A message from MBTC’s Committee
The committee of Moreton Bay Theatre Company has taken the difficult decision to POSTPONE our production of Fame.
Throughout these times of uncertainty and fear the priority of MBTC is the safety and well-being of the cast, crew, volunteers and audience members who make up our community. Close monitoring of government and health agency advice relating to COVID-19 has lead us to determine that postponement at this time is the right decision.
Fame is an outstanding show and MBTC thanks every member of our committed team for the hard work and dedication they have put into this musical. Our intention is that Fame will be performed on the NeverLand stage later this year and we will provide an update about this as soon as the current climate allows.
Despite the postponement of Fame, MBTC committee has decided to continue to offer musical theatre classes and to provide our holiday workshop service “Seussical Jnr” as planned. We will of course be operating within all government restrictions and health agency advice to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our participants.
MBTC sends our love and support to all of our fellow community theatre groups who have been forced to postpone or cancel their productions. These are unprecedented times and we need to support each other as we navigate our way through the challenges.
We encourage all of our patrons to continue their support of the arts wherever possible during these difficult times. In the words of Vanessa Redgrave “I think the theatre is as essential to civilization as safe, pure water.” (The Redgraves: A Family Epic)
President, Moreton Bay Theatre Company
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