St Augustine's production Soundtracks set to dazzle.June 18, 2014 3:15am
Austin Powers (Troy Ferrier), your favourite Greaser (Matt Price), the Village People (Sophie Noonan) and Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz (Charlotte Good) are a few of the Hollywood favourites who will grace the stage for the St Augustine's production Soundtracks.
You know the songs and you will love to sing along.
That’s the catchcry for the St Augustine’s P-12 College production Soundtracks that holds its matinee performance today at noon.
The musical production is a mix of some of Hollywood’s best musical numbers, with all songs either Academy Award winners or nominees.
Cast members are encouraging all to come along and sing along while dressed in their best Hollywood attire.
Further performances on Thursday and Friday night begin 7.30
Those wishing to attend may BYO their own food and drink (no alcohol).
Tickets can be bought from the St Augustine’s College front office and cost $10 for children and $15 for adults.
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