This year the group puts their own spin on the well known fairy tale Jack and the Beanstalk.
Written and directed by Shane Hartley, the story follows the poor farm boy Jack and his adventures with a kindhearted mouse, a giant with a complex, a sassy goose, the ‘Handsome’ Sir Cumferance, a confused Wizard and many more fun characters. The talented cast have been rehearsing since May this year, and the production crew are hard at work designing and building sets, props and costumes. With clever dialogue set to make you laugh, and energetic dances to ‘70s and ‘80s music, you will to want boogie or sing along.
There’s something for everyone! Children and adults alike will enjoy this fun-filled show and it serves for a perfect family outing. The cast hope to put on another flawless, stellar performance, and to live up the standard of past shows.
Shows are at the Waiuku War Memorial Hall at 4pm and 7pm on August 1, 2015. Tickets are $7 each (ages 2 and up), or 5 for $25. Available from Sunset Surf and Turf (corner of Queen St and Bowen St, Waiuku) – cash sales only please.
Door cash sales will be available on the day.
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