The world’s most popular musical is coming to St Kilda for 13 performances only. Be it your first trip to the barricade or your 30th, CLOC’s Les Misérables will be one to remember, one for today’s audience, one that will stick in your mind for years to come.
———————– TICKETS ———————–
1300 362 547
—————– PERFORMANCES —————–
May 12 & 13 @ 7:30pm (both incl supper)
May 17, 18, 19 & 20 @ 7:30pm
May 23, 24, 25, 26 & 27 @ 7:30pm
May 14 & 21 @ 2:00pm
Act 1 – 1 hr 30mins
Interval – 20mins
Act 2 – 1hr 15mins
—————- THE CAST ——————–
Mark Doran | Jean Val Jean
Shaun Kingma | Javert
Kirra Young | Fantine
India Morris | Éponine
Daniel Mottau | Marius
Scott Hili | Thénadier
Melanie Ott | Madame Thénadier
Emily Morris | Cosette
Matthew Green | Enjolras
Ben Jason-Easton | Gavroche
Lachlan Young | Gavroche
Ava Rose Houben-Carter | Little Cosette / Little Éponine
Charlotte Barnard | Little Cosette / Little Éponine
Ian Andrew, James Ash, Ric Birkett (Bishop), Carolyn Bruce, Emily Crawford, Owen Clarke, Brent Dillon, Nicole Free, Lauren Holcombe, Michelle Hunt, Rachel Juhasz, Dion Kaliviotis, Jason Marrow, Lauren Mc Cormack, Todd Morgan, Elise Naismith, Amelia Ropé, Tim Ryan, Blair Salmon, Jon Sebastian, Allie Sutherland, Rachael Whitelaw, Robbie Wilton, Geordie Worland
————— PRODUCTION TEAM —————
Director | Chris Bradtke
Musical Director | Andy McCalman
Choreographed Movement | Wendy Belli
Costume Designer | Victoria Horne
Set Designer | Brenton Staples
Lighting Designer | Brad Alcock (BAAC Light)
Sound Designer | Marcello Lo Ricco (LSS Productions)
Make-Up and Wig Designer | David Wisken
CLOC Musical Theatre presents a new production of BOUBLIL and SCHÖNBERG’S Les Misérables. Les Misérables is licensed by Hal Leonard Australia Pty Ltd by arrangement with Music Theatre International and CAMERON MACKINTOSH LTD
StageArt proudly present the Victorian professional premiere of The Tony Award winning Spring Awakening. An electrifying story set to a contemporary and rock infused score. A revelatory journey from adolescence to adulthood with poignancy and passion that is illuminating and unforgettable. It is Germany, 1891, a world where the adults hold all the cards and the youth struggle through the adversity of coming of age in a time when sexual education is non-existent.
“If we’re lucky, once in a generation an unexpected new musical comes along and changes everything… A breakthrough musical of the highest order”
Are you ready to cut Loose…Footloose?
Kick off your Sunday shoes and summon your inner Kevin Bacon!
MLOC Productions is proud to present their first production for 2017, FOOTLOOSE the Musical
Based on the 1984 hit movie with Bacon, Lori Singer and John Lithgow, the musical pits rebellious high school students against repressive parents, and liberal big cities against conservative small towns.
When Ren and his mother move from Chicago to a small farming town, Ren is prepared for the adjustment to his new high school. What he isn’t prepared for are the local laws – including a ban on dancing – which are the brainchild of a local preacher bent on exercising control over the town’s youths. When the Reverend’s rebellious daughter sets her heart on Ren, her boyfriend tries to sabotage Ren’s reputation and many of the locals are eager to believe the worst about the new kid.
The heartfelt story that emerges is of a father longing for the son he lost and of a young man aching for the father who walked out on him.
Footloose is a musical filled with love, heart, and open youthful energy, a story about dancing, but it’s also about a family and a town that is grieving a great loss. It’s a story about how fear and grief can cause us to control the things around us, when what we really need is to let go.
Set to the rockin’ rhythm of its Oscar and Tony-nominated top 40 score (the soundtrack album reached number one on the Billboard charts and has sold over 15 million copies!) and boosted with dynamic new songs for the stage musical, FOOTLOOSE The Musical, celebrates the wisdom of listening to young people, guiding them with a warm heart and an open mind.
7 SHOWS ONLY at the Shirley Burke Theatre, Parkdale from 19 May 2017.
BOOK NOW and …lose your blues!
