The Holroyd Musical and Dramatic Society will take you on a trip down memory lane with their latest production, Grease.
Director Patty Macintosh said audiences can expect a colourful experience as cast members bring the classic movie to life on stage.
"It’s a multidimensional production," Ms Macintosh said. "The music and singing compliments the drama."
Ms Macintosh started her career with an amateur theatre company, Gilbert and Sullivan, and has been directing shows since 1991. She celebrates her 25th production with Grease.
‘‘I see [the production] as a teaching experience and always have in mind the spectacle of the show,’’ she said.
The show has taken three months to produce and also features a live rock ‘n roll band.
The Holroyd Musical and Dramatic Society will donate 10 per cent of all show profits to the Cancer Council’s Pink Ribbon campaign. Pink ribbon pins will also be sold at the shows.
Ms Macintosh said it was a way to show support for the thousands of women battling breast cancer.
‘‘We not only want to show our support but we want to raise awareness about this disease as well,’’ she said.
Grease will be performed at the Red Gum Centre in Wentworthville until Saturday.
Tickets cost $30 for adults and $25 for concession. Group booking of 10 or more are $28 for adults and $20 children and concession. Family bookings are (two adults and two children/concession) $100.
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