A GROUP of Sunshine Coast actor/directors and techies are newly collaborating as the Black Box Theatre Collective at Nambour's Old Ambulance Station to support each other in developing new work and to bring the 80-seat theatre back to life.
Their first collaborative effort is the adults only Pandora's Pop-up Cabaret tomorrow night.
Be there at 6.45pm for a 7pm start.
Meet on Howard St and proceed through the various performance spaces. Visit the Dodgy Circus, meet the bearded lady and the Strong Man On Compo, be waited on by Commedia del' Arte performers and join in a heap of fun and games.
Get a group together and BYO drinks and nibbles for your own unique party.
Entry is $15 ($10 concession).
Hating Alison Ashley
Hating Alison Ashley, a beloved Australian children's novel by author Robin Klein, has been adapted for the stage by Richard Tulloch.
A fabulously funny comic novel of Australian primary school life, with schoolyard class warfare and friendship, it is still studied in schools today.
The production features Caitie Millroy as Erika Yurken and Tara Bryan as Alison Ashley.
The season continues at The Lind, Nambour, tonight and tomorrow night at 7.30pm and tomorrow at 2pm.
Bookings to www.lindlane.com.au or call 1300 732 73.
BYTES' Studio B presents 42nd Street, the famous song and dance Broadway fable.
Featuring some of the world's favourite songs, including Lullaby of Broadway, We're In the Money and, of course, the title number.
On at Buderim War Memorial Hall tonight and tomorrow night at 7.30pm, tomorrow at 2pm and Sunday at 2pm and 6pm.
Bookings to www.livetheatre.com.au.
Under Milk Wood
Under Milk Wood is essentially a poem - or rather the poetic evocation of a small Welsh village during the course of a single spring day.
Originally written for radio, an omniscient narrator invites the audience to listen to the dreams and innermost thoughts of the inhabitants of a fictional small Welsh village Llareggub ("bugger all” spelt backwards).
People in Llareggub sit and wait while pining for lost, unrequited or unconsummated love. Their world is small, but they are all connected to one another.
Noosa Arts Theatre's production features a small ensemble cast of 10 actors who master more than 60 characters with only their voices and emotions to convey the kaleidoscopic characters of Dylan Thomas's teeming imagination.
Directed by Liza Park, the season continues today and tomorrow at 7.30pm, tomorrow and Sunday at 2pm, then November 24, 25 and 27 at 7.30pm and November 26 and 27 at 2pm.
An RSPCA Charity Performance will be held on November 23 at 7.30pm.
Bookings to www.livetheatre.com.au or call 5449 9343.
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