Lady Be Good starring Tegan Jones

From the creator () of Blues in the Night: A Cabaret inspired by the works of Eva Cassidy and Greenwich: The Music of The Village comes a cabaret inspired by the works of the First Lady of Song: ELLA FITZGERALD – LADY BE GOOD

Tegan is in our ACT showcase. To miss Tegan’s performance is to miss something great!
1-3 March & 8-10 March. All shows start at 7.30pm

All ticketing info available by Tegan’s website: www.tegan-jones.com

OUR MAN IN BEIJING is on to celebrate Cultural Diversity Week this 16th March

As part of the cultural diversity week celebration Our Man in Beijing will be staged at the ACT Studio, 11 Cole ST, Brighton, on Saturday 16 March 2013 at 8pm. All are welcome. Contact Moni on 0419367261 or [email protected] for tickets and details.

Written by Moni Storz, starring Ashley Macklin, Sharon Karina, Lee Ton, Jo Armstrong, Matt Friend & Phil Trainer, light & sound by Richard Lyford-Pike, stage design by Julia De Rosario and flyer design by Jacy Teh. Our Man in Beijing is directed by Wolf Heidecker.

A romantic comedy of intercultural mistakes. Will John Williams get his Chinese cover girl when what he knows about Chinese culture is one dim sum.

Our Man in Beijing goes to Country Victoria to raise money for Bushfire Victims

Sandy Point is our next performance of Our Man in Beijing at the Sandy Point Cafe/Bistro. When we heard about the fires in East Gippsland, we immediately thought it would be a wonderful thing to do. So cast and crew of OMIB got into gear and together with the proprietor of the Sandy Point Cafe, Peter & Judy Barry, the show is on! Saturday 16 Feb at 8pm and Sunday 17th at 2pm, admission by donations…will pass the hat round after the show. Come one, come all!

We can’t wait to get to Sandy Point…performing for a good cause, building inter cultural bridges amongst communities, how cool is that!

When there is love, money comes in easily – The Cross cultural Counsellor raised $1000!

A very satisfying effort indeed. The cross-cultural counsellor, the ACT’s first ChinDian performance raised a $1000 over three little shows for Prasad Australia. The skit can be the beginning of a fully developed play and let us hope that the writer Graham Pitts will now be encouraged to do it. The ACT’s mission is to promote intercultural theatre and a ChinDian sketch that is a fusion of Chinese and Indian staged in Australia, featuring an Indian Australian actress, Chinese actor as her stage husband, written by white Aussie Graham Pitts and directed by German Australian Wolf Heidecker and me as producer, an Australian Malaysian Chinese!! Talking about multicultural fusion eh? I love it! Thank you to all our supporters, fans and friends who came to the show.