Costume Hire and Sets
Stepping Out – Sunday June 10,
2pm at Scottsdale High School
following a successful season at Earl Arts Centre and at Longford.
Many compliments from happy audience members including this one:
Oh my stars!! Took my elderly mum and aunt to your Longford show today and we had so many laughs! What a corker of a show! Loads of humour, well thought out cast with a couple of standouts for us (Vera was hilariously rude and oblivious to people’s feelings, and we loved the droll pianist… haha!) So many fun moments from all the cast members; facial expressions from Melissa Wimmer were #gold and Kerry Gay was a riot, but everyone did a fabulous job of their roles – well done!!
The finale was just magical, and we sat with big grins on our faces basking in the radiance from the sparkling sequin encrusted costumes, clapping like a congregation of harp seals to the infectious end number. Brilliant stuff!
Review by Marcus Bower:
‘Stepping Out’ pulled on its tap shoes once again, and danced its way into the affection of the opening night audience at the Earl Arts Centre.
Directed by Mark Horner, for the Launceston Players, this musical was a warm and engaging comedy.
Set in a provincial hall, a group of disparate but identifiable characters came together to not only dance but also to escape their everyday lives.
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