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"In The Heights" at The Hayes Theatre, Sydney
9 Mar

The upcoming season of 'In The Heights' at the Hayes Theatre, Sydney 
have a special matinee for schools which is now on sale
The date is Wed 28th March at 11am and there will be a cast Q & A afterwards.

For details and bookings contact Damien Bermingham - Producer, dbermingham@bluesaint.com.au

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19 Aug
FREE READ: DUSTY - THE ORIGINAL POP DIVA

The hit Australian Musical based on the Life and Music of Dusty Springfield. Read the script for Free until 31 August.


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14 Aug
Great plays for Boys. Great Plays for Girls.

If you have a cast of mainly boys or mainly girls, then this list of plays from Samuel French will have what you're looking for.


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13 Aug
Plays for a young cast aged 12-14 years.

If you have young students and are looking for a play to perform, have a look at these recommendations from Samuel French.


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8 Aug
Revealed - the most performed musicals and plays!

Take a look at this list to see which shows are leading in popularity in America.


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Popular titles for high school students

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22 Jul
FREE READ: her holiness

The Saint Mary MacKillop Play written by award winning playwrights Justin Fleming & Melvyn Morrow. Read the script for free until August 3.


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16 Jul
From the West End - "The Hunting of the Snark"

A magical musical adventure inspired by Lewis Carroll.


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11 Jul
GIGI is now available to perform!

If you can’t make it to the Moulin Rouge, Lerner and Loewe’s exquisite music from GIGI will transport you to the elegant atmosphere of Paris in the 1890’s.


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