Looking for dramatic memorabilia
MANSFIELD Music and Dramatic Society (MMuDS) is looking to update and expand its archive collection and needs your help.
President Karen Pirie is calling on anyone in the community who has ever had any involvement with MMuDS to check their garages, wardrobes, drawers, storage trunks, and those dark hidden corners for any sort of memorabilia of past shows and events.
“Whether it be photos, programs, old scripts, or anything MMuDS related, we’d love to get our hands on them,” said Ms Pirie.
MMuDS will scan your relevant material and return it to you, or if it’s something a bit bigger such as an old unusual costume or small prop they will have a look and see if it’s suitable, however, space is limited.
If you think you have something of interest, contact secretary Debra Dodgson via email secre[email protected]
Meanwhile, back in the present, a small but very talented cast are busy rehearsing for the first production of the year.
Coming to the Performing Arts Centre from May 9 to 17 is the delightful, funny, and poignant play ‘A Month of Sundays’ by Bob Larbey.
Based in an English nursing home, it is the story of six people whose lives are intertwined around the home through family and work.
The play is described as “a warm, witty play about friendship and heroism in the face of approaching oblivion”.
Tickets go on sale from April 1 online at www.mmuds.org.au or in person at Wallaby Ritz.