When an overworked mother and her teenage daughter magically swap bodies, they have just 24 hours before Mom’s big wedding to put things right again. Freaky Friday, a new musical comedy based on the celebrated novel by Mary Rodgers and the hit Disney films, is an hilarious, contemporary update of the classic story, in which a mother and daughter see what it means to be a family while experiencing each other’s lives firsthand, if only for a day.
Set in the present day, Freaky Friday features a tuneful pop-rock score, befitting a work that has effortlessly updated throughout its several iterations. Warmhearted, humorous and touching, this fresh take on the classic story is perfect for family audiences of all ages.
‘Infected’ is the story of a group of kids who survive a mass infection that befalls their town. The survivors band together to protect their sleeping parents behind the dynamic leadership of Sarah Moore. Sarah’s tribe struggles as many kids defect to the tribe that is headed by the mysterious Deacon because of promises of food and fun.
On average the annual Brauer College Musical involves over 70 students from all year levels. Students can be involved in a variety of areas including onstage performing, backstage and set design, costumes and the music performance. Auditions are held during term 1 and rehearsals begin then and continue through until the performance in August. Performances are offered to many Primary Schools and the general public. The musical develops students skills in leadership, confidence, co-ordination, communication, self-esteem, public speaking and voice control in a safe and friendly environment. Parent support and contribution is encouraged as there are always jobs to done.
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Brauer Amateur Dramatics (BAD) present a annual performance and has been doing so for the past 17 years. BAD involves 60 or more students from all year levels in all aspects of the performance including; performing on stage, backstage, set design and construction, costumes and makeup, lighting and sound. Auditions are held very early in term 1 with rehearsals commencing in February and continuing on a weekly basis until the performance in May. Performances are offered to many Primary Schools and the general public. BAD develops students skills in leadership, confidence, co-ordination, communication, self-esteem, public speaking and voice control in a safe and friendly environment. Parent support and contribution is encouraged as there are always jobs to done.
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‘Disconnected’ is the story of four friends who all feel like their families don’t quite get them. When a Witch traps them in an ‘Opposite World’, the friends must work together to find a way home to their real families.
Disconnected is the 21st Brauer Amateur Dramatics production. It contains a cast and crew of over 70 students who all act, move, style their own characters, stage manage, light and perform sound during the show. The show has two night-time performances on the 26th and 27th of May starting at 7:30. Tickets can be purchased by visiting brauer.vic.gov.au