Fundraising Day-Trip: Euphoria - 27 May
State Theatre Company South Australia will host a fundraising day-trip to Murray Bridge to see a regional production of Euphoria on Thursday 27 May, 2021.
Written by local playwright Emily Steel and directed by Nescha Jelk, Euphoria is our 2021 education show and is supported by the Education Giving Circle. The play, starring Ashton Malcolm and James Smith, brings to life a South Australian regional community, full of love, pain, complexity and humour.
In addition to a season at the Space Theatre, Euphoria is touring large parts of the state, enabling regional residents and students to experience high-quality professional theatre. Murray Bridge is just one of the stops on this tour and we’re delighted to be able to invite you to witness this performance and a post-show Q&A alongside local secondary English and Drama students.
The full itinerary is detailed below. Costs are $300 per person, including bus transport, a show ticket, a river cruise, brunch and a $155 tax-deductible donation to State Theatre Company South Australia. Donations will support our renowned education program designed to give South Australian secondary school students and teachers access to high-quality professional theatre, workshops, educational resources and work experience.
We hope you can join us for a fun day of theatre and camaraderie. Places are strictly limited.
Please book over the phone on 8415 5332 or online here by Tuesday 18 May, 2021.
8.20am: Meet at the Mercury Cinema (Morphett St, Adelaide) for a prompt 8.30am bus departure.
10.00am: Board river cruise boat (MV Jester Cruises) at Zadows Landing. Brunch will be shared on the cruise boat.
12.00pm: Disembark river cruise boat at Woodlane Reserve Mypolonga, for a 12.10pm bus ride to Murray Bridge.
12.40pm: Arrive in Murray Bridge.
12.50pm: Seated in Murray Bridge Town Hall for 1.00pm performance of Euphoria, followed by a post-show Q&A.
2.45pm (approx.): Bus departs Murray Bridge to return to Adelaide.
4.00pm (approx.): Bus arrives back at Mercury Theatre in Adelaide.