Please note that this performance of The Reunion has been cancelled. The performance on Saturday 27 May is going ahead.
Presented by Minerva Theatre Co. and Anywhere Festival Moreton Bay
WELCOME TO THE MT. ST. CELINE 10 YEAR REUNION!
You’re invited to the class of 2013’s 10 year reunion! We are so excited to hear how your education at Mt. St. Celine has fuelled your success. We are offering a night of connection and enjoyment at a boutique venue. Tickets are essential, please let us know of your attendance in advance. As we are representing Mt. St. Celine, please dress according to the college’s values: wisdom, fortitude and authenticity.
The Reunion is an audience immersive, comedic performance presented in Brisbane and Moreton Bay. Audiences are enrolled as past students who are also attending the reunion – be prepared to listen to the character’s stories, play a game or two (whilst remaining seated) and watch old grievances come to light.
Audiences will be invited to hear one character’s side of the story, will everything they say be true? You may want to return to hear another version of events. You may be asked what you’ve achieved since high school… will you tell the truth? Or will you invent a more Insta worthy story?
Produced by: Tyra Pohlman & Sophie Heather
Written by: Sophie Heather
Script Advisors: Tyra Pohlman & Tish Bourke
Starring: Tyra Pohlman, Téa Gross, Lachie Mackie, Freya Crema & Dom Ryan
This interactive experience will be held at The Hills Community District Centre, a small cosy hall tucked in the bushland of Arana Hills.
See other performance dates below.
Comedy, Immersive, Theatre
Total tickets per show
The Hills District Commmunity Centre
Date & Time
26 May @ 6:45 pm - 7:45 pm
Wheelchair accessible, Wheelchair accessible toilet
Coarse or crude language, See event description for warnings
Brisbane, Moreton Bay
Don't forget to bring
Acknowledgement of Traditional Custodians
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we present Anywhere Festival, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, Turrbal and Yuggera Peoples. We wish to pay respect to their Elders - past, present and emerging - and acknowledge the important role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their stories continue to play.