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Future Shows

We have more shows and projects coming up all the time. Watch out here for the first information about them!

My Brilliant Career – July 2019

Call for EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST. We’re thrilled to announce that the venue for our fabulous readings of MY BRILLIANT CAREER – the brand, spanking new, world premiere SooT production in development – at the Waurn Ponds Hall – so perfect, so authentic, so beautiful. Dates? Sunday July 7th and Sunday August 4th. Sooooo, we’ll be having auditions in April/May, and start rehearsing in June. This will be a paid opportunity. PLEASE NOTE – all rehearsals and readings will take place in Geelong. We’ll be looking or 3 males and 3 females, all experience levels, abilities, ethnicities, ages (over 18) welcome. We’ll be developing the play and all participants will be first in line when we take the play to full production and touring in 2020. Drop me an email at chriskppd@westnet.com.au of PM here. And for our audiences – we’ll be opening bookings soon as seats are limited (and thanks to season ticket holders, half sold out already). HUZZAH.

To book tickets to this unique event visit www.trybooking.com/BBAGV

SASfest – Short and Sweet One Act Plays

Two short plays in a short and sweet season as well as the Anglesea one-act play festival and Waurn Ponds from August 17-25

Play 1 – Queen of the mist by Christine Davey

Play 2 – When Hedy met George by Janet Brown

Radio Plays – in Colloboaration with the GGCI

SOOT has for this project teamed up with the GGCI and the City of Greater Geelong to produce three radio plays in 2019.

  1. Sam the Space Delivery Many – May 2019
  2. Queen of the Mist – November 2019
  3. The dog in the moon – December 2019

A Christmas Carol – December 2019

A Christmas Carol was the most successful book of the 1843 holiday season. By Christmas it sold six thousand copies and it continued to be popular into the new year.

Sadly, A Christmas Carol wasn’t the moneymaker that Dickens hoped it would be. Sales were good, but the publication costs had been high.

The book is as popular today as it was over 150 years ago. Charles Dickens, through the voice of Scrooge, continues to urge us to honor Christmas in our hearts and try to keep it all the year round.

Join SOOT in December 2019 to visited by ghosts of the past and the future. A truly sumptuous and glorious adventure about regaining the spirit of christmas!