Starring John Wood
HEROES is an Arts and Health Initiative for healthier communities. This live theatre event delivers a range of health and mental health messages, whilst portraying the hilarious and hapless adventures of the staff at Drummers Hardware Store. Previously produced by The Other Theatre Company and directed by Miguel de Oliviera, the production featured the stunning talents of lead actor John Wood and the Wodonga Calisthenics Academy dancers. The production also featured a brilliant large scale industrial set depicting the interior of Drummers and an actual life-size Jaguar car. HEROES was the genesis of Carpe Diem Mental Health Play.
Some of the talented actors who have performed in HEROES.
Centre Stage Scripts is proud to work with such a dynamic, talented and fabulous team of actors.
“Excellent performance! So worthwhile. Thank you and keep up the great work!”
“Thank you so much. You have inspired me to see my GP tomorrow and to take more notice of what is happening to others. Thanks a million!”
“Woooooooo! Yeah! Let’s continue to encourage men to discuss their feelings and not let it manifest into anger. Maybe it’s time for sadness.”
“Informative, entertaining. Thank you for making mental health okay. And it’s okay to talk especially if you are a bloke!!”
“Really nice mix of covering serious issues whilst keeping it humorous. Very entertaining!!”
“In the moment. True to home current environment. Need more of this in country communities.”
“Well done. My ex-husband had a breakdown and wouldn’t get help or share his pain with anyone.”
“Loved it! Thank you for sharing this work. Q&A very insightful. The characters are so real, like talking to my dad! Wish I could have told more people about it.”
“Loved it! Portrayed men’s view of depression and seeking help beautifully. Showing how you can get to a positive place was fantastic. Thank you.”
“Eye opening. Very truthful towards serious issues.”
“HITS THE TARGET PERFECTLY! KEEP THIS GOING!”
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