May 22nd through May 25th 2013 at DBS Arts Center, Robertson Quay.
This is the stage version of BBC’s TV’s hugely popular ‘Allo ‘Allo set in war torn France during the Second World War and follows the adventures of René, the hapless café owner. He and his wife, Edith, struggle to keep for themselves a priceless portrait stolen by the Nazis (fallen Madonna with the big boobies). They endeavor to repatriate two British airmen with the help of the Resistance. The Führer is to visit the town. René will need all the wit he can muster to save his café and his life!
Director Sarah Mitchell moved to Singapore as a trailing spouse two years ago from the USA. She joined The Stage Club to support her theatre addiction. She is originally from the UK and has acted up in Pantomimes since the age of four. She played Michelle the “leader of the resistance” for Chesham Theatre Club, Buckinghamshire. It was the first licensed amateur production of the show. Her mother played Edith. Fond memories of the show and other Stageclub members keenness to produce the show here encouraged her to direct this Asian premier!
She was Production Director for Centerstage North Theatre in Marietta, Georgia for fifteen years; producing five plays and a musical every year; she also appears on the boards regularly (mostly in the British comedies as her southern accent is rubbish). Directing children’s theatre and musicals also kept her busy and out of mischief. She is delighted to be working with such an international cast and crew.