productions

Patron: Dame Harriet Walter

 

Call: 01202 922675

2013

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STAGE 3


“BYE BYE BIRDIE”

It's the late 1950s and teenagers from across the United States are going crazy for the handsome rock star, Conrad Birdie. Meanwhile, his manager, Albert Peterson, is going into debt and has staked his financial future on Conrad's success. Albert's secretary, Rosie, is increasingly frustrated with the time and money Albert is losing on his project. Disaster strikes when Conrad receives a draft notice to join the military. Thus, Albert attempts to stage a farewell party for Conrad in which he is to kiss one lucky fan on the Ed Sullivan Show before he leaves for the army. Kim MacAfee, from Sweet Apple, Ohio, is the lucky girl chosen to be kissed. But conflict arises when her boyfriend, Hugo Peabody, gets jealous! Is there a happy ending?


Friday 12th & Saturday 13th July 2013

7.30pm

@Pavilion Dance

Bournemouth


Adults                  £12

Concessions       £8.50


TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED DIRECT FROM PAVILION DANCE:


01202 203630

www.paviliondance.org.uk

Since 2009

DSAYT students have performed in a diverse range of productions including the south west premiere of “Brenda Bly: teen detective”, the cult hit “A Slice of Saturday Night” and a open air musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Love’s Labour’s Lost”


Last year, following the success of “Love’s Labour’s Lost” Stage 3 took on an original open air adaptation of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” based on The Beatles’ ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band’ album and set in 1969.  During the same year our Stage 4’s created an adaptation of Bertolt Brecht’s “The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui” which was taken to local schools as a piece of T.I.E.


Pupils also take part in annual Showcase performances which allows them all to exhibit a variety of theatre styles, genres and disciplines.  DSAYT continually endeavours to find inspiring, stimulating and exciting productions.

STAGE 4


“ROMEO & JULIET”

Set in the late 1970’s, the opposing factors of Mods and Punks are at war. This famous story of  “two star-crossed lovers” is based in London and tells the story of two feuding sub cultures who’s hatred for each other is fatal.   Founded on a forgotten insult, they would rather kill on sight than realise they are all the same.  The only children of the heads of these feuding families find a way to reconcile these differences but at what cost?








Thursday 25th & Friday 26th July 2013

7.30pm

@Deans Court

Wimborne


Adults                  £10

Concessions       £7.50


TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE SOON!

2013