What a wonderful few weeks we’ve had watching Carramar and Duncraig Primary’s performances of the Wizard of Oz. Congratulations to everyone who helped bring the magical production to life and thank you to all those who joined the audience to support our students!
Our audiences were thrilled by Duncraig Primary’s three performances of the Wizard of Oz last week! Have a listen to their rave reviews after opening night. You haven’t missed your opportunity to see the show – there are limited seats left for Carramar Primary’s performances this week: https://www.trybooking.com/BDALO
With less than two weeks to go until our stellar production of Grease kicks off, tickets are selling incredibly fast! Introducing some our wonderful cast – Holly Jamieson leads the Pink Ladies as Sandy, while the T-Birds are topped off by Jordan Carter as Danny.
Get your tickets here: https://www.trybooking.com/WJFD
Students and staff have been working incredibly hard and it’s shaping up to be a perfectly peachy production! We hope to see lots of staff and their families here supporting our wonderfully talented students.
(This is the ‘school edition’ of the hit musical – it still contains all the iconic characters and songs, it has just been ‘cleaned up’ a little so that it’s suitable for a school audience.)
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1 6:45pm Opening Night!
THURSDAY AUGUST 2 6:45pm
FRIDAY AUGUST 3 6:45pm “Fancy Dress Friday!” (prize for the best dressed!)
SATURDAY AUGUST 4 6:45pm Closing Night!
Cost: $25/ticket or 4 for $90
Please note: The auditorium will be in a grandstand format. The first two rows are on ground level, the remaining rows are in a tiered grandstand.
A WOP BAM A LU MOP AND WOP BAM BOOM!
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THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
By Bertolt Brecht
Rights provided by Alan Brodie Representation
“We get the leaders we deserve.”
Arturo Ui is a small-time gangster with a lust for power. In a city shaken by economic crisis and undermined by corruption, Ui keeps rising and rising until he reaches the very top. When he gets there, he won’t be breaking the law, he’ll be making it.
Written in 1941 as a cautionary satire on the rise of Hitler, Bertolt Brecht’s play is both thrillingly sharp and riotously funny. It has the wit, murder and musicality of a gangster movie while asking a very political question – how do we let a man like that come to power?
Artistic Director, Mrs Kellie Billingsley and the Year 11/12 Drama students bring a bold, visually inventive vision to this great play. This production promises to be a big, entertaining and thought-provoking night out.
The production dates are Wednesday 14th March and 15th March 2018, in the Duncraig Theatre at 7pm.
Tickets will go on sale two weeks before the commencement of these performances.
“Brecht’s anti-fascist study of political power hits home”.
Below are the talented cast rehearsing,