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The Beauty and the Beast is ready to start rehearsals in July with
newcomers, existing members and returning members making up a vibrant
and diverse cast.
The Orchestra have already started rehearsing and the
cast kick off with a weekend workshop on 2nd and 3rd July lead by
Jacqueline Gawler, a
professional voice coach.
After a full read through of the show on Tuesday, 5th July, the cast will knuckle down and learn the musical score during the rest of July.
Behind the scenes and the Production Team is
busy working to ensure that the show will run smoothly.
Want to see
what we are up to? Keep an eye on our web site for behind-the-scenes photos of the show under development.
Singer song-writer MEL TAYLOR returns to Mansfield on July 1st for the local launch of her debut E.P. "Time". Mel is an emerging artist in the Melbourne music scene. This set of original music weaves element of folk, pop and jazz into unique soundscapes that share her stories of life, loss and love through song.
Appearing as Mel Taylor & the Sunchasers, she is backed by an accomplished band of musicians including Hannes Lackmann on drums, Bec Goring on guitar and Isaac Gunnoo on double bass.
Come and hear the sounds of warm vocals, honest melodies and brand new songs to soothe your ears and get your toes tapping!
The Mansfield Regional Produce Store
Fri 1st July 2016 @ 7pm
Bookings recommended. 03 5779 1404.
An original musical written by Joachim Matschoss, lovingly and very loosely, based on Monty Python’s iconic movie ‘The Life of Brian’.
Chorus parts – now taking expressions of interest for those interested in being part of chorus/crowds/production crew in Lyfe of Bryan ~ the Musical.
Apply for chorus part/crowd/production crew by registering here.
Lyfe of Bryan - the musical - showing June 2017
Enquiries to Producer, Karen Pirie: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Bryan Cohen||Rochelle Cruickshank|
|Judith Iscariot (Bryan's love interest)
|Mandy Cohen (Bryan's mother)
|Regina (PLF "leader")
|Francis (PLF wannabe leader)
|Stan/Loretta (PLF wanna be a woman)
Harry, Garry and Barry, or
Sabrina, Selina and Georgina
|Matthias (old man whose house PLF meets in)
|Three Wise Women
|High Priest (Stoning)
|Crowd at Sermon on Mount
||Whole cast, with speaking roles from:
||Already mentioned above, but in the chorus some or most of the show:
Peter Wright, Tim Crawford, Carl Agius, Stewart Goodings, Wayne Robinson, Sue Arndt, Rick Lindsay, Cat Wright, Tristan Stevenson, Roger Nolan, Mel Grant, Paul Duncan.
Not mentioned above, as specified chorus/non-principal roles in EOI, but also possibly to take cameo speaking roles as above are:
Geoff Boyes, Maggie Williams, Tristan Stevenson, Cathie Smith, Roger Nolan, Rebecca Douglas, Illona Cleeland, Catherine Bennetts-Cash, Jackie Cesnik, Clare Bennetts
If you play a musical instrument and would like to join the MAD Orchestra please get in touch with Monica Sketcher email@example.com
Over the last month the Local Vocals have been having a lot of fun learning new repertoire, which we are looking forward to sharing in the future. Reflecting the season, music this term has had a bit of a wintery theme. We have been trialling a new resource at rehearsals that has also been a great learning tool for people to use at home.
The Local Vocals are working towards a mid-winter event at the Library.Local Vocals meets every Wednesday during school term from 7-9pm in Nobian Place at the Mansfield Primary School. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you know that there are a number of excellent amateur theatre companies in the North East? (i.e. apart from MMuDS :-)
Here are some links to follow:
MMuDS is always looking for volunteers and people interested in assisting or taking part in any of our programs or productions. Even if you don't want to be on stage, you could usher, help with hair or makeup, assist at the box office... the list is endless!
You can find information on MMuDS productions, membership and lots more by exploring this web-site or our Facebook page
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