Presented by ASPIRE
Studio Audience Tickets
Due to COVID 19 restrictions ASPIRE has adapted the way it is to deliver it’s 2020 production ‘The Pecking Order’. Normally a large scale production with over a hundred and fifty young people involved across 6 ensembles ASPIRE is creating a filmed version of the original show. Each of the performance ensembles will have its own day of filming in the Civic Theatre in front of a live audience who will be talked through the plot of the show as we go by young cast members. The production will then be cut together and screened at the Civic Theatre on 7 February 2021.
Saturday 16 January: Recording Music at the Civic Theatre at 1pm (finish time approx. 4pm)
Be part of the live studio audience for the ASPIRE stage band sessions. Watch as the band perform the music from the production ‘The Pecking Order’ as it is professionally recorded ready for later studio audience sessions for dance and vocal ensembles. This is a unique opportunity to see ASPIRE’s talented young musicians front and centre as they take over the Civic Theatre Stage.
Tuesday 19 January: Recording Humans at the Civic Theatre at 1pm (finish time approx. 5pm)
Join the human characters of the Pecking Order as we film their scenes and songs in a special live studio audience event. This event involves Junior drama and vocal ensembles as well as lead characters from the Senior Vocal Ensemble. Join them all at ‘Camp Capacity’ a leadership camp run by Cash Vanity – leadership guru and egocentric entrepreneur as they learn about what makes a good leader and have their preconceptions challenged.
Wednesday 20 January: Recording Bird song at the Civic Theatre at 1pm (finish time approx. 5pm)
Be entertained by a flock encompassing Rainbow Lorikeets, Fairy Wrens and Mynah Birds as they sing and dance their way through the bird related repertoire of ‘The Pecking Order’. This event showcases our dance and senior vocal ensembles who will dazzle with their beautiful bird song and fancy flying.
Thursday 21 January: Recording talking birds at the Civic Theatre at 1pm (finish time approx. 5pm)
Munch the Magpie is desperate to be leader of the flock, but when will it be her turn? Join ASPIRE’s senior drama ensemble as they portray the most eclectic flock of birds in Australia. Follow the birds as they negotiate their relationship with the humans and find that in times of adversity every member of the flock is vital.
On sale to the General Public Monday 16 November, 9am