Growl Theatre presents ‘My Pet Human’

My Pet Human

Written by Leah Pellinkhof. Directed by Julie Bray

A heart-warming comedy about people dogs and their pet dogs humans.

When Ben finds a lost clueless Fox Terrier pup, Bow, his world is turned upside down when he encounters an extraordinary bunch of Canine lovers. With their assistance Ben grows to understand the special bond between humans and their pet dogs.

When Bow finds a lost naive student Ben, his world is turned upside down when he encounters a pack of weird and wonderful people-loving pooches. With their help, Bow grows to appreciate the special bond between dogs and their pet humans.

My Pet Human was first performed, August 2nd 2008 at Front Row Theatre Company (Hamilton Town Hall).

Performed at Growl Theatre. Tickets available here

My Pet Human performed by Growl Theatre.

My Pet Human performed by Growl Theatre.

.

River Of Dreams

Vocal group, EnChord, in association with Front Row Theatre, presents a fundraiser concert. Funds raised will go to support the wonderful work of the Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland.

River Of Dreams

Growl Theatre presents ‘Play it again Sam’

Front Row’s own Julie Bray is taking a step back into directing with our friend Growl Theatre’s production of ‘Play it again Sam’.

Woody Allen’s hilarious and actually rather moving comedy, Play It Again, Sam brings fabulous 1960s fashion and trade-mark neurotics to the Growl Theatre stage.

Play it again Sam

Play it again Sam

Tickets available through their site at http://growltheatre.org.au/event/play-it-again-sam/

Light in the Hallway

Front Row Theatre presents vocal group EnChord in the upcoming fundraising concert “Light in the Hallway“.

EnChord, a vocal group based on the Redcliffe peninsula, have been singing together for over 6 years. Performing at weddings, caroling at nursing homes & hospitals and leading an annual charity event. EnChord are excited to be back at Front Row theatre for this year’s fundraising concert.

Proceeds from this concert will go to Raw Impact. Raw Impact is an organisation that empowers families at a grass-roots level through innovative and sustainable projects. A wide variety of support is provided, from establishing vegetable gardens, clean water sources, and sustainable housing.

We invite you to come and enjoy an evening of great music and help support this amazing charity.

Performance:
3rd June at 6:30pm
Hamilton Town Hall, corner of Racecourse Road and Rossiter Parade, Hamilton.

Tickets $15 Concession $12 – Finger foods provided, drinks for sale

New Show – That’s Not Santa

A new show bought to you in conjunction with Front Row Theatre.

Written by Front Row regular Julie Bray from a concept by Anne Grant this is a beautiful new show absolutely suitable to an audience of littlies. There’s a very naughty dog, a chewed up Santa suit and a very stylish Mrs Claush who wants to shop!

It’s an original, funny and interactive performance for children written by early childhood educators and performed by professional actors.

Tickets are $10 (children under 2 free). The production is touring and will be performed at Hamilton Town Hall on Saturday 3rd December @ 2pm. Tickets are available through Sticky Tickets with a limited number available at the door.

If possible, please bring a cushion for your child

Performing in this show are:
Ed Bone – Santa
Pamela Burchall – “Sandy” Claus
Snowballs the Dog – Wendy Silvester
Eileen the Elf – Ali Lambole

Direction & Design – Anne Grant

That's not Santa poster.

That’s not Santa!

The Constant Wife @ Growl Theatre

The Constant Wife at Growl Theatre.

Our neighbours at Growl are performing The Constant Wife by Somerset Maugham including our own Julie Bray.
It opens this Friday and goes for two weeks Thursday to Saturday.

Our neighbours at Growl are performing The Constant Wife by Somerset Maugham including our own Julie Bray.

It opens this Friday and goes for two weeks Thursday to Saturday.

For more information see Growl Theatre.

Front Row Theatre presents

This kind of love Poster

This kind of love Poster

Balloonacy Returns – Back by Popular Demand!

Have a BLAST these School Holidays at… BALLOONACY

Discover how the power of friendship can turn someone’s life upside down and help them fly to new heights in this fun, exciting and uplifting comedy for the young ones and the young at heart.

Follow the story of a lonely person who is befriended by the unlikeliest of characters; a mischievous red balloon. Together they discover that with acceptance, a little imagination and a LOT of fun, companionship is everywhere.

Sweet, inspired and packed with comedy, Balloonacy will take you on the most heart-warming of journeys these Winter holidays as Front Row Theatre presents their popular and exciting children’s show for kids aged 3 and up.

Performances 5th, 6th, 7th & 9th July at 2pm at Hamilton Town Hall, corner of Racecourse Road and Rossiter Parade, Hamilton.

Tickets $10 (under 2’s are free!) – Group discounts also available.
Bookings at frontrow.org.au, phone 0499 452 024 or email us at bookings@frontrow.org.au

Balloonacy poster.

Back by popular demand, Balloonacy returns to Front Row Theatre.

.

For Good

Front Row & EnChord Final-page-001

Growl Theatre presents The Servant of Two Masters

Our friends at Growl Theatre have a new show opening this weekend.

The Servant of Two Masters

Directed by Jason Sharland & Simon Corvan

This will be Growl Theatre’s only show in 2014, due to the renovations of their venue, the Windsor School of Arts. When you enter the hall, you’ll notice some beautiful changes – if you look up!

 

Synopsis:
Truffaldino, a wily servant, has found a way to double his
income – work two jobs for two masters at the same time. What could possibly go wrong?

Hang on.

His first master is actually a woman disguised as a man (who’s dead) come to find her lover (who killed her brother), but now finds herself accidentally betrothed to a girl (who’s engaged to someone else).

His second master is a man (actually a man) who is in love with his first master (who’s really a woman whose brother he actually killed). Nah. What could go wrong?

 

Show Dates

Friday 29th August
Saturday 30th August
Thursday 4th September
Friday 5th September
Saturday 6th September

 

Time

7:00pm Doors
7:30pm Show starts

 

You can purchase tickets from GrowlTheatre.org.au/buy-tickets