Rolling Bones season to begin
IF YOU’RE of a certain age and just love putting on a show the senior drama group Rolling Bones Players might be just what you’re looking for.
The Players will start their season in March and everyone 50 years or over is invited to get involved.
The first session will be held on March 19 at 1pm at the Urangan Community Centre in Elizabeth Street.
“The Rolling Bones Players came together about four years ago and have since performed an old-fashioned radio show and two pantomimes,” Fraser Coast council Seniors In Focus project co-ordinator Julie De Waard said.
“All their performances so far have been locally written and this will be the case for 2010 shows.”
The group plans to stage a vaudeville-style performance filled with jokes and laughter and set in a cabaret-style atmosphere.
“Skill or talent is not essential to be a part of the Rolling Bones Players but you do have to have an open mind and a willingness to have a go at almost anything, within reason. Why not join us to make new friends, have a giggle and a whole lot of fun?
“We are also looking for people who might be interested in helping with all the behind the scenes components so there is sure to be a position for everyone interested in theatre.”
The first session will provide the opportunity to meet and brainstorm ideas and Fraser Coast theatre talents Ken and Lorraine Lee will be on hand to share their wisdom.
To find out more call 4125 6329.