After two days of over 60 auditionees, filling 9 roles was a tremendous challenge – in the best possible way. This cast could have been cast in 4 different ways and the incredible amount of talent that we had the pleasure of seeing this weekend was truly overwhelming. Thank you to every single person who auditioned, you all made this into a very difficult, but exciting decision to make.
Please join us in congratulating the cast of Little Shop of Horrors:
Seymour: Kyle Nozza
Audrey: Jessica Garraway
Orin Scrivello D.D.S: Trent Bowater
Mr Mushnik: Ron Seymour
Chiffon, Crystal, Ronette (the supremes): Taylor Cable, Anne-Marie Fanning, Lauren Leffler
Audrey 2 (Voice): Anthony Rule
Audrey 2 (Puppeteer): Adam Jarrett
(Photo: Ron Seymour, Jessica Garraway, Kyle Nozza)
Fresh off his recent tour as Musical Director for Australia Got Talent winner, Mark Vincent as well as being former Musical Director for the Ten Tenors, Shannon joins the So Popera family for their newest production!
This production be staged in the IMB Theatre at the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre (IPAC) from January 16 – 24!
We will be posting further information shortly!
Contact us at email@example.com for an information/audition pack, or to book yourself an audition!
Keep your eyes peeled… as we have more #SoPoperaSeason announcements to come!
In the meantime… Don’t feed the plants!
So Popera and the Avenue Q Team were thrilled to take home two of the top awards at the 2013/14 Canberra Area Theatre Awards in February, including Best Director of a Musical (Amy Copeland) and Best Production of a Musical. Congratulations to the whole Avenue Q Family!
Back by popular demand! SoPopera! are thrilled to announce the return season of the much-loved production of Avenue Q this October!
Avenue Q tells the story of a group of 20-somethings all sharing the same dilapidated back street apartment strip in New York City. Though the characters and plot of this musical bears a resemblance to the much loved Sesame Street – don’t be fooled, this is not a bed time story to tell the kids! Avenue Q addresses and pokes fun at the issues and anxieties associated with entering adulthood, such as earning a living, finding love and growing up. With 9 of the 12 characters played by puppets, Avenue Q is definitely a show for the naughty at heart with a great sense of humor. In 2003, the Broadway production of Avenue Q won three Tony awards, including Best Musical against hit musical sensation Wicked and has since gone on to international success.