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07 Apr

The Cafe Sessions are back!

Call for audience members!

Help FAM test their new touring work in development

presenting live theatre in everyday places

 Please call venues direct to reserve your seat

Enjoy a food platter & beverage $15

(Donation for performances appreciated)

6.30pm for 7pm start

Bookings Essential

Bright: Mon 18 April @ Food Wine & Friends

03 5750 1312

Porepunkah: Tue 19 April @ Punkah Pantry

0411 705 992

Harrietville: Wed 20 April @ Bella’s Café

03 5759 2781   0418 564 768


08 Nov

Sideshow Alley Returns


Saturday  2 & 9 January shows – tickets on sale soon!

Has “Fabio” the Strongman (Brien Roberts) finally met his match?

October saw the return of Sideshow Alley at Avalon House Harrietville. 

A very special birthday celebration for FAM’s Pauline Thompson with her family and friends.



16 Sep

On the Home Front – 5 Oct 2015

Winter is finally over and FAM rehearsals are under way for On the Home Front our ANZAC  inspired play. The play has evolved through the development stage following  last year’s preview performance with Q & A session at our local Bright RSL Sub Branch and now FAM will perform the play  at  Bright P-12 College Stadium, Monday 5 October, 12.30pm Community  members welcome – Gold Coin donation.

On the Home Front Fam Title

View scenes from the play

This original play by Pieta Swann BA (Educational Theatre), Grad Dip Ed  is about the experiences of three Australian women as their loved ones serve during WWI.

Using historical newspaper reports, songs, letters and poems the play reflects upon the start of the Great War in 1914 to the Gallipoli Campaign in 1915 when the ANZAC legend was formed.

The performance presents history in a dynamic way through the intermingling of historical facts, personal stories and engaging performers. It is designed to inform and inspire students’ (audiences’) imaginations.

While the subject matter of the play is aligned to the Australian National Curriculum outcomes for students in years 6 and 9 it is a wonderful opportunity to provide context to all students and community members for the ANZAC commemorations that will take place locally, nationally and internationally in 2015.