Social photos from the Tuckey Medal Awards.
IT was worth seeing
Tarzan: the Musical for the phenomenal set alone.
An absolute vision with jungle huts, waterfalls, palm trees and rocks in which a cast of thousands scampered as apes, it was arguably one of the best sets in Mandurah Performing Arts Centre’s 21-year history.
An infant boy is washed up on the shores of west Africa and is raised by gorillas until a human expedition treks into his tribe’s territory and causes plenty of trouble.
Costumes were subtle with imaginative make-up rather than animal masks and heaven only knows where director Karen Francis found so many lithe performers able to scurry at speed on hands and feet and leap from rock to rock.
The cast of Tarzan: the Musical impressed.