Nicholas Bermingham and Sebastian Maule in rehearsal for The 39 Steps. Photo: suppliedREHEARSALS have commenced for Chevalier College’s latest production.
Patrick Barlow’s adaptation of The 39 Steps will combine spies and death-defying feats of escape with special effects and a live swing band to thrill audiences.
Director Kate Price said she was excited to bring the production to life for audiences in the Highlands.
“The twisting turning plot engages audiences young and old – there’s no danger of falling asleep in this play,” Ms Price said.
“If you’re in the mood for a laugh, this is the show to see.”
Performances will showcase the talents of students from year nine to year 12 with a myriad of characters, locations and scenes as well as a few quick changes.
Among the performers will be Patrick Holman who plays the perfect English fop in his character Richard Hannay with well-timed dialogue and facial expressions with a touch of irony and sarcasm.
There will also be Nicholas Bermingham and Lillyana Lema who will play several roles throughout the production with humourous outcomes on stage.
The production is based on John Buchan’s novel and the Alfred Hitchcock film and will offer a Monty Python style of humour.Chevalier College’s production of ‘The 39 Steps’ will run from Wednesday, May 11 to Saturday, May 14.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for concession card holders and $45 for families (two adults and two concession card holders).
Bookings can be made via 梧桐夜网trybooking南京夜网/KNFU
Chevalier College is located at 11 Charlotte Street, Burradoo.
Details: 4861 1488 or 梧桐夜网chevalier.nsw.edu419论坛
Wednesday, May 11 from 7pm
Thursday, May 12 from 7pm
Friday, May 13 from 7pm
Saturday, May 14 from 2pm and 7pm
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