Tickets available online www.mloc.org.au/footloose or by contacting our booking office on 03 9551 7514
|Friday, May 19||8pm|
|Saturday, May 20||2pm|
|Saturday, May 20||8pm|
|Sunday, May 21||2pm|
|Thursday, May 25||8pm|
|Friday, May 26||8pm|
|Saturday, May 27||2pm|
|Saturday, May 27||8pm|
Ticket Prices for Godspell
|Gala Supper (19 May only)||+$12.00|
Our Booking Number:
1300 304 433
You can purchase tickets in any of the following ways:
PHONE: 1300 304 433
ONLINE: click to book*
Or through the Whitehorse Centre: 9262 6555 *
* Booking Fee applies
Peach Productions and Sydney Fringe Festival 2017 present
A Lady In The Barracks
A new play by Margaret Fitzgerald set in Colonial Australia
Director Bron Lim
All roles open for this profit-share production. Graduates and all ethnicities encouraged to apply.
Most roles are based on figures within Australian history
We require actors proficient with the allocated accent
Mary Putland (Bligh) Mid-20s. English. Governor’s Daughter and carries the play
Anabel Mid-20s, From Great Britain/Ireland. Servant
Mrs Palmer (Susan Stilwell) Worldly Mid 30s-40s, Boston accent.
Governor William Bligh 50s English (Somerset).
Lieut. Finucane Mid 20s-30s Irish.
Lieut. Col Johnston Mid 40s-50s Scottish.
Dr Wentworth Mid 40s Irish.
Soldiers (minimal dialogue)
SATURDAY MAY 20 12.00 – 15.00
SATURDAY MAY 27 12.00 – 15.00
EAST LINDFIELD COMMUNITY HALL
WELLINGTON RD/ HUGHES PLACE EAST LINDFIELD
Production September 2017
Enquiries and CV/Photo to: [email protected]
Due to limited audition times, unfortunately, we won’t be able to accommodate all applicants
Phoenix Theatre Company Inc.
ROCK OF AGES
Book by Chris D’Arienzo
Arrangements and Orchestrations by Ethan Popp
By Arrangement with ORiGiN™ Theatrical
on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.
8-16th September 2017 @ the Doncaster Playhouse
This raucous jukebox musical features a soundtrack of rock hits from the 1980s. The spirited romp across the Sunset Strip invites audience members to lose themselves in a nostalgic, rock-and-roll world of big hair and acid-washed denim.
Director/Choreographer – Renée Maloney
Musical Director – John Clancy
- Please prepare two contrasting songs showcasing your vocal range (one ballad, one up-tempo). Males please note that it is very important to showcase your range as many of the songs are quite high.
- Songs should be in the style of the show but not from the show. Please be aware that due to time being very limited, you may not complete your song, so choose an appropriate starting point.
- Sheet music to be provided in the correct key. Backing tracks and Acapella not allowed.
- A headshot must be provided at the audition
- Arrive early to prepare. Please be patient in case we are running behind and have your music ready in a folder so you can go through your song with the audition pianist before you enter the room.
- Part of the audition may require a vocal range test and a dialogue read (these will be available at the venue prior to auditions)
- All roles, including non-dance roles, will be required to attend the Dance/Movement audition.
Please wear appropriate and comfortable clothes and shoes (preferably jazz shoes for movement).
- Call Backs will be for voice and dialogue and will be held in the room as a workshop with all the other call backs for that role. On the night we shall give you music and a scene to note bash and read.
Audition Booking Line: [email protected] or 9012 5897
Audition Venue: Phoenix HQ – Leeds Street, East Doncaster
Audition Dates: Vocal Auditions
Monday 22nd May 7.30pm – 10:30pm
Monday 29th May 7.30pm – 10:30pm
Dance Audition (compulsory for all)
Thursday 25th May from 7.30-9.30
Callbacks (if required): Tuesday 30th May from 7.30pm
Rehearsal Info: First Rehearsal – Thursday 1st June @ 7.30pm
Rehearsal Days – Monday and Thursday (7:30pm – 10.30pm) and
Sunday (1:00pm – 5:30)
All ages are approximate and based on look, not actual age.
|DREW (Vocal Range: Bb3-D5)|
Early 20’s A classic musical theatre archetype – Handsome, good-guy rocker with great, easy comedic timing, a boyish charm, vulnerability and a very strong rock tenor voice. Drew works at the legendary Bourbon Room hoping and waiting for his dreams to come true. He finds an instant attraction to Sherrie, the beautiful new arrival from the Midwest, who encourages him to go after his dreams.
|LONNY (Vocal Range: D3-D5)|
Male 20’s – 40’s The narrator of the piece, charming, mischievous, welcoming, vibrant personality, a guy who would be fun to spend one drunken night with. Has a bro-mance with Dennis. Good comedic timing/improv skills and strong rock vocals.
