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Wed 8 Nov 2017, 6:45pm–9:15pm

Where: The Art House, 19–21 Margaret Street, Wyong, Central Coast

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Adult/Concession/Child: $28.50
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Listed by: meganspeziale

Dystopia’s Children is the major performance for XtrAct Drama Academy’s, XtrAct Performance Group (XPG). After a year of exploring a variety of acting training techniques, the group will be performing two one act plays on November 8th in the Studio.

The performance includes ‘The Trolleys’ by Sara West and ‘Stories in the Dark’ by Debra Oswald. Two excellent Australian plays that explore different versions of dystopian futures through the eyes of the child. Sometimes funny, sometimes reflective, always thoughtful and engaging.

Our performers include: Anthony Wall, Charlotte Cooke (Mulan, Hating Alison Ashley), Natalie Webb (Hating Alison Ashley), Isaac Harley, James Kampas (Little Shop of Horrors), Luke George (13! The Musical), Lachlan Knight (Hating Alison Ashley, Grounded), Amy Seaborn, Paige Steele (2017 Paul Ractliffe Memorial Scholarship).’