SEUSSICAL Jr
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SEUSSICAL Jr

Event Date: 16/11/2018, 07:30 pm

Lane Cove Theatre Company’s annual children’s production delves into the magical world of Dr Seuss
Seussical Jr is the award-winning hit Broadway show that brings many characters of the universally-loved children’s author into a fun, tuneful and toe-tapping musical about loyalty, friendship and the power of imagination.

Local theatre legend Trent Gardiner (The Snow Queen, Cinderella, King Arthur, Pinocchio) brings Seussical Jr lovingly to the Lane Cove stage. Horton the Elephant, the Cat in the Hat, Yertle the Turtle and all of your favourite Dr. Seuss characters spring to life
in a fantastical musical extravaganza from Tony-winners, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty (Anastasia, Once on this Island).

Friendship, family and community are challenged but ultimately emerge triumphant in this unforgettable musical caper boasting a large cast of talented youngsters from across the north and north-west of Sydney.
Directed by Trent Gardiner with musical director Chelsea Taylor, choreographer Emma Ashley and assistant director Sarah Edwards,
Seussical Jr stars Josie Segal as Horton, Jeremy Segal as the Cat in the Hat, Leah Francis as Gertrude McFuzz,
Madeleine Biddle as Mayzie LaBird, Hugo Allen as JoJo, Alexei Belchenko & Haydon Ashley as Mr and Mrs Mayor,
Arnav Kapoor, Benjamin Walsh, Harry McMahon & Owen Emeleus as the Wickersham Brothers,
Holly Miller, Valeria Gonzalez-Lopez, Charlotte Pugh & Eve Emeleus as the Bird Girls,
Piper Kup-Ferroth as Sour Kangaroo, Rodney Stewart (the only adult in the show!) as Yertle the Turtle,
Daniel Timmins as the Grinch, plus an ensemble of Grace Patterson, Zara Gurney, Isobel Dias, Eloise Cardew,
Daniel Rees, Scarlett O’Connor, Natalie Shaw and Samantha Beregi.
Playing 16 Nov - 1 Dec
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St Aidan’s Performance Space, 1 Christina Street,
Longueville New South Wales,2066
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St Aidan’s Performance Space, 1 Christina Street,
Longueville New South Wales,2066
Broadway Board
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Event Date: 16/11/2018, 07:30 pm

The final play in Neil Simon’s quasi-autobiographical trilogy
“Maybe I don’t have to become a writer. I’ll just set up seats in the living room.”

The final play in Neil Simon’s quasi-autobiographical trilogy (preceded by Brighton Beach Memoirs and Biloxi Blues) continues the story of young Eugene Jerome, an aspiring comedy writer with dreams of a career in radio.

It’s 1949 and Eugene and his brother-cum-writing partner are stuck in the wilds of Brooklyn, with their increasingly remote father, disillusioned mother, and unreconstructed socialist grandfather. Meanwhile, their mother’s sister, who has ‘married well’ and now lives the good live on Park Avenue – a betrayal of her working-class roots in the eyes of her father – is attempting to reconcile her and Kate’s parents.

Life in this hard-scrabble, working-class Jewish household is an incessant round of baiting and bickering. But when the boys use their family as fodder for their comedy scripts, they learn early lessons in compassion and artistic integrity.

Simon’s reverie is bittersweet and nostalgic, but never sentimental. He chart’s Eugene’s coming-of-age and the family dynamics with truth, humanity and great humour.

“Simon may be the greatest comedy writer of the 20th century” Chicago Critic

Plays 13 Nov - 15 Dec
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New Theatre, King Street,
Newtown New South Wales,2042
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New Theatre, King Street,
Newtown New South Wales,2042
Calendar Girls By Tim Firth
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Calendar Girls By Tim Firth

Event Date: 16/11/2018, 07:30 pm

A Hunters Hill Theatre production that'll knock your socks off!
A ‘maturing’ group of ladies from the local Women's Institute is desperately looking to raise money for leukaemia awareness.

They come up with the idea of posing for an ‘alternative’ calendar – with just a little help from strategically placed cupcakes and flower pots!

This sentimental play, based on a true story, is full of heart and, well, just a little bare-faced cheek.

