FireWorks Festival

Alumnae theartre photo of cast Oct 18The Alumnae Theatre offers three fresh plays, innovatively staged for its FireWorks Festival, running from 7-25 November.

 
These three plays, The Pigeon by Chloë Whitehorn, Moving On by Elmar Maripuu and Animal by Romeo Ciolfi are original scripts that were all developed and nurtured at the Alumnae Theatre Company, and all deal with reckoning with the past in their own way.  The Pigeon (7-11 November) with chilling revenge, Moving On (14-18) with humour and farce, and Animal (21-25) with fantasy and delusion.

 
The festival is in its sixth year, and features adventurous plays with post-show panel discussions (Thursdays) and talkbacks (Saturdays), providing audiences with an opportunity to learn how theatre is made.

 
Tickets are $15 and available online at https://www.alumnaetheatre.com/fireworks-festival-2018.html. Cash only at the box office.
Do you have a play inside you? Join the Alumnae Theatre Company: the New Play Development group meets monthly to support writers to develop their work.

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