Every Friday and Saturday Theatreroo performs one of their six pub theatre performances at their residency:
THE BASEMENT AT TWELFTH NIGHT, BOWEN HILLS
Denny Lawrence and Clarry Evans
The 1960s was an era of great cultural and social change in the world – not least in Australia, where a sleepy nation was roused to action by its youth. From the first man in space to the moon landing, from the assassination of JFK through the Vietnam War, from the birth of the Beatles pop group to its demise, the Sixties was one of the most momentous decades in history. And it was largely due to that generation of people born post-World War 2: the so-called “baby boomers”. They were the second-wave feminists, the gay rights activists, the ‘New Left’.
This vibrant new musical from Theatreroo looks at the lives of some of these young revolutionaries, as they are embroiled in the tumult of the times.
Baby Boomer features a cast of exciting new talents: Harmony Breen, McKeira Cumming, Travis Holmes and Tomer Dimanstein, joined by Theatreroo stalwart Matt Newnham, all performing a dozen new songs in a show created by Clarry Evans and Denny Lawrence, who were responsible for the recent highly-successful musical Utopia.
Cost : $37.50 inc fees
Cabaret duration: 60min
Doors opening: 6.30pm
Address: The Basement Theatre at Twelfth Night
4 Cintra Rd, Bowen Hills
Written by: Clarry Evans & Denny Lawrence
Director: Denny Lawrence (The Bill/A Country Practice)
Harmony Breen as Helen
McKeira Cumming as Fran
Travis Holmes as Tom
Tomer Dimanstein as Mick
Matt Newnham as ‘Doc’
and 4 piece band
Musical Director Sante DÉttorre.
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