A HOMEGROWN family show will blast off at HotHouse during the July school holidays.
The Last Boy on Earth first came to life last year in a tiny converted Op Shop at Yackandandah.
Now HotHouse Theatre will join Yackandandah Young Players to bring a new version of the show to the Butter Factory Theatre in Wodonga.
Written and directed by Yackandandah playwright Brendan Hogan, The Last Boy on Earth is a funny and gutsy play about sustainability, humanity and the future of our planet.
It fittingly speaks to the concerns of the Yackandandah community, and its championing of environmental sustainability and change for the better.
Young Yackandandah actors Connor Wall, Alexandra Mason, Aya McInerney and Henry Rotherham put in polished performances.
They are joined on stage by musician and composer Ben Gallagher.
OTHER ENTERTAINMENT NEWS:
In 2043, The Last Boy on Earth, Sprout is living on what is left of the dump that is now Planet Earth.
When he activates an old mobile phone, its virtual assistant alerts Planet Google to him.
Officials from Planet Google, arrive to find out how Sprout is still alive. They try to capture him and take him away from Earth, but Sprout has other ideas.
The Last Boy on Earth is a sophisticated and entertaining family show.
Suitable for humans aged eight earth years and up.
WHAT: The Last Boy on Earth, Butter Factory Theatre, Wodonga
WHEN: Tuesday, July 9, 7pm, Wednesday, July 10, 1pm, Thursday, July 11, 1pm, Friday, July 12, 7pm, Saturday, July 13, 1pm and 7pm
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