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Highly Strung Cast Announcement
Auditions were recently held for our 2019 Christmas cabaret ‘Highly Strung’ and we were thrilled with the depth of local talent on display.
We were fortunate to be able to cast a mix of talented performers with a variety of ages, and singing and dancing abilities, who we are sure will give our audiences a varied and fresh experience
Director: First Last
Announcing Stephen Robertson Director / Choreographer
New Plymouth Operatic are delighted to announce that Stephen Robertson will direct and choreograph our 2019 season of Priscilla – Queen of the Desert The Musical.
Stephen is New Zealand’s leading professional director of musical theatre, having been a professional freelance Director
PRISCILLA IS COMING IN JUNE 2019
New Plymouth Operatic are now calling for expressions of interest for the following creative and head of department roles:
Expressions of interest are on a voluntary basis and can be made in writing to the NPOS office by 25th September 2018.
Joining the Crusade for a third time
New Plymouth Operatic Society’s production of Les Miserables has almost come to an end, and for many it is ending for the third time. The cast get the bright lights, the applause and the accolades, but what keeps the unsung heroes
Congratulations to Hannah Jones who was the lucky winner of our #LesMisFan competition, drawn on Monday 13 August 2018.
Hannah spent the afternoon at the TSB Showplace on Wednesday 15 August, as part of our Schools Programme.
Students enjoy a moment
Jackson and Ollie Winter were excited to meet Fernando Tarango (Jean Valjean) and Tem Hodson (Javert) after the show on Sunday 5 August 2018.
Two young fans enjoyed a very special trip to see Les Miserables when they got to go on stage after the show and
Expectations exceeded with quality production
Review by Gordon Brown. Photos by Chris Hill.
Announcing an extended season before a show even starts ensures expectations are high.
On opening night those expectations were justified, even exceeded, when the curtain went up on the New Plymouth Operatic Society’s production of Les Miserables.