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Dimboola is coming to Seymour

Classic Aussie play the latest production of Seymour Performers Workshop.

May 16, 2014 3:34am

Jono Leonard and Rebecca Threlfall are the happy couple in Dimboola.

Seymour Performers’ Workshop is proud to announce the upcoming nuptials of two of its favourite actors.

Jono Leonard (Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat, Wizard of OZ) and Rebecca Threlfall (Dorothy in Wizard of Oz) are playing the happy couple Morrie and Maureen in SPW’s latest production Dimboola.

This classic Aussie play centres on the wedding reception where a mix of dodgy relatives and gate crashers ensure there is mayhem and hilarity. It promises to be a theatre experience like no other.

Producer Bernadette Fisher-Groves said: ‘‘The audience are encouraged to get actively involved and no one is ever entirely sure what is going to happen next. This gives each performance a dynamic energy as actors and audience react to novel situations.’’

The cast is a mix of familiar and fresh faces and the Workshop is pleased to have an international guest.

‘‘We are happy to welcome Sunil Hirani to the Workshop,’’ Ms Fisher-Groves said.

‘‘Sunil is a professional actor from England and he plays the best man with gusto. This will be the country wedding of the century ... We hope everyone will accept the invitation.’’

The show is on May 23, 24, 30 and 31 at 7pm at the Les Bell Pavilion, Kings Park, Seymour. Tickets are $20 adult and $15 concession. To book phone 0406718327.

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