Posts Tagged ‘jobsite

03
Jun
15

Job’s Right – The Second Coat comes to Noosa for 3 shows only

 

That’s right! It’s your LAST CHANCE to see the hardcore comedy smash hit Job’s Right – The Second Coat when it comes to The J, Noosa this week!

 

 

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For 3 performances only (tonight Wednesday June 3, tomorrow night Thursday June 4 and Saturday June 6 at 7:3opm) Potty and the boys are at it again!

This show is NOT for the kids, but it’s for everybody else so book online today or try your luck and turn up at the door. Job’s Right – The Second Coat is easily the funniest show you’ll see on The Sunshine Coast this year! #takeatradie

Featuring:

Brett Klease

Brad Thomson

Shane Cassidy

Clayton Storey

Sam Coward

Darren Heskes

Anna McMahon

& Joy Marshall as Mrs Hunt!

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28
May
15

Job’s Right – The Second Coat Comes to Nambour

 

Job’s Right – The Second Coat Comes to Nambour

 

Tonight! Thursday May 28, tomorrow night Friday May 29 & Saturday May 30 at Nambour Civic Centre. All performances 7:30pm.

 

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When Job’s Right pulled the curtain at The “J” in March 2008, over 4700 people on The Coast had witnessed what could only be described as “a cult of a play”. Perfectly described by a tradie who saw it as “Raw .. real .. earthy … and funny!”

 

The play was centred around a gang of house painters led by work weary Rick. Along with his offsiders, the politically incorrect Murph and the loveable larrikin Wally, they stumbled and bumbled from one disaster to another. Somehow they survived to paint another day.

 

Well it’s seven years later and they’re back. Rick, Murph, Wally and their social conscience, Spanner.

 

Writers Brett Klease and Simon Denver have written a brand new script. And has anything changed? No!

 

It’s another day…another site…another client…another stuff up!

To put it simply its the same dog, different fleas.

 

The client, Mrs Hunt (Joy Marshall), wants a shrine built to her late husband so she may communicate with the spirit world. She is backed by Nathaniel – her Designer / Colour Therapist / Feng Shui expert (Darren Heskes). If you add to this mix a feisty female carpenter, Potty (Anna McMahon) and Mrs Hunt’s belligerent son, Michael (Sam Coward), then fur is going to fly. If it can go wrong – it does go wrong. This avalanche of disaster is going to cause another tsunami of laughter.

 

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Warning: This play doesn’t contain bad language – it contains Heaps of bad language. It doesn’t contain men behaving badly – it contains men behaving Very badly. This play is not funny – this play is Really, Really funny. It has all the right laughs for all the wrong reasons.

 

Book online or call 5475 7777

 

11
May
15

Job’s Right – The Second Coat opens this week!

 

JOB’S RIGHT – THE SECOND COAT

 

Strictly limited season opens this week!

 

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When Job’s Right pulled the curtain at The “J” in March 2008, over 4700 people on The Coast had witnessed what could only be described as “a cult of a play”. Perfectly described by a tradie who saw it as “Raw…real…earthy and funny!”.

 

The play was centred around a gang of house painters led by work-weary Rick. Along with his offsiders, the politically incorrect Murph and the loveable larrikin Wally, they stumbled and bumbled from one disaster to another.

 

Somehow they survived to paint another day.

 

Well its seven years later and they’re back. Rick, Murph, Wally and their social conscience, Spanner.

 

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Writers, Brett Klease and Simon Denver have written a brand new script.

 

And has anything changed? No! It’s another day…another site…another client…another stuff up!

 

It’s the same dog, different fleas.

 

The client, Mrs Hunt, wants a shrine built to her late husband so she may communicate with the spirit world. She is backed by Nathaniel, her Designer / Colour Therapist / Feng Shui expert. If you add to this mix a feisty female carpenter, Potty, and Mrs Hunt’s belligerent son, Mick, then fur is going to fly. If it can go wrong – it does go wrong. This avalanche of disaster is going to cause another tsunami of laughter.

 

If you like your comedy safe and sanitised, this is NOT the show for you. 15+ only.

