3+2=21

STAGEFLIGHT DRAMA SCHOOL of Pambula presents

3 films + 2 plays featuring the talents of 21 young actors, writers & directors from around the Bega Valley

4.00pmSATURDAY 24 NOVEMBER 2018
Pambula Primary School Hall, cnr Monaro & Oregon Streets, Pambula

Light refreshments available for purchase
Show runs for approx 1 hour 50 mins including interval

TICKETS: Family (up to 4) $20 | Adult $10 | Concessions $5 | Kids under 5 free
Available at the door or book online through Trybooking*
(* Trybooking fee of 30c per ticket applies)

PROGRAM

  • THE TREE HOUSE play by Matthew Ryan
    Directed by Lis Shelley Performed by the StageFlight Primary Ensemble
    Follow the life of a tree growing inside a house and all the lives it affects along the way. From a young girl dealing with change, adults too busy to enjoy life, a poor family at Christmas and renovators intent on knocking the tree down – no one escapes the influence of the tree.
  • MARSH! musical film devised and performed by StageFlight Primary Ensemble
    Produced by Sienna Spencer-Schnabel & Alana Bretherton
    What chores do you hate doing most? Why is Miss Marsh so mean to her orphans? Was it something in her past? Can people change if people are kind to them?
  • NOW YOU SEE HER mystery film by Lochinvar O’Halloran & Eva Pendlebury
    Performed by the StageFlight Secondary Ensemble.
    Produced by Lochinvar O’Halloran
    Starting at a new school can make you anxious, but when Celeste gets anxious, she disappears. Will YouTuber Citrus reveal Celeste’s secret?
  • THE WORST WAY TO SAVE YOUR FAILING NEWSPAPER BUSINESS horror/comedy film devised & performed by StageFlight Secondary Ensemble
    Produced by Lochlann O’Duibhir, Directed by Zach Hooker & Anna Auer
    Things are looking bad for Roland’s newspaper business. Will Mark and Julie’s idea for a news story about Henrick’s Haunted Hotel be enough to save it? Or will Mark’s new ‘staff’ bring it all undone?
  • THS PHNE 2.0 – NEXT GENERATION play by Lindsay Price
    Directed by Lis Shelley, performed by StageFlight Secondary Ensemble
    “Face to Face is so yesterday.” Communication has come a long way. Blog your innermost thoughts. Break up by text. Express your deepest emotions through ringtones and smilies. AND YELL!  But you wait, the sock-folding mobile phone is just around the corner…