The Breakfast Club adapted for stage production
4 STAGE.Productions presents The Breakfast Club - the stage adaptation of John Hughes' cult '80s film.
Five teenagers from different social groups meet in high school detention and discover they have more in common with each other than they first thought.
The season continues on Friday, October 28, at 7.30pm and Saturday, October 29, at 2pm and 7.30pm at Nambour's Black Box Theatre in the Old Ambulance Station.
Book at www.trybooking.com
Hating Alison Ashley
ROBIN Klein's classic tween comedy, Hating Alison Ashley will be brought to vivid life on The Lind stage in November.
Adapted for the stage by Richard Tulloch and directed by Judith Boyd, Hating Alison Ashley is a warm-hearted, funny look at the life of Erica Yurken: a young hypochondriac who believes she is destined for a brilliant stage career.
When the beautiful, rich and clever Alison Ashley starts at Baringa East, Erika plans to show her up at the Year 6 annual school camp drama night with hilarious results.
The play features Caitie Millroy as Erika Yurkn and Tara Bryan as Alison Ashley.
The season at The Lind, Nambour, runs from November 12-19.
Book at www.livetheatre.com.au or call 1300 732 764.
Jesus Christ Superstar
STARRING ARIA award winner and The X Factor Season 2 winner Altiyan Childs as Jesus, and The Voice grand finalist Frank Lakoudis as Judas, Jesus Christ Superstar is the modern interpretation of the legendary rock opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.
The show gives audiences a thrilling look into the final week of Jesus's life.
With direction by Thomas Armstrong-Robley, musical direction by Lucas D Lynch and choreography by Maureen Bowra, the production is set to a score containing hits such as Heaven On Their Minds, I Don't Know How To Love Him, Gethsemane and Superstar.
The talented cast of 30 from across Australia will be accompanied by an 11-piece band at The Events Centre, Caloundra, from next Thursday, October 27, to November 5.
Book at www.theeventscentre.com.au
Cinderella: Noosa Arts Theatre will hold auditions for its annual pantomime today from 4pm and tomorrow from 1pm.
Directed by Susan Dearnley, with musical direction by Diana Thomsen, this fun family-friendly production follows the traditional Cinderella story and features additional characters including Max - Cinders' clever dog.
For details or to book your audition, call 5471 1047 or email firstname.lastname@example.org