The Playhouse Theatre’s youth production for 2022, Freaky Friday, is sure to be a huge hit with audiences, keen to see young talent on stage.
Youth Theatre Director Brayden Rewald said the show would be a lot of fun.
“Freaky Friday is an adaptation of the classic novel and beloved films and follows teenager Ellie Blake and her mother, Katherine, on the weirdest, strangest, craziest, freakiest day of their whole lives,” Brayden said.
“On a fateful Friday, the day before Katherine’s wedding, something magical occurs when mother and daughter swap bodies. Now, both will have to, literally, spend a day walking in each other’s shoes, learning about each other and the struggles each goes through and forging a new mother-daughter relationship in this hilarious, energetic, and moving musical comedy”.
“Our talented cast have really brought the story to life and we think audiences will love it.”
Performances are on June 30 and July 1 and 2 at 7.30 pm, with a matinee on Saturday July 2 at 3 pm and is extra to the Playhouse annual subscription program.
Bookings open Sunday June 12 at 10 am.
The Box Office will be open from 10 am to noon on weekends in person or on the phone 4153 1904, with online bookings open at 10 am Sunday on the Playhouse website http://theplayhousetheatre.org.au/content/
Tickets are adults $18, concession/students $15 and groups 10+ $15.
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