This fun, high energy adventure may contain traces of Citrus. Join the King, Joker, Witch and Prince in there search for the Love of Three Oranges. This is Fairy-tale adventure is not just for the kiddies. Showing from October 27th 2017
This Pat Cooke comedy opens on August 18th 2017, so what is it all about?
Fat Daddy is the rich but vindictive southern gentleman with an equally conniving and scheming family. So you know who’s going to die, right? But who will the murderer be? Will it be Sweet Mama, Daddy’s pandering wife; Hyacinth, the daughter who’s always cleaning the family firearms; Earl the worm, or his overly amorous wife, Savannah; or Clete, the sullen handyman who, for some reason, is in the will? Then Fat Daddy is discovered, dead as a hammer. The police arrive to figure out which of the actors is a murder. This frantic mystery-comedy will have you guessing until the last clue is dropped and the last ham overacts.
This little gem has a few twists and turns of its own as you discover that the cast might not be who they say they are, and you might not be as observant as you first thought…
Come sleuthing for clues and find our whodunit at MITS this August.
There Goes The Bride opens May 26th and runs til June 17th 2017.
A fun lively show set in 1970’s London. Judy is getting married this afternoon and her Father Tim is busy with his last minute ad campaign. When Tim is torn between his work and his Father of the Bride duties, it all gets too much. Tim imagines his latest ad to life, now his family have to sort out all the crazy antics and get him to the church on time!
This fun comedy centres around 1920’s prohibition, as Ma Baker and her girls (Petal and Blossom) fight against Miss Fitt and the Purity League to keep Ritzy’s the local speakeasy open.
Meet Publican Nora, her innocent daughter Lily, trusty Sargent O’Riley, gangsters Ace and the boys (and their goils Moitle and Poile), Worldly Nick and not so worldly Irma as they make their way through this delightful story.
When Ivy Town Summer theatre manage to attract a big star like Hazel Laverne you know there is something up. Hazel the famous broadway star is not very well liked by her fellow players, so when she turns up dead everyone had a motive and everyone had means. But who dun it? Find out this September at MITS.