***Don't miss this limited run of only 8 performances!***

Hunters Hill Theatre is proudly supporting the Australian Cancer Research Foundation and The Concord Hospital Survivorship Centre with this production of Calendar Girls.
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22 Alexandra Street,
Hunters Hill New South Wales,2110
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22 Alexandra Street,
Hunters Hill New South Wales,2110
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Phone Number: 02 9879 7765

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Event Date: 14/11/2018, 08:00 pm

The Depot Theatre @ Limelight on Oxford presents Tony Award winning modern musical classic
On the night of his 35th birthday, Robert struggles to think of a wish to make as he blows out his birthday candles. Over a series of dinner parties, first dates, and thoughtful conversations, he attempts to understand what it means to be married and begins to make sense of his own persistent bachelorhood. This ground breaking musical masterpiece is a mature, intelligent and wildly funny look at relationships, vulnerability and ‘being alive.’
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LIMELIGHT ON OXFORD, 231 Oxford St,
Darlinghurst New South Wales,2010
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LIMELIGHT ON OXFORD, 231 Oxford St,
Darlinghurst New South Wales,2010
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Event Date: 15/11/2018, 08:00 pm

The Depot Theatre @ Limelight on Oxford presents Tony Award winning modern musical classic
On the night of his 35th birthday, Robert struggles to think of a wish to make as he blows out his birthday candles. Over a series of dinner parties, first dates, and thoughtful conversations, he attempts to understand what it means to be married and begins to make sense of his own persistent bachelorhood. This ground breaking musical masterpiece is a mature, intelligent and wildly funny look at relationships, vulnerability and ‘being alive.’
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LIMELIGHT ON OXFORD, 231 Oxford St,
Darlinghurst New South Wales,2010
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LIMELIGHT ON OXFORD, 231 Oxford St,
Darlinghurst New South Wales,2010
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Bespoken Word
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Bespoken Word

Event Date: 14/11/2018, 07:30 pm

Bespoken Word is a monthly fresh new night of wonderful live storytelling & comedy.
Bespoken Word brings together Sydney's most interesting and exciting writers, entertainers and comedians for an evening of hilarious true storytelling!

The first half of the evening, hosted by Kate Iselin, sees our special guests telling short, pre-written stories on a specific theme. The second half of the evening, hosted by John Knowles is a live episode of his successful Comedy Festival show and ABC702 Radio Afternnoon segment 'I Can Top That!'. John and three guests take the stage to tell completely true yet totally unprepared stories inspired by topic suggestions from the audience.

The stories told at Bespoken Word can be shocking, others embarrassing, insightful, sweet or just plain hilarious. It's a smorgasbord of real life adventures and raw revelations with an emphasis on vulnerability, confession and laughter. Staged at the cosy Petersham Bowling Club, known for its welcoming community and artsy offerings, Bespoken Word aims to create a friendly modern version of traditional parlour entertainment.
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Petersham Bowling Club, 77 Brighton St,
Petersham New South Wales,2049
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Petersham Bowling Club, 77 Brighton St,
Petersham New South Wales,2049
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CRANSTON CUP Semi Final
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CRANSTON CUP Semi Final

Event Date: 11/11/2018, 05:00 pm

Australia's ultimate comedy smack-down!
For over thirty years, the start of the Sydney summer has been marked by the biggest improvised comedy show in Australia.
Six teams of the fastest, finest and funniest improvisers in the country, pit their wits against each other to get their hands on the biggest, ugliest, most prized trophy in competitive comedy… the two metre-high Cranston Cup. This is the first of 2 semi-finals before it comes to a head on Sunday 2 December at the Enmore Theatre for the Grand Final.

Born of humble beginnings in 1985, this wildly popular ‘cult’ impro-comedy show now attracts performers from around the nation and has helped launch the careers of a multitude of well-known actors, comics and comedy writer including Julia Zemiro, Shaun Micallef,
Andrew Denton, Susie Youssef, Steen Raskopoulos, Andrew O’Keefe, Adam Spencer, Ed Kavalee and Rob Carlton.

This year is no different, and features both veteran players and the freshest of comedy faces
including champion high school and university teams who have fought their way through the qualifying rounds!

Already confirmed for the final are Mission Improvable 3 (Elliot Ulm, Jestika Chand & Rachael Colquhoun-Fairweather) and PG13, the intermediate high school team from Newington College – the first ever school team to make a Cranston Grand!
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Italian Forum, 23 Norton Street,
Leichhardt New South Wales,2040
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Italian Forum, 23 Norton Street,
Leichhardt New South Wales,2040
Lake Honghu In Concert - Melbourne Last Day
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Event Date: 08/11/2018, 07:30 pm

A CLASSIC OPERA ‘THE RED GUARDS ON LAKE HONGHU’
After 60 years of success and more than 3000 shows and now performing for the first time out of China in an Australian first, Hubei Symphony Orchestra of Hubei Provincial Opera and Dance Drama Theatre presents a modern concert production of the classic Chinese opera, Lake Honghu featuring seven principal singers and a chorus of forty.

