Award-winning Perth theatre company Holland St Productions will lend their talented direction and actors in the spirit of charity, as they perform a sidesplittingly funny musical comedy to raise funds for co-producers, Ability Centre.
The three-night-only show was written by Steve Robinson, whose son Keith,18, has accessed Ability Centre’s services since he was 22 months old. A winning combination of talent from Holland Street and heart from Ability Centre, this production is one not to be missed!
An Extraordinary Tale
How do you perform a musical written for a cast of forty with only five people?
All Charlie Franklin has ever wanted to do is write and produce his very own musical…
But now it’s the day before opening night and he’s lost most of his cast, half of the orchestra, and a Pilates studio is threatening to take over the theatre… Will his Extraordinary Tale of love, community and man-eating billboards make it to the stage, or will his dreams of Broadway stardom be bitterly ended?
This hilarious and heart-warming musical comedy, with music and lyrics by Steve Robinson and additional material by Tyler Jacob Jones, is a co-production between award-winning local theatre company Holland St Productions and Ability Centre, providing services and support to people living with disability and their families throughout WA.
Venue - Churchlands Senior High School
Lucca Street, Churchlands in the small auditorium
Friday 29 July 7.30pm
Saturday 30 July 7.30pm
Sunday 31 July 2.00pm