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Victoria Discovers was invited to attended the opening night of Fab Nobs sensational production of Heathers.

The scene opens in the corridors of Westerberg, an american High School in 1989. A place where for 17 year old senior students, popularity and being seen with the right crowd is all that matters. But could it really be worth killing for…

This dark comedy was able to shock, humor and delight the audience through the sensational direction and choreography of Felicity Bender. Though a special mention has to be made of the slow motion ‘fight scene’ between Jason ‘JD’ Dean (Dylan Mazurek), Kurt Kelly (Luca Cirillo) and Ram Sweeney (Nathan Arnold). Which can only be described as a hysterical ‘matrix’ live on stage. An impeccable example of strong acting abilities and high quality stage direction working perfectly to produce a brilliant peice of theatrical entertainment. Absolute Brilliance !!!!

The fabulous ‘Heathers’; Heather Duke (Emily Kay) and Heather McNamara (Sarah Ginsberg) were able to reach depths of both confidence and vulnerability. Allowing the audience to both love and hate them at the same time. With special mention to the beautiful solo of Lifeboat performed by Ginsberg.

It takes a very extraordinary actress to be able to bring out the ultimate diva and villian of the show that is the character of Heather Chandler (Kate Trickey). Trickey’s amazing stage presence, talent and vocals brought the character to life (or should we say death)…

Though it was leading lady Veronica Sawyer (Elise Cavallo) that stole the hearts of the audience as she took us through the struggle of being a poor tormented teenager, feeling confused by social morals, social acceptance, popularity and of course the first love. Another incredible performance by yet another incredible performer of this multi-talented cast.

Fab Nobs have once again reached new heights of sensational theatre that this incredible company continues to produce time and time again.

With a phenomenal cast and incredible crew, Heathers truly is a must see musical. Fully deserving of the standing ovation it recieved on opening night. Victoria Discovers is just relived we are no longer 17 and don’t have to attend high school, though it is of course ‘beautiful’…