Some of the cast of Phantom … from left, Des Moore (‘Eric von Schneider’), Astrid Van Den Brink (‘Martha’ the cleaning lady), Scott Fitzpatrick (‘Arthur’ the stage manager), Ben Richardson (‘Fred’ the stagehand) and Graeme Wicks (‘Charlie’ the stagehand)

July 19, 2022

Excitement is building at the Nanango Theatre Company ahead of this week’s debut of their latest production, “Phantom Of The Music Hall”.

Full dress rehearsals have been held over the past few days to make sure everything is in tip-top shape for opening night on Friday.

“Phantom of the Music Hall” was written by Bundaberg playwright Judith Prior.

It’s the tale of a phantom who doesn’t like pantomime … so the cast is trying hard to convince the ghost the play they are rehearsing is actually a melodrama.

This leads to some hilarious situations and a chance to meet Queen Victoria.

Evening shows (7:00pm) will be held on July 22-23 and 29-30. Matinee shows (1:00pm) will be held on July 24 and 30. Tickets (which range in price from $15 to $25) can be booked online on Trybooking.

But if you want to enjoy something a little bit different, “Phantom Of The Music Hall” will also be presented as a theatre restaurant at Wondai Diggers Club (7:00pm on August 5) and Proston Town Hall (7:00pm on August 6).

Cost for the theatre restaurant production is $50 per head but includes a two-course meal. Tickets for these shows can also be booked online:  Wondai and Proston

Phantom Of The Music Hall director Brad Boynton will be busy looking after the sound

Anderssons Fruit Market for quality fruits and vegetables

 

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