‘Crystal Girls’ written by Cassie Brooks
It is a musical adventure that follows 3 rival school girls whose lives are turned upside down after discovering that they alone have the power to save everything we know and much more.
Meeting strange and mysterious characters along their way, they discover more about themselves than they anticipated in their desperate attempt to return to the life they knew before they were whisked away into something that resembled a dream.
With the clock ticking and with all at stake, can they see past their own lives to save the lives of everyone else and all that we know?
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Crystal Girls, written by Cassie Brooks and performed by AliCaT Seniors.
Here’s a sneaky peek at what the AliCaT Seniors have been up to…
With the help of ‘green screen’ we hope to achieve some great projections to make Crystal Girls very sci fi. Come see their production to find out more!
Saturday 15th July and Sunday 16th July at 7.30pm.
Tickets available through our contact page
An AliCaT Senior Production – Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th July 2016 at 7.30pm
A Teens War by Cassie Brooks (2016)
Let us take you back to WW2 Britain, but this time, to tell the untold stories from the teens of the time.
We know about the soldiers, the evacuees and the women on the Homefront, but what of those teenagers? Return with us to find out what they got up to and what hardships and troubles they faced. Stories of loss, love and friendship, with great 1940’s music and songs. A jitterbug and even some serenading. Plot shocks and surprises, a good laugh and possibly a tear or two. It’s worth a the trip, if you’re ready for the ride…
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Aesops Musical Foibles (2015):
The audience will be highly entertained by the menagerie of voices in poor Aesop’s head. The resentful Fox, the egomaniac Hare, the sluggish Tortoise, the zen-like Grasshopper and the Aunt and more come to life as hysterical characters onstage that only Aesop and your audience can see and hear. With his mind crowded with all these big personalities, Aesop can hardly think straight. The only way to peace of mind and freedom is to let out the characters and share them with the world.
Midsummer Night’s Dream (2014):
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” William Shakespeare’s most popular comedy, was written around 1594 or 95. It portrays the adventures of four young lovers and a group of amateur actors, their interactions with woodland fairies and a duke and duchess. Taking place in a mythical Athens and an enchanted forest, there is a handsome fairy king, a misguided parent, star-crossed lovers, a weaver who’s transformed into a half-donkey, wood sprites and elves. It’s about the world’s most popular pastime, falling in love. But as Puck knows, falling in love can make fools of us all.
Through the Looking Glass (2013):
This silly adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass depicts the coming of age story with fun twists and music everyone will adore. You’ll recognize some of your favourite characters of Wonderland and meet dozens of new ones along Alice’s journey! As a pawn from the second square of the chessboard, Alice must travel to the eighth square to accomplish her goal of becoming a queen. Each step of her passage brings her face to face with new characters and adventures as well as celebrations when she achieves each aspiration.
The Dracula Spectacular Show (2012):
The Dracula Spectacular tells the tale of the forces of good against evil as the Lord of the Vampires seeks to seduce the sweet and vulnerable American school teacher, Miss Nadia Naïve. She is protected by handsome English doctor Nick Necrophilia and his friend Father O’Stake, who are also assisted by Herr Hans and Frau Gretel. The Count, his sidekick Genghis, and his mother Countess Wraith have created a blood-like substance on which they survive and they plan to take over the world using an army of undead creatures. Good meets evil at the castle by the black lake as the show speeds towards a thrilling climax and an intriguing twist.
Rock Toyz (2011):
In the big house at the top of the hill there’s something very strange going on. It’s way past bed time and a little girls toys have come to life, complete with their own rock’n’roll soundtrack! – Reality has ceased, the Party has begun!
All is,”Tip o’ the Mark” and “Hip to that Chart” until a new Toy arrives, then the action starts.
– Oh, and do remember – “Happy ever after is a State of Mind”!!
Rock Toyz blends the traditional story of Cinderella with the vibrant dance and energetic music of contemporary stage classics like Grease. It’s a fun, fantasy tale with attitude about what happens when the Toyz from the attic meet the Ratz from the cellar, with love, leather jackets, cartoon comedy, and 150 metres of ribbon thrown in! What more can we say? Continue reading