The Glamour of the 1940s meets MURDER. Hilarious and Intriguing Interactive Show! Extremely entertaining for the audience as well as for the Cast!
The year is 1930 and ‘Gone with the Wind’ has been a huge success. Rival motion picture companies are in the process of masterminding their own blockbuster success.
One of those companies has secured a screenplay from the well-known writer, Sheihk Speer and have been casting the film.
The studio is holding a glizty extravaganza in the ballroom of the Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel to announce the major roles.
The director of the film, Lou Czar has been found dead in his hotel room.
Meet Atlanta Bigpart (pronounced Beejpar), Slee Z’round, Betty Luvzer, Al Amerikan, Cindy Weller, Sheikh Speer and Ima Goodtime
as well as some unusual hospitality staff.
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Listen to some sample music from Hollywood Extravaganza!
'Sad Sorta Lovin' Way'
Wow! What an incredible stage experience we were able to give the students of Waikaka School due to Monica’s ‘Maui and the Genie’ show. Not only is it a journey about trust and friendship, personal belief and change, but it also incorporates so many catchy songs which the students loved learning. Directing this show was an enjoyable experience; I was able to take this story and conjure up all sorts of creative scenes, props, and movements for our young thespians. Monica’s expertise was only ever a phone call or message away, and we appreciated the extra effort taken to remaster soundtracks and the changes she made in the script. It was an incredible pleasure to work with Monica. We were lucky enough that she was able to travel south to watch our interpretation of her Maui story, the children got a kick out of meeting the writer and loved hearing her positive feedback.
Absolutely Recommend Monica Moore Productions, Linda Miller - Teacher and Director
Thank you so much Monica for everything and for creating such a wonderful production that the cast and the audiences LOVED so much. I loved the experience I had in this production and the faith that Monica had in me to play a lead role even though I had not been on stage before. Being part of this amazing production made me realise the passion and the talent I have for performing arts. High School Blues opened doors for me as I have gone on to study Performing Arts at tertiary level. High School Blues will always be with me and is the reason why I’m the person I am today. This show gave me the opportunity to find something that I loved doing. I found a whole new world.
Shauntelle Jones, Senior High School Student, Marcellin College, Auckland New Zealand
The children have loved every minute Monica! Being in the Great Adventure has given me the opportunity to showcase my God given talents. I am honoured that I was a part of something special, something I’ve never tried before. It’s changed my life, it’s taught me that my peers will be with me throughout the show knowing we have have each other’s backs. This has been my first ever professional show. The experience of being in front of a supportive audience, being able to work together as a family to get through tough times. I’d like to thank the Director of it all Monica for making it all possible for us young talented students. We are truly blessed and thankful for your presence.