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Festival Extra

21 Living Icons

 

To celebrate 21 years of subscription seasons, Theatre North at the Princess is showcasing 21 local icons, nominated by the community, in this exhibition of luminous lightbox portraits!

21 passionate, creative individuals who have made a real difference to the arts in northern Tasmania, some with national recognition, others as local legends, are portrayed in costume in a scene from a work of art, literature or theatre.

Featuring showbiz attire from the wardrobes of local theatre companies, the 21 icons are up in lights like never before, spectacularly transformed into St Joan (Bernard Shaw), Dolly Levi (Jerry Hermann’s Hello Dolly), Lady Capulet and Lady Montagu (Romeo & Juliet) and many, many more!

Exhibition is open now.

 

Presented by Theatre North at the Princess 

Theatre North

Supported by Friends of Theatre North at the Princess and Best Western Plus Launceston

 

Image: Kim Schneiders as Bernard Shaw’s St Joan (detail).
Creative credits: Brian Dullaghan, Greg Leong and Gina Mckenzie.

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TICKETS

FREE EVENT

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The foyer of the Earl Arts Centre will be transformed into the Festival Club during Ten Days on the Island.

 

The Festival Club will be open everyday during the Festival, 5pm until late.

ORIGIN

Tasmania

DATES

Launceston

Earl Arts Centre

Fri 17 Mar 2017, until Sun 26 Mar 2017, 5pm until late

 

To celebrate 21 years of subscription seasons, Theatre North at the Princess is showcasing 21 local icons, nominated by the community, in this exhibition of luminous lightbox portraits!

21 passionate, creative individuals who have made a real difference to the arts in northern Tasmania, some with national recognition, others as local legends, are portrayed in costume in a scene from a work of art, literature or theatre.

Featuring showbiz attire from the wardrobes of local theatre companies, the 21 icons are up in lights like never before, spectacularly transformed into St Joan (Bernard Shaw), Dolly Levi (Jerry Hermann’s Hello Dolly), Lady Capulet and Lady Montagu (Romeo & Juliet) and many, many more!

Exhibition is open now.

 

Presented by Theatre North at the Princess 

Theatre North

Supported by Friends of Theatre North at the Princess and Best Western Plus Launceston

 

Image: Kim Schneiders as Bernard Shaw’s St Joan (detail).
Creative credits: Brian Dullaghan, Greg Leong and Gina Mckenzie.

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