These milestone concerts will take place at the Sydney Opera House on November 4 with celebrated Australian guest conductor Vanessa Scammell (My Fair Lady, The Merry Widow, South Pacific) and Melbourne Recital Centre led by resident conductor Luo Yilin on November 7 & 8.

The original opera was first performed in 1958 in Wuhan and was staged in Beijing in October 1959. Based on the true story, Han Ying and Liu Chuang led a team of guardians defending their homeland in the scenic Lake Honghu area in the summer of 1930. Interesting to note by means of its famous lake, Honghu City produces forty kinds of fish and an abundance of plants, such as the lotus, reed and a type of lack algae.

Blending western style opera with traditional Chinese and Hubei folk songs and lyrical ballad, the melody is cheerful, full of passion and shows the revolutionary pioneer’s love of the hometown and hope for the happy lives and future. The music structure contains both strength of the Chinese traditional opera and English Opera. The lyrics and the music tell the story and focus on emphasising the character’s internal emotions.
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Melbourne Recital Centre, 31 Sturt Street,
Southbank Victoria,3006
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Melbourne Recital Centre, 31 Sturt Street,
Southbank Victoria,3006
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Phone Number: 03 9699 3333
Lake Honghu In Concert - Melbourne
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Event Date: 07/11/2018, 07:30 pm

A CLASSIC OPERA ‘THE RED GUARDS ON LAKE HONGHU’
After 60 years of success and more than 3000 shows and now performing for the first time out of China in an Australian first, Hubei Symphony Orchestra of Hubei Provincial Opera and Dance Drama Theatre presents a modern concert production of the classic Chinese opera, Lake Honghu featuring seven principal singers and a chorus of forty.

These milestone concerts will take place at the Sydney Opera House on November 4 with celebrated Australian guest conductor Vanessa Scammell (My Fair Lady, The Merry Widow, South Pacific) and Melbourne Recital Centre led by resident conductor Luo Yilin on November 7 & 8.

The original opera was first performed in 1958 in Wuhan and was staged in Beijing in October 1959. Based on the true story, Han Ying and Liu Chuang led a team of guardians defending their homeland in the scenic Lake Honghu area in the summer of 1930. Interesting to note by means of its famous lake, Honghu City produces forty kinds of fish and an abundance of plants, such as the lotus, reed and a type of lack algae.

Blending western style opera with traditional Chinese and Hubei folk songs and lyrical ballad, the melody is cheerful, full of passion and shows the revolutionary pioneer’s love of the hometown and hope for the happy lives and future. The music structure contains both strength of the Chinese traditional opera and English Opera. The lyrics and the music tell the story and focus on emphasising the character’s internal emotions.
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Melbourne Recital Centre, 31 Sturt Street,
Southbank Victoria,3006
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Melbourne Recital Centre, 31 Sturt Street,
Southbank Victoria,3006
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Phone Number: 03 9699 3333

Lake Honghu In Concert - Melbourne
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Lake Honghu In Concert - Melbourne

Event Date: 07/11/2018, 07:30 pm

A CLASSIC OPERA ‘THE RED GUARDS ON LAKE HONGHU’
After 60 years of success and more than 3000 shows and now performing for the first time out of China in an Australian first, Hubei Symphony Orchestra of Hubei Provincial Opera and Dance Drama Theatre presents a modern concert production of the classic Chinese opera, Lake Honghu featuring seven principal singers and a chorus of forty.

These milestone concerts will take place at the Sydney Opera House on November 4 with celebrated Australian guest conductor Vanessa Scammell (My Fair Lady, The Merry Widow, South Pacific) and Melbourne Recital Centre led by resident conductor Luo Yilin on November 7 & 8.

The original opera was first performed in 1958 in Wuhan and was staged in Beijing in October 1959. Based on the true story, Han Ying and Liu Chuang led a team of guardians defending their homeland in the scenic Lake Honghu area in the summer of 1930. Interesting to note by means of its famous lake, Honghu City produces forty kinds of fish and an abundance of plants, such as the lotus, reed and a type of lack algae.

Blending western style opera with traditional Chinese and Hubei folk songs and lyrical ballad, the melody is cheerful, full of passion and shows the revolutionary pioneer’s love of the hometown and hope for the happy lives and future. The music structure contains both strength of the Chinese traditional opera and English Opera. The lyrics and the music tell the story and focus on emphasising the character’s internal emotions.
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Location:
Melbourne Recital Centre, 31 Sturt Street,
Southbank Victoria,3006
Location:
Melbourne Recital Centre, 31 Sturt Street,
Southbank Victoria,3006
Contact Information:
Phone Number: 03 9699 3333