After the success of his original musical, ‘The Things I Could Never Tell Steven’, which premiered in Newtown in December, local composer Jye Bryant is bringing his talents back to Penrith with the upcoming production of Henry Lawson Theatre’s ‘The Oldest Profession’.
Directed by Joshua Crew, the show revolves around five ageing workers who have made a living in the ‘oldest profession’.
Mae, Lilian, Ursula, Edna and Vera started their careers over half a century ago and, while they used to be the belles of the ball, they are now struggling to compete with the younger generation in New York.
This musical comedy offers plenty of laughs, along with cabaret and a touch of burlesque.
So treat yourself to an evening of local theatre this February with this funny and slightly naughty show, created by a very talented local resident.
‘The Oldest Profession’ will be on at Henry Lawson Theatre in Werrington County from Friday, February 12 until Sunday, February 28 with evening and matinee performances. Tickets are $15-$18 for concession and $21-$25 for adults. For more information on performance times or to book tickets visit www.hltheatre.com.au or call 9851 4710.