JASPER JONES - LEONGATHA LYRIC THEATRE

Entertainment event

The play Jasper Jones is the story of the disappearance of a teenage girl. In the fictitious mining town of Corrigan in the hot summer of 1965, adults in the town are gripped by fear for their children when the teenage daughter of the town’s mayor goes missing. As the long hot days follow the repercussions are felt by all.

Sue Lindsay, who is to direct this play, was drawn to it after reading the novel by Craig Silvey. The lively characters and resilience of the young people intrigued and inspired her.
Date/Time: PERFORMANCES – 13 to 21 September (seven performances).
Evening Performances (8pm start)
September 13, 14, 19, 20 & 21
Matinee Performances
September 14 & 21 (2pm start).