Phee Broadway Theatre at Home
Mount Alexander Shire Council is proudly showcasing our talented local creatives in 2018, with the venue’s first residency program, At Home.
Running for a total of 22 weeks, At Home provides local creatives free use of the venue to develop and perform their work.
At Home is supported by the Regional Centre for Culture, which aims to create significant new work to celebrate local stories.
Click on the show titles for more information including how to book for public performances.
The Starship Stowaway
Produced by Mark Penzak
In residence 5-14 March
School performance 14 March
The Scones are to Die For
Produced by Castlemaine Youth Theatre
In residence 15-24 March
Performances March 22, 23 and 24
In Didj’n’Us Hip Hope In Youth
Produced by Castlemaine District Community Health (Nalderun, The Meeting Place)
In residence 18 June – 15 July
Performance 14 July
HOOF Electronic Tap Dance
Produced by Ms Evie’s School of Tap
In residence 16 July – 12 August
Performance 4 August
The Meat Show
Produced by The Red Room Theatre
In residence 24 Sept – 7 Oct
Performances 5 & 6 October
How The Hell Did We Get Here?
Produced by Kavisha Mazzella
In residence 8 October – 4 November
Performances 3 and 4 November
Lunar Phase: An Over the Moon Youth Dance Work
Produced by Over the Moon Studio
In residence 12 – 25 November
Performance 25 November
Phee Dance Video Works
Produced by Company On Foot
In residence 26 November – 9 December
Performance 8 December
The Regional Centre for Culture 2018 is an initiative of the Victorian Government in partnership with the Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Corporation, City of Greater Bendigo, and the Shires of Central Goldfields, Hepburn and Mount Alexander. For more information visit www.rcc2018.com.