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Last performances of A Comedy of Tenors this weekend in Broulee

"that was brilliant" is the kind of feedback you don't mind.

Following performances at the Moruya Golf Club and Narooma Kinema, Moruya's Red Door Theatre Co are looking forward to again return to put on 2 shows this weekend at St Peters College, Broulee.

Anthony Mayne, producer of the latest production, A comedy of Tenors told the Beagle "St Peters is a wonderful venue with fab lights and sound.  Just what we need to finish this very successful tour of what is an hilarious farce"

Set in Paris, the play is a fast paced comedy centred around a tenor, a bellhop that looks like a tenor, a former lover, a wife, a son in law & an anxious producer - a fun filled theatrical farce touring the Eurobodalla.

Keep an eye out for the actor who plays two roles; two lead roles.  An outstanding performance from a person born for the stage..

Anthony said "As people left the show we captured some of the feedback from the Kinema show:"

"A Comedy of Tenors" is a hilarious hit.

"That is the funniest play I have ever seen"..John from Narooma The Final two shows for the Red Door's current production are on this weekend! Sat 7pm & Sun 2pm matinee at @ St Peters College, Broulee Tickets at Moruya Books or at the door. The Narooma Kinema performance last weekend was a hit - some comments at the door: "how did he do it - he was brilliant", "whoever built the set can build my new house", "I couldn't stop laughing", "was he wearing a wig - who cares, he was fantastic" & "I am telling my friends in Broulee - don't miss this!" Background; Red Door Theatre Company were formed in 2016 as the newest theatre company in the Eurobodalla. Starting from scratch, this is their fifth production and their third as a touring theatre company. The theatre troupe and their fab director, Linda Heald, have once again shown the creative potential of the South Coast.

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