The showbiz stars of the future – FedUni Arts Academy’s music theatre and acting course’s graduating third-year class – will delve in to political intrigue for their season of graduating theatre works.
The season, titled Serious Courage, will showcase political performance with Caryl Churchill’s Serious Money, Bertolt Brecht’s Mother Courage and her Children and Stephen Sondheim’s The Demon Barber of Fleet Street on the triple bill.
“Our graduating students are the future stars of Australian theatre,” said Arts Academy director Bryce Ives.
“With the strength and poignancy of these three shows in conjunction with the stellar talent of the creative team, the experience of the whole program is a unique opportunity for Ballarat theatre audiences.”
The season will take place at the university’s Helen Macpherson Smith Theatre in the Camp Street campus with performances from September 22 to 30, and October 5-14.
For dates and tickets visit federation.edu.au/eduarts-events