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The Boy from Oz – tells the dazzling, funny and moving story of the life of legendary Australian entertainer and songwriter, Peter Allen.
From humble beginnings in the 1950s, growing up in Tenterfield NSW, to his catapulting rise to fame as a global phenomenon.
Peter was singing in country pubs at age 11. He survived family tragedy, to become a teenage TV star. Discovered by Judy Garland, he married her daughter Liza Minnelli and went on to achieve international stardom as a performer and song writer. Get ready for a toe-tapping, vibrant musical that includes many of Peter Allen’s best loved hits: ‘Quiet Please, There’s a Lady On Stage’, ‘Not the Boy Next Door’, ‘Everything Old is New Again’, ‘I Honestly Love You’, ‘I Still Call Australia Home’, ‘Tenterfield Saddler’ and the ‘show-stopping ‘I Go to Rio’.
The casting committee for CTGi's March/April 2023 production of HEATHERS THE MUSICAL is thrilled to announce and congratulate the cast!
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17 March - 1 April 2023
We are thrilled to announce ‘A Night on the Town Monologue Competition Macarthur’ that is being held as a part of The Festival of Place, an initiative of the Create NSW.
The competition is being held to engage the unique spaces along Queen Street Campbelltown. This is a community building event, hosted by Campbelltown Theatre Group Inc in collaboration with the performing art community of Macarthur.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 2022
Updated Tuesday, 11th January 2022
Congratulations to the incoming Committee and we can't thank the outgoing members enough for all their passion and dedication to working to take CTGi through the past 12 months of theatre.
President: Jarrod Denning
Vice President - Public Relations: Angela Cascarino
Vice President - Membership: Nicki James
Treasurer: Dean Irwin
Director of House & Tech: David Cascarino
Director of Youth: Kristen Briggs
Production Manager (multiple positions): Christina Donoghue, Lauren Whelan
Fundraising Chair: Georgee Glynn
Updated Wednesday 7th September 2022