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This month, Black Swan State Theatre Company brings to theatre goers in Perth their production of The Seagull. The play by Anton Chekhov is a classic, with this season’s production using a new adaptation by Hilary Bell.
There is more than meets the eye in this play, and although the lake setting is beautifully tranquil, the action on stage is passionate and dramatic, as the audience is quickly swept into the turmoil of the characters upon the curtain's rising.
While my partner and I have seen our fair share of plays and performances in the last few years, there has been one area in which we haven't had much experience - that of improvisational theatre. Our last contact with improv theatre was a couple of episodes of Theatresports on the ABC from way back in the late 80's or early 90's.
So we weren't exactly sure what to expect when arriving at the Bedford RSL Club to watch Improv Club conducted by Just Improvise. How entertaining are actors when they don't have a script to fall back on?
The Perth Caribbean Association will kick off its inaugural film night on the 2nd August and where better to host its first Caribbean film night than in Fremantle, the cultural heart of Perth.
Doors open at 6pm so arrive early to soak up the Caribbean vibes and relax into the evening.
The evening will start off with a short film at 6.20pm followed by the feature film Marley.
It promises to be a fantastic night of entertainment and the Perth Caribbean Association would like to extend a warm invite to anyone in Perth who is interested in coming along for the evening.
At Last - The Etta James Story is now showing at the Regal Theatre in Subiaco. As one of the most influential R&B soul singers of all time, the story of Etta James is a colourful one, her life fraught with challenges from the day she was born to her delinquent teenage mother.
Despite facing many adversities in life, she rose to stardom to do what she was most passionate about – singing - and sing she did – recording 28 studio albums over her career, with famous songs such as “I’d Rather Go Blind” and “At Last”. She is a living legend in the rock and roll hall of fame.
Did someone say Improv Club is on?!
Just Improvise brings to audiences in Perth two exciting events for the months of July and August.
One is the Improv Club, and the other is JUMP, a one-day improv initiation masterclass.
Learn the 3 rules of Improv Club or else...Improv Club is two jabs and a right hook, straight right, uppercut, roundhouse of unpredictable, hard-hitting, gritty, uncompromising, unscripted theatre in three acts - in a cabaret setting.
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