The Cube Wodonga Season launched to much fanfare on Saturday night with the line-up of shows released.
Wodonga is in store for another big year of entertainment, with 20 mind-blowing shows for audiences to choose from.
From dancing and drama to comedy and music, and everything in-between, this year’s line-up is filled with tear jerkers, barrels of laughs, jaw-dropping talent and performances that will have audiences talking about them long after the final curtain falls.
Team Leader Rebecca Bennell said The Cube Wodonga season would operate a little differently this year with shows going on sale six to eight weeks before performance.
“This is due to COVID,” she said.
“In the past 12 months, we have to had to cancel performances. Putting them on sale six to eight weeks out allows us to plan for changes, although nothing is guaranteed.
“We hope all out members and the community enjoy the line-up of shows.”
There are three family shows this year – 91 Storey Treehouse, Magic Beach and The Very Hungry Caterpillar – will will delight audiences both young and old.
PROJECTion Danxe return with Cinderella on April 17, Paper Swan and The Nutcracker. There will also be performances from the Murray Conservatorium and the Flying Fruit Fly Circus.
To see the full season, visit The Cube Wodonga.