Mandurah Performing Arts Centre planning a 20th anniversary extravaganza

Donna Hay, Ralph Taylor, Chrissy Treg, Les Smithwick and Adria Green in My Fair Lady.
Donna Hay, Ralph Taylor, Chrissy Treg, Les Smithwick and Adria Green in My Fair Lady.

CURTAIN Call will help celebrate in song the 20th anniversary of Mandurah Performing Arts Centre later this year.

The show features excerpts from several of the in-house productions, as well as celebrating the involvement of many other community groups that have staged shows at the venue.

“Join us as we bring together moments from many of the community shows that graced the stage since 1998, with talented local entertainers, past and present,’’ director Carole Dhu said.

The cast of around 60 has already prepared excerpts from My Fair Lady, presented at the centre by Mandurah Little Theatre and directed by Teresa Felvus in 1998, and Paint Your Wagon, a centre in-house production in 2003.

Solo numbers peppered between the large production numbers will represent several more shows and the program will touch on some of the more recent productions as well.

There will be two shows only on Monday, August 7 and Tuesday, August 8 at 7.30pm.

Tickets cost $20 and $15 from 9550 3900.

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