Koor­liny Arts Cen­tre 2019 sea­son launch

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AN EX­CIT­ING ar­ray of shows with spec­tac­u­lar per­for­mances are yours for the tak­ing for the Koor­liny Arts Cen­tre 2019 sea­son.

Gen­eral Man­ager Kate McIn­tosh said orig­i­nal shows along with old favourites will be fea­tured this sea­son.

A sam­ple of what’s on of­fer in­cludes The Boy from Oz di­rected by Brad Tu­dor (April), Driv­ing Miss Daisy di­rected by Jon Lam­bert (June), Tick, Tick … Boom di­rected by Taye Broadley (Au­gust), and The Lion,

The Witch and the Wardrobe di­rected by Craig Grif­fin (Novem­ber).

“There is some­thing for everyone, from iconic juke­box mu­si­cal The Boy from Oz to the more in­ti­mate pop-rock mu­si­cal Tick,

Tick … Boom, a Pulitzer Prize-win­ning play, and a spe­cial treat for fam­i­lies,” she said.

Ms McIn­tosh said the Week­end Courier would con­tinue to re­main on board as an as­so­ciate part­ner.

Kwinana In­dus­tries Coun­cil will con­tinue its part­ner­ship with Koor­liny Arts Cen­tre for the cen­tre’s 2019 and 2020 per­for­mance sea­sons.

KIC di­rec­tor Chris Oughton said the part­ner­ship had boosted the pro­file of per­form­ing arts in Kwinana and helped the cen­tre make its mark as an artis­tic hub in Perth.

Spon­sor­ship op­por­tu­ni­ties are still avail­able.

More in­for­ma­tion on the new sea­son can be ob­tained by call­ing Kate McIn­tosh on 9467 7118.

Anna Ka­maris, Chris Lewis, Triswh Tucker, Jude Robin­son and David Tucker

Emma and Gareth Jay and Ruth Ben­nett

Abbey McCaughan, Tay Broadley, and Madeleine Shaw

Mike Winch­ester and Donelle Adams

Liam Gob­bert and Kai Thorpe

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