The Gold Coast Bulletin - Play Magazine - - SHOWS -

THE Gold Coast Har­mony Club and The Blenders will present the out­stand­ing re­sults of their mixed youth a cap­pella pro­gram with per­for­mances by the 100-strong Voices in Par­adise, in­ter­na­tional sil­ver medal­lists The Mu­si­cal Is­land Boys, Grif­fith Univer­sity’s Voc­a­holics and The Blenders Youth Cho­rus. The event plays Grif­fith Uni’s G17 lec­ture the­atre on April 20 from 7pm. Go to www.voic­esin­par­adise.com.au to book.

AD­DI­TIONAL seats have been re­leased for An Evening with Julie An­drews. The star of stage, film and tele­vi­sion’s clos­est show is at the Queens­land Per­form­ing Arts Cen­tre Con­cert Hall on Satur­day, May 18 at 7.30pm. Phone 136 246 or go to qpac.com.au to book.

MARK this date in your di­ary. Top Hat Pro­duc­tions will hold au­di­tions for a July school hol­i­day pan­tomime on Sun­day. The show is Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs. The show is look­ing for its Snow White, her nurse Dame Whoop­sie, Prince Leopold, the Wicked Queen, The Hunts­man, a ju­nior cho­rus and, of course, the Dwarves. Doc, Grumpy, Happy, Sneezy, Bash­ful, Sleepy, Dopey all have lines. Go to www.tophat­pro­duc­tions.com.au for all the de­tails.

SHOWS in re­hearsal in­clude Spot­light’s The Drowsy Chap­er­one, Tu­gun The­atre’s Not Now Dar­ling and GCLT’s short play se­ries as well as its up­com­ing Macbeth.

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