Welcome back to the website of Warren Wills World, and indeed we are amidst a flurry of exciting, creative and historic activity.
On April 23rd at ACU we will be launching our exciting new musical project on social justice with partners ACU, Australian Catholic University , which will be a socially inclusive music theatre project presented on June 1st at Cathedral Hall at ACU.
A link is on this site for those wishing to join-;
•Creative Arts Education
•Text message to 0418 127 555
This will be a stepping stone towards November 18th, HIGHT OF BROKEN GLASS.
A Large scale,world premiere of a new musical with large scale dancing, singing and acting forces.
All are welcome.
This will be part of a street festival celebrating the story of William Cooper, indigenous human rights activist.
The shows will, be on at 3 and 6pm in Cathedral Hall.
This will also coincide with the 80th anniversary of the events of Kristelnacht.
Also in development for September, is the Hymn st. Kilda, again with massed choirs.
In the meanwhile TATTOO, inspired by the best selling true story of Lalo Sokolov, the Tattooist of Aushwitz, is being presented in June by the extraordinary, exemplary and indomitable , CHOIR OF HARD KNOCKS.
What a joy to have begun work on MEN ALOUD this week.
A wonderful, talented and truly diverse group of men, who came to sing.
This is teart of a beautiful musical journey, culminating in a theatrical performance on june 9 and 10.
Here we shall be presenting the world premiere of a new collaborative work addressing men’s issues.
Don’t forget to tune in to the LONDON BEAT every Sunday morning 9am on j-air, 87.8 FM
Watch this space for far more info