 

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Written by: Brett Klease / Simon Denver
Directed by: Simon Denver
Produced by: Job’s Right Productions / SRT Inc
Cast:

 

Brett Klease as Rick
Brad Thomson as Wal
Shane Cassidy as Murph
Clayton Storey as Spanner
Anna McMahon as Potty
Joy Marshall as Mrs Hunt
Darren Heskes as Nathaniel
Sam Coward as Mick

 

 

The Events Centre, Caloundra May 14, 15 & 16 at 7:30pm BOOK HERE

 

Nambour Civic Centre May 28, 29 & 30 at 7:30pm BOOK HERE

 

The J, Noosa May 3, 4 & 6 at 7:30pm. BOOK HERE

 

 

 

04
May
15

Painter turned Playwright: Job’s Right – The Second Coat

 

Painter’s play gets a second coat of laughs

Story by Megan McKander for Sunshine Coast Daily

May 4 2015

 

 

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PAINTER by day, actor by night, Brett Klease has told how penning a crude, yet hilarious play pulled him from deep depression after a workplace accident.

 

The boots are back on and the popular Sunshine Coast play Job’s Right is back on stage after a seven-year hiatus.

 

Described as a construction of five comedians playing out the real-life tribulations of a building site, Job’s Right – The Second Coat has been a long time coming between laughs.

 

Described by local tradies as “raw, real, earthy and funny”, the original play took to the stage in 2008 and centred on a gang of house painters led by work-weary Rick (played by Mr Klease).

 

Along with his offsiders, the politically incorrect Murph (Shane Cassidy) and the lovable larrikin Wally (Brad Thomson), the fellas stumbled and bumbled from one disaster to another. Somehow they survived to paint another day.

 

But behind the gags and witty one-liners lays a deeply painful past.

 

Brett fell from a mezzanine level of a house in 2003 while working as a painter.

 

He fell face first into the ground. He says it was theatre that saved him in the end from a spiral of depression.

 

“I’ve hit the ground and luckily I had a respirator on so that took all the impact up into my cheek bones, in a way it saved my life,” Mr Klease said.

 

“If I had hit my jaw bone or the side of my head, I would have died.”

 

But Mr Klease did not get off lightly. You wouldn’t know it, but he now lives with a steel plate in his face to replace his right eye socket, cheekbone and sinuses.

 

“My face was smashed, I couldn’t do anything. I had 12 months of recovery,” he said.

 

“I become addicted to morphine and one day I looked into the mirror and realised I had a problem when I saw the little pupils.”

 

Motivated to change his ways, Mr Klease knew he couldn’t walk the boards, but he could pen a play.

 

His good friend and theatre identity Simon Denver suggested he write what he knew best, and so came the first inception of Job’s Right.

 

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The play sold out venues in 2008, with more than 70 people turned away on the closing night due to demand.

 

The Second Coat is staged by Job’s Right Productions and the Suncoast Repertory Theatre. and will play at three Coast venues in May and June

 

Word of warning, Mr Klease said, the show does not hold back.

 

“There is language, and lots of it, because that’s just the way a worksite is,” he said.

 

“The play was well received the first time, when people got past the language.

 

“What they need to realise is the swearing is not there to be foul-mouthed or vulgar, it’s there because that’s the natural speak on a worksite.”

 

“You don’t watch what you say on a job site, so we don’t watch what we say on stage.

 

“I want guys to come and see this that work on a job so and say ‘absolutely, that’s exactly right.’

“There’s no blokes in tights, this is real and raw.”

 

“This show is full on, once the humour and the physicality takes off, this show goes through the gears and takes off like a Ferrari.   “You can’t’ even fit a Tally-ho paper between the lines.”

 

Job’s Right – The Second Coat Coast opens at The Events Centre Caloundra on May 14.

 

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Job’s Right: the Second Coat

 

The Events Centre Caloundra May 14-16, http://www.theeventscentre.com.au

 

 

Nambour Civic Centre May 28-30, http://www.scvenuesandevents.com.au

 

 

The J Noosa June 3-6, http://www.thejnoosa.com.au

 

 

 

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