PHOENIXPLAYERS is an amateur theatrical company that was established in 1989. The company aims to develop and promote theatrical skills as well as produce high quality theatre experiences that can be enjoyed by all ages. The company consists of a group of people who can apply their skills, not just to PHOENIXPLAYERS, but to other theatrical groups around the ACT and beyond. More...
In 2007 PHOENIXPLAYERS introduced an emerging artists program PHOENIXRISING, which provides an opportunity for first time directors, musical directors, choreographers to "get their wings" with PHOENIXPLAYERS. It also provides an opportunity for new work to be performed. More...
Phoenix Players IncorporatedAnnual General Meeting (AGM) 2015
2pm, Sunday 6 December 2015
Large Rehearsal Room
Cook Community Hub
Templeton Street, COOK
At the AGM we will be confirming the minutes of the previous AGM, receiving reports from the President and Treasurer on the previous year, presenting awards and electing the 2015-2016 Phoenix Players Committee.
To vote at the AGM you must be a current member. If you aren't a member you can join on the night. Please see the membership form on our website here: http://www.phoenixplayers.com.au/images/membershipform.pdf.
Phoenix Players have been busy planning and we finally are able to announce our upcoming shows!
Firstly, we are thrilled to announce that we will be putting on the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning musical Next to Normal, book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey and music by Tom Kitt. Next to Normal is a powerful and confronting musical that deals with one woman’s struggles with mental illness and the effect it has on her family.
Next, we are equally pleased to announce the musical Spring Awakening, music by Duncan Sheik and book and lyrics by Steven Sater. Another powerhouse of a show based on the Frank Wedenkind play of the same name.
Both productions are in association with Hal Leonard Australia Pty Ltd.
Stay tuned for more information regarding these two exciting shows!
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