TWO musicals and two plays will take centre stage in the Koorliny Arts Centre and Kwinana Industries Council 2019 Performance Season.

The line-up, which comprises The Boy from Oz directed by Brad Tudor (April), Driving Miss Daisy directed by Jon Lambert (June), Tick, Tick … Boom directed by Taye Broadley (August), and The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe directed by Craig Griffin (November), is set to delight audiences of all ages.

General Manager Kate McIntosh said she was excited by the range of shows on offer, which included much-loved favourites and a lesser known musical.

“There is something for everyone, from iconic juke-box musical The Boy from Oz to the more intimate pop-rock musical Tick, Tick … Boom, a Pulitzer Prize-winning play, and a special treat for families,” she said.

Ms McIntosh said the Weekend Courier would continue to remain on board as an associate partner.

Kwinana Industries Council will continue its partnership with Koorliny Arts Centre for the centre’s 2019 and 2020 performance seasons.

Kwinana Industries Council director Chris Oughton said the partnership had boosted the profile of performing arts in Kwinana and helped the centre make its mark as an artistic hub in Perth.

Sponsorship opportunities are still available and more information can be obtained by calling Kate McIntosh on 9467 7118.

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