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The Breakfast Club Stage Production

When:

Thu 26 Jul 2018, 7:30pm–10:00pm
Fri 27 Jul 2018, 7:30pm–10:00pm
Sat 28 Jul 2018, 2:30pm–5:00pm
Sat 28 Jul 2018, 7:30pm–10:00pm

Where: Koorliny Arts Centre, Sulphur Road, Kwinana, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $32.75
  • Senior: $27.50
  • Student/Child: $22.20
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: brentonfoale

This is the first official Australian stage adaptation of the John Hughes motion picture from 1985. Adapted for stage, and directed by, motion picture director Brenton Foale.

The play follows the story of five students at the fictional Fremantle High School, as they attend a Saturday detention in March 1984. While not complete strangers they all come from different social circles and backgrounds, John Bender “The Criminal”, Claire Standish “The Princess”, Andrew Clark “The Athlete”, Allison Reynolds “The Basketcase”, and Brian Johnson “The Brain”.

As part of their detention, Assistant Principal Richard Vernon gives them each the task of writing an essay describing who they think they are. Throughout the nine hour detention the students pass their time telling stories, fighting, rebelling and ultimately discovering who they are.

This is the story of five teenagers with nothing in common, who discover their lives are all very similar. Through changes they undergo throughout the day, they become best friends. This is the story of The Breakfast Club.

The production promises to be extremely popular with audiences who grew up in the eighties, and loved films such as ‘Pretty In Pink’, ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’, ‘Sixteen Candles’, and of course ‘The Breakfast Club’.

In 33 years, since the original release of the John Hughes motion picture, ‘The Breakfast club’ remains a favourite with those who saw it during its original theatrical release, and is just as popular with today’s younger generation.

Blair Allen, graduate from WAAPA, plays the role of John Bender, made famous by actor Judd Nelson. Arianne Wescott-King plays the role of Claire Standish, originally played by Molly Ringwald in the Hughes movie. Cameron Fawcett makes his community theatre debut as Andrew Clark, the athlete played by Emilio Estevez in the 1985 movie. Rebecca Collin is a very talented actress, playing the role of Allison Reynolds, aka the Basketcase, originally portrayed by Ally Sheedy in the movie. And finally, new comer Archer Larwood plays Brian Johnson, the Brain. Anthony Michael Hall played Brian in the original movie, and Archer has perfected the character.

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