Ladies and gentlemen, I am pleased to announce the impending return to Brisbane of one of the all-time cult/classic/comedy Australian plays:
John Birmingham's classic tale of share-housing "He Died With a Felafel in His Hand" makes its debut at the Brisbane Arts Theatre on Friday 27 March, and plays through until Saturday 2 May (with the exception of Easter week).
I'll be directing the show; and I'd like to send a big thank-you to author John Birmingham and playwright Simon Bedak for being incredibly supportive. Simon has even updated the script for this show - throwing in a tonne of local and topical references just for the Briz Vegas crowds.
Auditions are set down for Sunday 18 January from 4pm. I'll update you if there are any changes; you can also join the Felafel Facebook group I've created for this show (whether you'd like to be in it, or just want to come and watch).
Fantastic news. Congrats on a major coup for you and the theare.ReplyDelete
Good to see Brisneyland is getting some fine art and culture.ReplyDelete
Congradulations on the directing gig thats really good news.
Awesome Nat! Hope it all goes well.ReplyDelete
Congratulations on your impending directorial outing - fantastic news!ReplyDelete
Great stuff, go you good thang!ReplyDelete
You are my new heroine.ReplyDelete
Wish I was up your way to see it. I'm sure you'll do a smashing job.ReplyDelete
Wow that's kind of sad... well I don't really know what to say on this situations but it's good that he left something good for people who admire him for so many years.ReplyDelete
It is really interesting, in my opinion these situations are so difficult to many peopleReplyDelete