You can download a printable version of the program (PDF file, 3.5MB) here: Programme_for_print.
|Kate Scholes||Mary, Lola|
|Cristina Moise||Theresa, Cristal|
|Liesl Penkler||Meryl, Winsome|
|Christophe Millet||Gérald the Pianist|
|Elif Bilge Kavun||Stage manager|
|Julie Spanswick||Stage assistant|
|Mattias Carlborg||Light and sound operator|
|Daniel Plappert||Lighting design, composer (Zoe’s songs)|
|Kate Scholes||Director, logo design, costumes and wigs, social media|
|Jen Blastorah||Social media planning|
|Maddox Pratt||Artwork and poster|
|Pascal Schwinn||Producer, PR and marketing|
Mary’s teacher, Mr Burbridge:
Zoe’s superfans waiting for the concert to start:
Adriane Richter, Alian Leiva, Alma Forsyth, Elif Bilge Kavun, Helen Bannatyne, Kate Scholes, Katrin Fegert, Liesl Penkler, Mattias Carlborg, Scott Holland
About the play
BOOM! The BOMBSHELLS are in the room!
Mary, the teenager desperate to win the school talent show.
Theresa, the blushing bride-to-be getting ready for her wedding.
Meryl, the exhausted mum who just wants some peace and quiet.
Tiggy, the abandoned wife who seeks solace in caring for cacti.
Zoe, the washed-out diva on her comeback tour.
Winsome, the widow who gets more than she bargained for when she does some charity work.
Take a hilarious peek into the lives of our six BOMBSHELLS – they’ll blow your socks off!
Special thanks to
Susan Voight, Tilman Buntz, the Fuchs family, Tom Hafner and Heiko Dietz
We miss you
Esther, Luiza and Meg, Erik and Manuel
With grateful thanks to the following artists for their music:
To get you in the mood, we played:
– Former by ComaStudio
– Feel Good by Music for Videos
– For Elevator Jazz Music by Music Unlimited
(all via pixabay.com)
So that you couldn’t hear the cast noisily banging around backstage while our lovely stage managers were moving furniture, we played:
Jazzy Inquisitors by Lisa Hammer via FMA (Free Music Archive)
CC BY 4.0
And when it was time to say our goodbyes, we swayed and waved to:
Energetic Upbeat Vintage Funky Dance Groove – Sound Gallery By Dmitry Taras
7–9, 14–16 & 21–23 July 2023, 19:00
at the Theatron, Westpark