iOTA (Smoke and Mirrors, Hedwig and the Angry Inch), Prinnie Stevens (The Voice, Hair), Abby Dobson (Leonardo’s Bride) and Kamahl alongside an ensemble of young people.
Every community has generations of unheard stories. A group of young artists between the ages of 13 and 19 interviewed important older people in their lives asking questions about growing up and growing old in Australia. In 2020 they transformed the stories passed down to them into ‘Testament’, a cross generational concept album, to be performed live at the iconic Orpheum Theatre, Cremorne.
Created by Nate Gilkes (Robot Song, Hipbone Sticking Out) and arranged by Glenn Moorhouse (American Idiot).
Featuring a Helpmann and Aria Award winning line up
This will be a heartfelt and powerful theatrical experience, which transcends time or age and celebrates a community through music and song.
Marian St Theatre for Young People is a unique, local Not-For-Profit organisation which enriches the lives of young people by connecting them to the transformative power of live performance. They have been inspiring children and young people’s imaginations for over 50 years.
Where: Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace, 380 Military Road, Cremorne
When: Saturday 14 November 7.30pm
Tickets: Discounted to $35 for family and friends
Bookings: via the Orpheum Ticketing Portal
Run time: 70mins no interval
Recommended age: 12+
Parking: Parking in side streets or in the plentiful local parking centre.
In association with Rhinestone Rebel Presents
Supported by the NSW Government through the Department of Youth, Communities and Justice; Ku-ring-gai Council and St Ives Shopping Village.
We request that people not attend if:
We ask patrons to:
MSTYP and the Cremorne Orpheum are putting robust measures in place for this event to ensure the safety of staff and performers, including:
And more. Call us if in doubt and happy to answer questions!