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2019 Front & Centre Spring Season

4 October - 6 October

$30

AMELIA HUNTER
FRIDAY 4th OCTOBER
6:30pm

Join Amelia Hunter for her debut solo performance with FRONT & CENTRE live at The MC Showroom!

Amelia Hunter is an actor, singer and public speaker and is currently studying a Bachelor of Social Work at Deakin University. Some of Amelia’s recent stage credits include Amy in Company, Millie in Electric Dreams, Linda in Blood Brothers, Kate Monster/Lucy in Avenue Q, Maureen in RENT, The Laramie Project (Victorian Drama League – Best Actress in a Minor Role) and The Vagina Monologues, (V-Day Celebration at The Coopers Malthouse).

Amelia has also appeared in a number of pilots and short films, as well as the improvised feature film In Corpore which was shot on location in New York and is set to be released later this year. Amelia has previously studied at 16th Street Actors Studio and at the Margie Haber Studio in Los Angeles as the recipient of the Hollywood Immersive ‘Eva Mendes’ scholarship.

Presented by Front & Centre as part of SPRING SEASON 2019.

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SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES
FRIDAY 4th OCTOBER
8:30pm

Something Wicked This Way Comes is the inaugural show by Toil & Trouble, a new musical sketch team with a wicked twist. Three modern day witches, through a mixture of songs, basic bitchcraft and witch puns, embark on inducting the first Male member into their sacred Coven. Equal parts funny, educational and sexy, Something Wicked is a comedic analysis and celebration of what it means to be a Witch in 2019.

Written, Conceived & Arranged by Eadie Testro-Girasole, Paige Easter & Thomas Bradford.

Contains Mature Themes.

Presented by Front & Centre as part of SPRING SEASON 2019.

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AINSLIE ROSE
SATURDAY 5th OCTOBER
2:00pm

Ainslie Rose makes her comedy debut with FRONT & CENTRE.

One woman, one voice, one night, one single spotlight, one Beyoncé’s Homecoming album playing the entire show…she hopes. So much damn swag or jokes and singing and dancing and crying. It’s gonna be hectic.

Ainslie has studied at 16th Street Actors Studio with the Full Time Program and has also worked with the likes of Larry Moss, Elizabeth Kemp and Iain Sinclair.

Ainslie’s love for performing came from many hours of watching sitcoms and Harry Potter. Ainslie is currently writing her own comedy web series.

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FAILURE IS ALWAYS AN OPTION
SUNDAY 6th OCTOBER
2:00pm

A forty-five minute sketch show involving comedy, drama and music; all exploring the theme of failure. Failure is Always an Option examines the expectations placed on us by ourselves, society and social media; and the role hope plays in setting us up for failure – and why failure carries such a stigma in the first place. The show was created with the intention of making the audience feel less alone.

Written and performed by Desiree Munro. Music by Jude Perl.

Presented by Front & Centre as part of SPRING SEASON 2019.

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MY HOME TOO
SUNDAY 6th OCTOBER
5:00pm

What does Australia mean to you? What does home mean to you?

My Home Too is a song cycle about home. Through fifteen songs, four actors and countless stories, My Home Too explores the idea of what it means to be Australian in 2019. Vidya Makan’s songs will take the audience from laughing fits to tears and everything in between; to bring light to stories and voices that are often hidden in our world of social media and communication.

Presented in workshop as part of Front & Centre’s SPRING SEASON 2019 program.

Details

Start:
4 October
End:
6 October
Cost:
$30
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