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Motherhood mayhem

Special time: the cast of Motherhood the Musical.

WONTHAGGI Arts Centre together with HIT Productions are delighted to present Sue Fabisch’s Motherhood the Musical at the Wonthaggi Arts Centre.

The show will be held on Tuesday, September 18 at 8pm.

If you enjoyed Menopause The Musical, you will love this equally hilarious, musical journey about the lives and friendships of four very different mums.

Barb, an over-worked, underpaid, stressed-out mother of five; Brooke, the lawyer, who works too much and barely sees her kids; Trisha, a single mum struggling to balance work, her family and her divorce; and finally Amy, the naive young woman about to have her first child.

Having received rave reviews during its 2011 Australian tour, you’ll love this joyous musical journey as it takes a loving and funny look at the blessings and the perils of being a mum.

This is all about laughing and crying, craziness and calm, smiles and tears, all wrapped up into 90 minutes of great musical entertainment.  Just a little note for those wanting to attend, there are adult themes.   Tickets are available from the Wonthaggi Workmens Club. Phone 5672 1083.  Adults $35 and concession $30. Bookings essential.

 

Short URL: http://thestar.com.au/?p=4357

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