Butterflies Are Free
Theatre night aiding the local Circle of Friends (refugee support group) –
St Jude’s Players are staging:
A comedy by Leonard Gershe
Directed by John Graham
Gaining independence is an essential part of growing up. But when you’re young, blind and have an over-protective mother, this is fraught with problems. Don Baker has been blind from birth and finally decides to move into a Manhattan apartment and pursue his song-writing ambitions. However his new kooky, sexy neighbour sends the mother into overdrive – with hilarious but touching results.
This play won three major Broadway awards, and the film version (starring a young Goldie Hawn) won an Oscar.
Many from our church have helped the Blackwood Hills Circle of Friends to support refugees by attending past St Jude’s performances.
- Wednesday, the 1st of August 2012
- at 8pm
- at St Jude’s Anglican Hall on Brighton Road, Brighton (click for map)
- Tickets are $15 – contact Stan White 8278 7898, Beth Shepherd 8370 0473, or Carys Penny 8278 4114.
Click this link for more information about the St Jude’s Players’, Butterflies Are Free.
Click here to learn more about the Blackwood Hills Circle of Friends.