Life is better when it’s live is the theme of the Civic Theatre’s 2019 subscription season which was launched last night.
Civic Theatre manager Carissa Campbell said local audiences can look forward to some of Australia’s great theatre.
“Every year I look around Australia for the great theatre,” she said.
“We are so Iucky to have many talented theatre-makers and it is a great privilege to bring them to the Civic Theatre stage each year.”
The 2019 Season offers plays including Much Ado About Nothing, Sunset Strip and Two, political satire with The Gospel According to Paul and The Wharf Revue, great music from Katie Noonan with the Australian String Quartet and The Sapphires, dance from The Australian Ballet’s Coppelia and 100 Years of the History of Dance.
The year kicks off with Urban Circus from 360 ALLSTARS.
Ms Campbell said they have embarked on a new era in the life of the theatre.
“From now on the Wagga Civic Theatre will be working with talented theatre-makers to develop new, local professional shows for the stage,” she said.
“The first of these is The Hall Committee which we have developed over the last couple of years with writer and director Damian Callinan.”
The Hall Committee will be performed at seven different venues in September next year.
For more information about the upcoming season and becoming a subscriber, click here.
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