Mia thinks she’s a normal little girl until the day she discovers a mysterious incarnation in her Nonna and Poppa’s overrun market garden at windswept Bluff’s Point just outside the sea side town of Streaky Bay in SA. The discovery leads her to a remote sea-side cove owned by her grandparents and so begins an adventure for Mia that she will never forget.
Making friends with creatures from the sea Mia will set about defending her them as she fights against a corrupt political system in Port Lincoln.
With the tragic death of her father in an accident, Mia and her mother Natalie move in with he mama’s eccentric Italian family on the Eyre Peninsula. Mia’s spell binding discovery leads her to find out that she no ordinary little girl and that love and good intentions can alter your world.
- This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.
Monday 14 April Arts Centre Port Noarlunga click here to purchase tickets.
Tuesday 15 April Woodville Town Hall click here to purchase tickets.
Wednesday 16 April Golden Grove Arts Centre click here to purchase tickets.
Thursday 17 April Marion Cultural Centre click here to purchase tickets.
Tuesday 22 April Star Theatres click here to purchase tickets.
Wednesday 23 April Murray Bridge click here to purchase tickets.
Thursday 24 April Shedley Theatre click here to purchase tickets.
Tickets are available via the venue or via the Out of the Square web site at http://www.outofthesquare.net.au
Cameron James graduated from Adelaide College of the Arts in 2013, Hocus Pocus is his first professional theatrical outting.
Cameron discovered his dream of acting at Golden Grove High School and followed it through to ACArts, where he had the honour of playing Demetirius in Shakespeares A Midsummer Nights Dream, learnt to create theatre from scratch, write, sing and generally LOOK like he knows what he is doing!
Cameron’s dream is to travel, find new experiences, and try everything once!… with in reason…
Clare’s most recent theatre performance was in ‘The Market’ an interactive piece she helped to devise for Gumption Productions at the 2014 Adelaide Fringe Festival.
In September of last year Clare played the Hebrew-speaking role of Sarah in ‘East of Berlin’ for the Bakehouse Theatre Company. Clare graduated from Flinders University Drama Centre the previous year. During her final year she performed in ‘Attempts on Her Life’ directed by Tom Healey and ‘Dracula’ directed by Anne Thompson and Kym Begg. Whilst in third year, Clare performed in Shakespeare’s ‘The Two Gentlemen of Verona,’ directed by Tiffany Lyndall-Knight. She played Natasha in Gorky’s ‘The Lower Depths,’ directed by Rosalba Clemente, and the part of Denise as well as a variety of other characters in ‘The Call,’ directed by David Mealor.
Clare’s film work includes playing the romantic lead in a SASA-nominated short film called ‘Sparks’ in 2012. She also features in the recently released feature film ‘The Follower’ and a number of TV commercials including Universities Australia, Fasta Pasta and Stratco. She starred in the web series, ‘IO’, which can be viewed here: http://io-series.com. In 2014, you’ll catch her on your TV in the ABC mini-series ‘ANZAC Girls’, in a TVC for Fairmont Homes and see her face in promotional material for Homestart Finance.
Tracey has worked with local Improv and Theatresports companies since 2003 learning the tricks of the trade in production, design, performance, marketing and PR. Her dedication lead to a change in her personal career taking her into arts and health promotions in 2007 where she has been able to explore storytelling as a practice through a variety of mediums.
With On the Fly Tracey has worked as the Treasurer and Secretary since the groups inception and she implemented the On the Fly Children’s pantomimes in 2009. Working with other to write and devise scripts, appearing and producing in the shows between 2010 and 2013. Tracey produced and appeared in Shadows in the City of Light at the Bakehouse in August of 2012. She developed the current Pirates on the Popeye during Fringe 2013 and co-wrote The Musical Adventures of Popeye and Olive Oyl with Teresa De Gennaro for June 2013. For the October school holidays Tracey wrote Space Fairies for Carrick Hill and she has managed the Pirates on the Popeye shows during school holidays in 2013.