1 year ago

28 September, 2016

The Reginald, Seymour Centre

Organised by:
Movement and Dance Society

Our musical siblings over in MUSE are putting on a show and it's looking like it'll be an impressive one!!
Madsoc are heading on over to support them on their opening night, Wednesday 28th September 7.30pm. Please comment on the post below with your access number before Thursday 22nd midnight and Bec Clare will follow up with payment options once numbers are confirmed (It's $20 with access but will come down to $17 if we get a group of more than 10!)

The best parts are:
- it will be full of music and singing and dancing!
- it involves some of our Madsoc fam including Amy Humphreys (who wrote an amazing review for LOCUS), Miranda Middleton (the keenest dancing bean ever), Genevieve de Souza (not actually Madsoc but we just fan-girl over her) and Michael Goodyear (an absolute genious and supporting the show with the brand new ProSoc)
- it's during mid-sem break so you'll have plenty of time to reward yourself by going to see a show
- it's straight after our viewing night of LOCUS (ISL - Beanbag area at 5pm on the same day if you'd like to join!) - two shows in one night!!

Learn more about the actual show below and here --> https://www.facebook.com/events/336533653403347/

The Sydney University Musical Theatre Society (MUSE) are proud to present Curtains!

Boston, 1959: It’s the opening night of Robbin’ Hood of the Old West when suddenly at the curtain call, its supremely untalented leading lady is murdered onstage. The entire cast and crew are suspects. Enter Lieutenant Frank Cioffi, local detective and passionate amateur theatrical who unravels the mystery, fixes the show and falls in love with the ingénue, Miss Niki Harris.