TICKETS TO COSI ON SALE NOW!
ONE WEEK TO GO - LIMITED TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE!
New this season: choose from allocated floor/tiered seating. .
COSI is set in in Australia in 1971 inside a Melbourne psychiatric facility. The patients are preparing a performance of Mozart's famous comic opera, Cosi Fan Tutte. Lewis, their novice director has his work cut out for him as unfortunately no one can act, sing or speak Italian!
COSI is filled with delightful, outrageous characters battling their demons to produce something quite exceptional. It’s a timely reminder that whatever challenges we face, with community, connection and love, we can achieve amazing things. It’s a must-see. It will definitely make you laugh - and more!
An uplifting riotous hit comedy about madness, art, love and life.
COVID-19 UPDATE: COSI is proceeding at COVID Level 2. Seating will be adjusted slightly to allow for adequate social distancing - check with our front of house team on arrival to confirm your exact ticket location.
There will be no food and beverage service available however patrons are welcome to bring their own picnic and glassware if they wish.
Main Cast (L-R):
Roy: David Oakley / Henry: David Cantwell
Lewis: Nathan Cook / Interviewer: Fi Bracken
Nick: Marty Newell / Zac: Mike Legge
Patient: Tess MacTaggart / Lucy: Kate Wilkins
Ruth: Sarah Barham / Julie: Olivia Glynn
Doug: Taylor Barrett / Justine: Phena Byrne
Cherry: Victoria Keating
+ Director: Blaise Barham
Shannon Pennefather / Charmaine Strickland
Maxence Benoist / Krista Strode / Tess MacTaggart
Guillaume Henry / Marie Dorin / Angus Pettigrew
Zoe Barham / Lyall McGregor / Fiona Bracken
Rachel Rose / Sue Harcombe / Jane Robertson
+ Director Blaise Barham
Thank you to our amazing sponsors who help make this show possible
If you'd like to be involved our production, get in touch!
We still have space on our Front of House team.