|DENNIS DUPREE (Vocal Range: D3-G4)|
Male 30’s – 50’s Classic stoner type guy who runs the famous Bourbon Room club. Torn about whether he should sell the club to Hertz, a German businessman. Very strong comedic timing. A laid back, easy going dude real dude. Bari-tenor rock vocals.
|STACEE JAXX (Vocal Range: C3-Eb5)|
Male 30’s – 40’s A sexy rock star. Decided to leave his successful hair/metal-rock band to try it solo. Self important, confident intriguing in all the wrong ways, the ultimate bad boy; he is all about sex, drugs and rock-n-roll. Great strong comedic timing and strong rock tenor voice.
** This role will also double as Sherrie’s Father (Harold)
|HERTZ KLINEMANN (Vocal Range: F3-G#4)|
Male 40’s An attractive older German male. Uptight, cold, intimidating businessman trying to buy up the Strip to develop it. The bad guy of the piece. Strong comedic timing and baritone vocals. German accent required.
|FRANZ KLINEMANN (Vocal Range: Db3-E5)|
Male 20’s Hertz’s son, young German male. Works for his father but not by choice. Pressured and intimidated by his father. Shy, gentle with a big heart. Strong vocals and comedic timing. German accent required.
|SHERRIE (Vocal Range: G3-F5)|
Female Early 20’s Pretty, fresh faced, innocent Midwestern girl stepping right off the bus into a new world to pursue her dreams of stardom. Strong comedic timing, strong rock belt & good dancer.
Female 30’s – 50’s Strong presence, an easy sensuality about her, once a performer now the owner of the Venus-A-Go-Go Dance Club where Sherrie ends up working. Takes on the maternal role for the girls that work for her. Strong, soulful vocals and belt needed.
** This role will also double as Sherrie’s Mother (Margaret)
|REGINA (Vocal Range: A3-Eb5)|
Female 20’s-30’s A fun, hippie type, earthy girl who fights against the attempted take-over of The Strip. Strong comedic timing and great vocals with a strong belt.
**This role will also fill some of the ensemble roles
|MAYOR / JA’KEITH (Vocal Range: D3-84)|
Male 30’s-50’s MAYOR – Chooses the money over the music and is more than willing to sell himself/herself and his/her city out to the highest bidder.
JA’KEITH – He becomes Drew’s agent and in the process, destroys Drew’s rock star dreams by forcing Drew to join a boy band.
**This role will also fill some of the ensemble roles
|There will be 2 ensemble members cast to fill the following roles|
JOEY PRIMO – A young male with the rocker sensibility, strong rock tenor and strong /dance/movement ability.
CONSTANCE – Reporter assigned to interview Stacee Jaxx. Will also appear as a member of the ensemble. Comedic timing.
CANDI – Male cross dressing dancer or female with low voice with strong stage presence
SLEAZY PRODUCER (Male or Female) – Sleazy movie producer who is a customer at the Venus Club. Strong stage presence
PROTESTOR #1 (PAMELA) – Female 30’s-50’s Regina’s protesting buddy.
WAITRESS # 1
RECORD COMPANY MAN/WOMAN
Seussical weaves a story of friendship, loyalty and love. Despite all odds, Horton and Gertrude band together to save the Whos, free Horton, and restore peace and unity to the Jungle of Nool. Charming Seussical teaches us the power of being unique, and the importance of fighting for your beliefs.
Auditions will be held at the Yarrangabee Centre, Parade College at 1436 Plenty Road, Bundoora on the 25th, 27th and 28th of May.
Auditions are strictly 10 minutes in duration.
For Character listing, further audition requirements and bookings, please visit our website https://waterdale.org.au/
The Cover Girls present “Head Over Heels” Live at La Di Da. Celebrating their favourite songs from the 40s-60, the Cover Girls will take you on a non-stop, toe tapping, action packed show! Dinner and show available from 6:30pm
Nightclub sensation Velma murders her philandering husband, and Chicago’s slickest lawyer, Billy Flynn, is set to defend her. But when Roxie also winds up in prison, Billy takes on her case as well – turning her into a media circus of headlines. Neither woman will be outdone in their fight against each other and the public for fame and celebrity.
Thursday 25 May, 7.30pm
Friday 26 May, 7.30pm
Saturday 27 May, 2.00pm and 7.30pm
Wyndham Cultural Centre, 177 Watton Street, Werribee
Tickets $15 per person via http://www.wyncc.com.au/whats_on/chicago__westbourne_grammar_school_ or call Box Office on 8734 6000