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MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

Date: 16 Nov 2012 - 01 Dec 2012
Time: Tue, Wed, Thu at 8pm, Fri 7pm & 9.30pm, Sat 2pm & 7pm
Price: $45 full / $30 conc, under 30s & groups 10+ [plus booking fee]

Margaret Fulton is more than just our national cooking matriarch, she is a living legend. Her life story is full of the ingredients needed to make a musical.

Doug MacLeod (head writer and producer of The Comedy Company and Fast Forward) and Yuri Worontschak (composer of everything from Fast Forward to Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell) collaborate with the Present Tense ensemble (Chants Des Catacombes) to bring her unique and surprising story to the stage, in this highly original musical experience.

"Doug MacLeod has always made me laugh. Not so much from his writing as his dress sense and various speech impediments.'" Shaun Micallef

Season Performances:
Wednesday 21st of November 8pm
Thursday 22nd of November 8pm
Friday 23rd of November 7pm & 9.30pm
Saturday 24th of November 7pm
Tuesday 27th of November 8pm
Wednesday 28th of November 8pm
Thursday 29th of November 8pm
Friday 30th of November 7pm & 9.30pm
Saturday 1st of December 2pm & 7pm

Duration: 90 minutes

Book and lyrics by Doug MacLeod

Music by Yuri Woronstchak

Adapted from the book I SANG FOR MY SUPPER by MARGARET FULTON

Amy Lehpamer
as Margaret Fulton

with
Laura Burzacott
Zoy Frangos
Zoe McDonald
Josh Price


and Jess Palmer & Jazz Miller
Bryce Ives (Director)
Nathan Gilkes (Director)

Collaborating Artists:
Scott Allan
Andrew Bellchambers
Sean Bryan
David Harford
Marcello LoRicco

Images by James Cant

presenttense.org.au

This project has been supported by the City of Port Phillip through the Cultural Development Fund

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Theatre Works respectfully acknowledges the Yalukit Willam Clan of the Boon Wurrung who are the traditional custodians of this land. We pay our respect to their Elders, both past and present. We acknowledge and uphold their continuing relationship to this land and extend that respect to other Indigenous Australians who join us at Theatre Works.