25
Oct
12

How to Make Snow

Edmund Rice Performing Arts Centre

How to Make Snow

A brand new Christmas show!

AUDITIONS – 2ND ROUND – THIS SUNDAY 28TH OCTOBER

AUDITIONS NOW OPEN TO ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

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HOW TO MAKE SNOW is a collaboration between St Laurence’s College and the little red company.

HOW TO MAKE SNOW combines professional lead actors (including Australia’s gorgeous Soprano Mirusia Louwerse, regularly seen touring the world with Andre Rieu, and Luke Kennedy of Ten Tenors fame) with student actors from local schools.

Producer: Naomi Price | Director: Daniel Evans | Music Director: Luke Kennedy | Designer: Josh McIntosh | Lighting Designer: Jason Glenwright | Choreographer: Leah Shelton

How to Make Snow is a whimsical journey from wheelie-bin lined suburban streets to far-flung ice-fields, as one young boy tries to fulfill a seemingly impossible Christmas wish – to make it snow in Australia for Christmas.

Performances: Edmund Rice Performing Arts Centre at St Laurence’s College, South Brisbane, 20-22 December (four performances only).

The Edmund Rice Performing Arts Centre (ERPAC) located at St Laurence’s College combines picturesque views of Brisbane CBD with versatile presentation, performance and meeting facilities in an educational setting.  Close to Brisbane’s Cultural District South Bank, host your next event in style within the city’s newest Performing Arts & Educational Centre.

St Laurence’s College is a Catholic Boys School in the Edmund Rice Tradition, catering to students from years 5 to 12. Opened in 1915 and currently educating over 1,500 students, the College aims to offer the best theoretical and practical education to students.

Named after the College’s religious icon, ERPAC was derived as a joint initiative between the College and the Mater Hospital.  Adjoining the 1,500 capacity Hancock Street car park, ERPAC was only recently opened in late October 2010.

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