By George, I think she’s got it! The current director of the Melbourne season of My Fair Lady and the original Eliza Doolittle Julie Andrews just keeps blowing audiences away with her constant flair for articulation.
When the power cuts out, the light really shines through for these performers.
It is your average Thursday night, wandering through the streets of Rosebud, where an eerie, lonely tent sits proud on the foreshore. The building is made out of shipping containers, creating a stage that is not only horizontally long, but vertically ample.
Launceston College presents Rock of Ages
31 August – 03 September, 2016, 7:30pm
Brisbane Street, Launceston TAS 7250
Impressive and hilarious. – Dance Writer
It is hard to believe a collective of teenagers can pull off a show that gives some professional shows a run for its money.
It does not matter if you are not born-and-bred rock, everyone can sing and clap to the famous tunes that has captured the world’s hearts like Bon Jovi and Whitesnake. Launceston College knocks socks off the audience at the opening night of Rock of Ages. The cast brings vibrancy and youthful hilarity into the adored musical, ensuring you walk out of the auditorium in stitches and with pulled heartstrings.