THE HALL COMMITTEE by Hey Boss

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The Hall Committee will transform your local hall to bring this interactive, immersive and hilarious play to life! The Rummage South Memorial Hall has seen better days. With white ants in the walls, possums in the roof and pigeons in the projection booth, the local wildlife are getting more use out of the hall than the locals. Due to the stringent restrictions enforced by Brenda, the intractable hall committee president, many residents have given up even trying to book the place. However, when tree changer Rebecca manages to inveigle her way onto the committee, the community gets a shake-up. When she reveals that a hall grant is within their reach, the fractured committee ultimately join forces and put their differences behind them. Unbeknownst to the committee, the hall is also inhabited by the spirits of the hall’s past who weave their subtle magic to help the hall & the community heal.

The Hall Committee was created by Damian Callinan to be performed in small regional halls. Audiences will have their own hall transformed in front of them as the cast usurp their residing committee to bring this interactive, immersive, hilarious play to life. The Hall Committee is a nostalgic celebration of the role halls play in regional communities that also challenges us to acknowledge our past to ensure an inclusive future.

"Heartfelt, very funny, superbly detailed and structured like a dream." - Peter Casey

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Touring window: October 
Fee: TBC (including technical equipment) + 10% Royalties + GST 
Artform: Theatre 
Ideal for: Hall committees, regional audiences, historical societies, theatre and comedy lovers 

A satirical new Australian play that proves there's nothing harder than a seat on a hall committee...

3rd Oct 2022

Hey Boss
Duration: 105 minutes
Artform: Theatre
Booking info:
Contact Anna Kennedy
Connecting Places Manager
[email protected]
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3rd Oct 2022 Regional Arts Victoria 370 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne, 3000