CLASSIC PLAY: The Young Theatricals, or YTs, present Hating Alison Ashley from November 6-8.
CLASSIC PLAY: The Young Theatricals, or YTs, present Hating Alison Ashley from November 6-8. Contributed

Youth explore ‘hating’

EVERY awkward teenager has experienced it at some stage in their lives.

That jealously of the "perfect" girl or guy who seems to be able to do everything so flawlessly.

Those feelings will be played out on stage when Ipswich Little Theatre Young Theatricals present Hating Alison Ashley this weekend.

Hating Alison Ashley tells the story of Erica Yurken, a melodramatic teenager who becomes jealous of a wealthy new student at her high school.

After a series of adventures, misunderstandings and plenty of embarrassing moments, the two girls become close friends.

The play, written by Robin Klein and directed by Liz Ball and Rebecca Noble, will be performed at the Incinerator Theatre on Burley Griffin Dr on Friday at 7pm, Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2pm.

Entry is by gold coin donation at the door.

For more information, phone 3281 4437 or visit ipswichlittletheatre. com.au.



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