“That’s Not How I Remember It”
Mum and Dad love to tell the story of how they met in 1986 -- "pretty much the most awesome year ever." Trouble is, they remember their courtship completely differently. Mum's version makes their meeting sound like a sappy romantic comedy while Dad somehow makes himself the star of a karate battle. This tubular one-act is a crazy homage to bad 80s movies and the inadequacies of memory.
“Orange is the New Glass”
In a fairy-tale kingdom obsessed with pop culture and social media, fairy godmothers are lawyers and the Three Little Pig-arazzi chase celebrities. But when Cinderella leaves her self-absorbed prince and winds up in jail with an unlikely girl squad, she doesn't just cause a sensation--she starts a revolution. A warmhearted comedy full of clever characters.
Approx. Running Time: Approximately 2 hours including interval
Suitable for ages: All ages
Saturday 25th April at 4pm and 8pm
Sunday 26th April at 2pm & 6pm
Holden Street Theatres
We strive to create work for South Australian Artists and Arts Workers by making and presenting theatrical productions of the highest calibre.We seek new approaches to making theatre and at a time when venues are closing and are threatening to close we continue to contribute to the continued vitality of theatre and the arts Industry.
We continue to develop new strategies to create employment opportunities and support the cultural future of South Australia.
We are dedicated to the professional development and production of theatre with our in house season The Directors Choice and our co-productions with emerging companies.
We strongly encourage new companies to form and existing companies to continue by offering support, advice and a contributive environment.
In order to engage new and existing audiences we focus towards the presentation and development of new Australian works, international productions which may not have been seen here in Australia and innovative ways of presentation.
We strive for cultural and artistic significance on a Local, National and International scale and we are passionate about building exchange programs between Holden Street and international companies to contribute to the quality and diversity of the arts in South Australia.
Holden Street Theatres is gaining local, national and international recognition as a venue with that supports new collaborations, takes risks, produces internationally viable work and supports companies to develop high calibre productions.
In its short history, Holden Street has shown a huge amount of development and productivity.
This progress is a clear indication of the ability of Holden Street to continue to strive for excellence and support the South Australian Arts Industry in the future.