Performances

Broadway Showcase – Horsham Arts Council

It has been over two years since the Horsham Arts Council (HAC) graced the Horsham Town Hall stage which is far too long.  The HAC is thrilled to be presenting “Broadway Showcase” in May 2022.

Directed by HAC life member Debbie Boutcher, the production includes performances from 24 different musicals including ‘Les Miserables’, ‘9 to 5’, ‘Hamilton’, ‘Sweet Charity’ and ‘Beautiful – The Carole King Musical’, just to name a few.  There will be comedy, laughter and maybe even a few tears.

The show features a cast of 27 performers from across the Wimmera and beyond.  They hail from all walks of life, coming together for their shared love and passion for musical theatre and live performance.

There will be six performances from Wednesday 18 May 2022 to Sunday 22 May 2022, including evening and matinee performances.  The HAC has instigated a pricing package to give the opportunity for families to come to the show and enjoy it together.  The show is suitable for people of all ages.

The HAC has been producing high quality amateur theatre for over 56 years, continually amazing audiences with the level of local talent on display.  This show will enhance this tradition.

Live performance art has felt the full force of these crazy times.  We encourage everyone to come along and support the HAC in bringing back a little oy to the community.  Don’t delay – get in early and book your tickets.  History says that tickets for HAC shows are a hot c

Event Information

DATE

18 May 2022 -
22 May 2022

TIME

Evening Performances 8pm
Matinee Performances on Saturday and Sunday 1pm

VENUE

Horsham Town Hall Theatre
71 Pynsent St
Horsham, Vic, 3400

DURATION

2 Hours with interval

PRICE

$40 - Full Price
$35 - Concession
$35 - Groups 8 +
$120 - Family (2 adults + 2 children under the age of 18)
$30 - Additional children for Family ticket purchases only

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The Horsham Town Hall and Regional Art Gallery acknowledge the traditional lands of the Wotjobaluk, Jaadwa, Jadawadjali, Wergaia and Jupagulk people, and pay respect to their elders, both past, present and emerging.