After a long winter’s sleep, the North West Theatre Company is set to awaken the beautiful Roxy with another very moving live theatre production. The play is ‘Shadows’ by Josephine Carter and it has a cast of seven. You can enjoy the play with friends and family and then stay on for a meal to be provided by the Bingara Lions’ Club members.
Over eight months ago The Roxy was alive with the poignant and lovely voices of ‘Louisiana Ladies’. NWTC’s Secretary Tanya Heaton stated, ‘The combination of a play and meal for Louisiana Ladies once more proved to be a winning formula for the NWTC, and this is why we will be working with the Lions again’. Tanya added, ‘It will be a great chance for friends and family members to come together, get out of the house and reconnect with one another’.
‘Shadows’ cast member Lee Louden said, ‘It has been so great to start rehearsing again. With Covid19 and its implications we have all missed out on things that we love to do. More than ever this play allows us, as actors, to give joy to our audiences, and it allows them to escape just for a little while’.
‘Shadows’ will be performed over two weekends. Saturday evening performances are on November 14 and 21 at 7:15pm. Sunday shows are matinees at 12:15pm on November 15 and 22. The price for Show and the Three Course Meal is just $40. Because of Covid19 restrictions audiences are asked to ‘Bring Your Own’ drinks and glasses.
Our audiences are restricted to sixty patrons per show and Covid19 martials will ensure that social distancing rules are kept. Select your dinner seating after checking in and take your theatre seat for a prompt ‘curtain up’ on the half hour.
Bookings are essential and can be done online or phone the Bingara Visitor Information Centre on 6724 0066.