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Opportunity Stage Manager for production of "Much Ado About Nothing"

at Point Break Drama Theatre Co New South Wales

Stage manager to bring a high level of professionalism to the project. Stage manager to start in late July. Experience preferred. See production information.

Applicants to send CV / email to

Production and run will take place in Dee Why on the northern beaches. Applicants must be prepared to travel. This is an unpaid position.

Point Break Drama has become a bona-fide Theatre company in recent times, with four productions staged in less than 18 months. They include the highly successful & inspiring productions of Romeo & Juliet utilising a Teen and Adult cast, a contemporary adaptation of Hamlet with an adult cast, then fun and hilarious teen versions of both A Midsummer night’s Dream and As You Like It.

Point Break Drama’s production of Much Ado About Nothing, will be a warm, fun & entertaining portrayal of one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies with cast of Adults and a few teens.

This production will be a unique opportunity for participants to work with professional directors & choreographers, Paul Winchester & director Blair Cutting.

Point Break Drama expects the highest level of commitment and dedication to the work, and people interested in excellence need only apply.

It’s R & R time for Don Pedro’s tight knit army regiment, and they are determined to enjoy every moment of their short leave on Leonato’s Resort Messina, situated in the beautiful Whitsundays.

There’s much drinking, sun baking and love making to be had in this hilarious rom – com about the eternal war of the sexes.

The young impressionable soldier, Claudio falls instantly in love with Leonato’s beautiful daughter, Hero. The emotionally immature veteran soldier Benedick, resumes the witty war of words with old sparring partner and former girlfriend Beatrice, while the alienated, distant Don Jon is focused on causing trouble for all.

Soldiers and hotel workers blow off steam and party together, Claudio and Hero plan to marry, Benedick and Beatrice appear to almost reconcile when all is derailed by the bitter actions of the envious Don Jon.

Parties, Love, verbal sparring, margharitas, and hilarious attempts at unlikely matchmaking are all a part of what is one of Shakespeare’s funniest comedies!

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Published 26-06-2015