Read ReviewGODSPELL
Irregular Productions and Lydian Productions
The Parks Theatre

Musical

Conceived and Originally Directed by John-Michael Tebelak
Music and New Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
2012 Revival orchestrations and vocal arrangements by Michael Holland

Director: Karen Sheldon
Choreographer: Kerry-Lynne Hauber
Music Director: Martin Cheney

Godspell begins with eight strangers who are looking for answers to their lives and become increasingly hostile to each other's ideas and points-of-view, until John/Judas arrives and announces the coming of someone who will show them another way. Enter Jesus, who comes into this group of disparate and desperate individuals and gradually leads them into becoming a community through the playing of games and the telling and absorption of lessons. We know how the story ends, but that doesn't make the journey any less worth taking, as each member of the community commits to carrying on His teachings after He has gone and sending what they've learnt out into the world.

The beauty of Godspell is the universality of its themes. Concepts of community, humility, forgiveness and love are explored through the parables in the gospels of Matthew and Luke, as well as the power of those teachings to lead to a sense of community in a fractured and fractious world.

Godspell utilises a variety of theatrical story-telling devices to connect with the audience and bring them along on this highly interactive theatrical experience; everything from pantomime, to mime, vaudeville, melodrama, and Brechtian and realism styles are used throughout.

Featuring:
Mark Oates (Jesus)
Joshua Angeles (Judas/John the Baptist)
Harry Nguyen
Jemma Allen
Katie Packer
Maya Miller
Nick Munday
Ron Abelita
Ruby Pinkerton
Scarlett Anthony

Approx. Running Time: 2 hours plus interval
Suitable for ages: All ages

Performance Dates:
Thursday 10 May @ 7:30pm
Friday 11 May @ 7:30pm
Saturday 12 May @ 2pm & 7:30pm
Sunday 13 May @ 3pm
Wednesday 16 May @ 7:30pm
Thursday 17 May @ 7:30pm
Friday 18 May @ 7:30pm
Saturday 19 May @ 2pm & 7:30pm

Venue:
The Parks Theatre
46 Cowan Street, Angle Park

Bookings:
www.godspell2018.com.au

Pricing:
Full Price $39
Concession $34
Child $25
Family (2+2) $110