The future of footwear is kinky - at least that is what Charlie Price discovers in the musical hit Kinky Boots, to be performed at the Pilbeam theatre next month.
Winner of six Tony Awards including Best Musical, Kinky Boots features original music by pop icon Cyndi Lauper and a hilarious script by Harvey Fierstein.
Charlie - played by Daniel Hair in our local production - reluctantly inherits his father’s shoe factory on the verge of bankruptcy. With orders drying up for the business’s stock-in-trade, the humble brogue, Charlie must find a way to save the family business and save the jobs of his work ‘family’ on the shop floor.
That’s where Lola, a fabulous entertainer - played by Angelo Conway - comes in. Lola is in need of a pair of sturdy stilettos. After some hesitation and a not particularly impressive prototype, Charlie and Lola work together to turn the fortunes of the footwear factory around.
Kinky Boots is created by the team behind previous hit local productions Wicked and We Will Rock You.
Check out this year’s council-run community production at the Pilbeam Theatre for five shows from 15 to 23 March. Tickets are on sale now from See It Live or by phone on 4927 4111.
The Red Foot Cabaret are a team of travelling troubadors: the delightful if demanding Diva, brothers Martini and Espresso, femme fatale Amber, and in the driver’s seat: MC.
Rockpocalypse, a brand new full-length work by playwright and drama teacher Jessica Lamb, is entering production shortly and will be on stage on November 22-24 2019.
Multi-talented performer Ghenoa Gela is bringing her one-woman show My Urrwai home to Rockhampton next month.
The future of footwear is kinky - at least that is what Charlie Price discovers in the musical hit Kinky Boots coming to the Pilbeam theatre next month.
It’s been 20 years since the SS American docked in Gladstone, but the ship at the centre of the Broadway classic is back for the Harbour City’s 2019 community musical Anything Goes.
Capricorn Coast drama teacher and theatre polymath Jess Lamb is introducing an apocalyptic new method of devising theatre at a conference in Brisbane early next year.
Performing has always been Rhona Bechaz’ passion, and now she’s developing the next generation’s talents with a five-day intensive workshop culminating in a local production of Cinderella.
“If I can stop kids from drowning because they remember the words of a gigantic seagull, I’m good with that” - a cast of Aussie critters are taking to the stage to spread the water safety message in Billabong Dreaming.
Arts for young and old have been awarded some coin in the Rockhampton Regional Council's latest round of RADF grants.
Brace yourself: show tunes are coming.