20, Sat 21 at 7.30 pm;
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by John Weidman
By special arrangement with with Music Theatre International MTI
Directed by Katie Steuart-Robins
Musical Director Taylor Holmes
Choreographer Georgia Beck
Javeenbah Theatre Company
Crnr Stephens and Ferry Streets, Nerang
BOOKINGS: (07) 55960300 or
TWEED THEATRE COMPANY INC
March 7, 8, 14, 15, 21 & 22, 2020
All matinees at 2pm.
THE SNOW QUEEN - a children’s musical
Written and directed by Natalie Trengove
Original music and lyrics by Jim Fury
Choreographed by Cherie Goosey
SYNOPSIS: A young boy is kidnapped by the beautiful and lonely Snow Queen. His sister searches for her lost brother and in her journey meets many wonderful and helpful people.
Tweed Theatre Company
Tweed Heads Civic Centre,
Brett Street, Tweed Heads, NSW
Tickets: At the Door;
Tweed & Murwillumbah Information Centres
PH: 1800 674 414
THE SNOW QUEEN
THE SPOTLIGHT THEATRICAL COMPANY -
13 March to 28 March
March 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28 at 7.30 pm
MAT's: March 15 & 22 at 2 pm.
Music and Lyrics by Meredith Stepien & Mark Swiderski
Book by Nick Lang, Matt Lang & Brian Holden
Arrangements by Clark Baxtresser & Pierce Siebers
Directed by Mitchell Walsh
SYNOPSIS: Firebringer is an original story that follows a tribe of prehistoric humans as they struggle to survive the stone age. On top of the harsh conditions, hostile neighbouring tribes, and complete lack of understanding in the world around them, the gang lives in fear of the ultimate, deadly predator, Snarl. When one misfit member of the tribe sets out to change things, she stumbles upon the greatest discovery in human history. Using this mysterious and dangerous new force, she'll rise from omega to alpha and become - the Firebringer
The Spotlight Theatrical Company
185-187 Ashmore Road, Benowa
Book: 07 5539 4255
WILD DREAMER PRODUCTIONS
March 20 & 21st
VOID - A Musical Theatre
Director and Playwright: Chamkaur Gill
Actors: Aarti Bajaj and Lance Jones
SYNOPSIS: Set in a public park, a mother and father grieve over the loss of their little child abducted in the same park more than a decade ago. Themed on family loss and love, the play portrays parental anguish.
Venue: Southern Cross University Auditorium (Gold Coast Campus)
Produced by Wild Dreamer Productions.
In collaboration with School of Law and Justice, Southern Cross University.
Supported by Federation of Indian Communities of Queensland (FICQ) and Zee TV.