Warmest Wishes for the Season

Greenroom is going to take a little break until after Christmas, so our regular What’s On in Queensland Theatre post on Mondays will also have a holiday until then.  Thank you for reading and contributing to the only blog focussed on Queensland professional and independent theatre.  We’re looking forward to more of the same in 2010.

The daily News Bites page will  keep on keeping on with the latest feeds, news and curiosities from local and further-afield theatre, so keep dropping by.

Meanwhile, have a safe and relaxing summer/winter break, and a joyous time with friends and family.

This Week in Queensland Theatre: Dec 7-13

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It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas … things are winding down in the live theatre performance scene in Brisbane as companies take a summer break before the rehearsal season kicks off again in the new year.

What does swing into action are the various summer workshops for the youngsters. Check out Shake and Stir’s December and January offerings, and Circa who have a January program.

Closing:
Toy Symphony by Michael Gow Dir Geordie Brookman: Queensland Theatre Company at QPAC (Saturday 12 December)

Reading:
Cloud Street adapted from the novel by Tim Winton: Empire Theatres, Toowoomba. (Sunday 13 December)

This Week in Queensland Theatre: November 29-December 6

For session dates and times check company websites. Click on the logo on Greenroom’s homepage to access.

Continuing
Toy Symphony by Michael Gow. Queensland Theatre Company, Cremorne Theatre QPAC
Eurobeat – almost Eurovision: Lyric Theatre, QPAC (Wednesday)

The theatre year has a definite wind-down feel here in Queensland.  Let us know if your company planning a production during the Christmas – New Year season.