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Laugh out Loud at this theatrically live and jovial journey through tantalising song and dance routines (Burlesque, Belly Dance and Broadway); topical skits Medical Misunderstandings, Seniors IQ Test and What Religion is your Bra ?) plus comic characters (Jock, Bazza, Mavis and Gertie).
After these Lockdowns, our experienced performers need audiences aged 50 to 90 years old who are keen to attend live shows and embrace “Laughter which is still the world’s best and most needed medicine” because it makes people feel good – long after the laughter has subsided.
Our re-scheduled world premiere performance is at 1pm, Tuesday 9 November in a 300 seat auditorium at the Churches of Christ, 41 Brookfield Rd, Kenmore.
Meet the Cast
JOY DARMODY’s showbiz parents exposed her early to performing arts.
Her success on violin led to leadership of Canberra Youth Orchestra as well as performing in musicals and theatre restaurant shows.
Since 2007, she has been delivering her one woman variety show as well as sewing and creating all her own extravagant, colourful costumes.
In 2012, she combined her talents with Rana’s to create Hot Inspirations.
PAULA WHITE – a versatile performer in musicals, plays and stand-up comedy.
She combines her writing and acting skills to create stories which she presents in Child Care Centres, Schools and Libraries as well as comedy skit characters at Festivals and Community events.
Paula has acted in 20 short films, does 11 different accents and loves Latin and Flamenco dancing – when not playing the ukulele and African Drums.
IAN OGLE, despite a voluble vocal career as Senior Lecturer at QUT, has performed to many different audiences as a chorister, male quartet member, MC at weddings /anniversaries and fundraising trivia quiz nights.
With a flair for parodies of musical items – he has recently found another one for comedy acting in Viagara Falls and the 70 year old Virgin, directed by Alan.
ALAN YOUNGSON overcame a school age stutter and guttural Scottish accent to become a Speech and Drama Teacher, Corporate Management Trainer and Executive Coach.
His 40 year Performing Arts career in both Canada and Australia includes:
- Comedy and character Actor in 43 plays;
- Director of 57 shows (plays, farces, musicals and revues);
- 5 years as Executive Producer of Brisbane Warana Festival
- 20 years as Artistic Director, Theatre Manager & Promoter of 3 Performing Arts Centre.