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Which-craft?

CCtheatreCo. and Holden Street Theatres present

A cartoon image with two elements against a solid orange background. To the left is a large video camera on a tripod, drawn in a rough and scratchy style. On the right and facing the camera is a spindly young witch wearing an exaggeratedly large hat and dress with ornamental curly cues. She stands on one long, thin, stripe-stockinged leg, histrionically directing her wand at the camera.


Winners of the Holden Street Theatres' Adelaide Fringe Award 2018.

In the Land Behind the Shadows, every decision has an effect. The Wormwood sisters have fallen on hard times: they're Living in a high rise with bad neighbours and the landlord breathing down their necks, and no-one is buying their spells. The eldest of the sisters plans to turn their luck around by entering all of the reality shows on the box - including 'The Bat-chelor’, ‘My Witchin’ Rules’ and ‘Rottingfoot’s Got Talent’ and become household names. Will their lives be ‘Altar-ed'? Or will the world find them to be quite dis-enchanting?

CCtheatreCo's newest cult musical comedy is the third story in the Rottingfoot series, after hit comedies Doomclaw and Bloodbank. Come along to see another charm-ing tale from this magical land!


About CCtheatreCo

CCtheatreCo. is a group of actors, singers, dancers and artists who quite simply love to perform, create and entertain. CCtheatreCo. prides itself in utilising the talents and passions of its members, both on and off the stage, giving opportunities for individuals to put their various art forms into practice.

CCtheatreCo. does not perform to make profit and all takings from any shows or events go back into the company for future performances. All they hope for, from each show, is that the audience had as much fun as they did.

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A cartoon image with two elements against a solid orange background. To the left is a large video camera on a tripod, drawn in a rough and scratchy style. On the right and facing the camera is a spindly young witch wearing an exaggeratedly large hat and dress with ornamental curly cues. She stands on one long, thin, stripe-stockinged leg, histrionically directing her wand at the camera.


Which-craft?

Genre: Theatre

Origin: SA

Rating: PG

Duration: 60 mins

Season: 2019

Dates: 26 Feb - 10 Mar

Times:
26 Feb - 2 Mar: 6:30pm
3 Mar; 10 Mar: 8:00pm
5-9 Mar: 9:30pm

Tickets:

Adult: $27.00
Concession: $18.00
Child: $18.00
Cheap Tuesday: $18.00
Family (4): $75.00

Companion Card holders welcome.

Venue: The Arch

HST are making every effort to make our performances accessible to all during the 2019 Adelaide Fringe. Accessible seating is available in The Arch.

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