Fresh off the back of their showstopping production of Shrek at the Goldfields Arts Centre last month, the Stage Left Theatre Troupe is busy rehearsing for its next big production, Frosted.
The pantomime take on the popular Disney film Frozen was written by Warren McWilliams and follows the journey of brave Anna as she sets off to find her sister, Snow Queen Elsa, and save their kingdom from an icy spell and an eternal winter.
With the classic pantomime Dame and singing and dancing, the show will entertain children and keep parents laughing.
The cast of more than 20 have been meeting each week with director Shayne Moses-Taurima to bring the show to life. She said the group was excited to bring another “from screen to stage” production to Kalgoorlie-Boulder audiences to celebrate the group’s 10th anniversary.
She said while many of the characters and the storyline of Frosted were similar to the Disney film, audiences could expect something a little different.
“Just because it’s in the panto format, it’s not as serious as the movie,” she said.
“It is just a fun afternoon for the whole family.
“Mums and dads, grandparents, there’s singing, dancing, special effects including some pyro, lots of nice costumes. It will be great.”
Moses-Taurima said children and parents were encouraged to dress up for the show and dance to the music.
Frosted will play at the Stage Left Theatre Group’s Lane Street Theatre for five shows on November 24, 25 and December 1.
Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for members and $18 for children under 16.
Book at stageleft.org.au.