December 2019

ISSN 2652-6557

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From the Editor

November was such a busy month, how many shows did you get to?
You may have heard we have released the date, time and location to our 2019 TheatriCAL Awards night. Make sure you tell all your family and friends, and get your tickets today.

If you know of any theatre companies that are thinking about joining TASA, now is the time! All new group members are able to access our discount till the end of year.

On the cover we have Hills Youth Theatre with The Story of Aladdin and Deadset Theatre Company with Rattling the Keys.

News

Independent Theatre unveils laughter, tears and drama for season 2020

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The Story of Aladdin

Out of curiosity, Aladdin rubs the lamp to get a better view of the writing on it, and unwittingly releases a Genie.

Rattling the Keys

Deadset Theatre Company is excited to announce their 2020 stage show:
Rattling the Keys
January 2020 Written by Zoe Muller
An immersive theatre experience

Wicked women come to Stirling

This will be a South Australian premiere. Directed by Megan Dansie, it features Cate Rogers, Peta Schulenberg, April Stuart and Deb Walsh.

‘Beautiful: The Carole King Musical’

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What's On

What’s On

Recurring Event Aladdin

Aladdin

Tea Tree Players Theatre Cnr Yatala Vale Road and Hancock Road, Surrey Downs, SA

Join our hero Aladdin on his thrilling quest to outwit the evil magician Abanazer, marry the beautiful Princess Jasmine and […]

Recurring Event Aladdin

Aladdin

Tea Tree Players Theatre Cnr Yatala Vale Road and Hancock Road, Surrey Downs, SA

Join our hero Aladdin on his thrilling quest to outwit the evil magician Abanazer, marry the beautiful Princess Jasmine and […]

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Paul Brand
Paul Brand
With a strong IT background, Paul is an avid lover of the arts. His first taste of the arts included Wakakirri from a young age, to playing Trumpet for over 15+ years. Paul has been a cast member, director, reviewer and also in the pit, but you’ll most likely catch him seeing a production somewhere.

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