Getting down and booging in the outback
BLUE Gum Farm TV is bringing its multi-award winning concert series to Biloela, with a brand new show, The Outback Boogie.
Since the first series release in 2015 it has captivated kids because there's a real need for an Outback education show, according to owner and creator Cilla Pershouse.
"I think the content and quality of the children's show is just as important as any musical theatre show for adults,” she said.
Accompanying the Biloela show will be a special workshop, which Ms Pershouse said is a great chance for kids to learn directly from the crew.
"The performers coming with the troop are trained and professional music theatre performers,” Ms Pershouse said.
"It's a really great opportunity for kids that are interested or a bit curious about theatre to get involved.”
Ms Pershouse has always had a passion for the country, being a fourth generation grazier, born and raised in the Queensland outback.
"That's where my passion lies, making farmers cool,” she said.
"The kids in the city love it cause it's a novelty but the kids in the bush love it cause its familiar, it's celebrating their life.”
Ms Pershouse promises fans her Biloela show will be bigger and better than
The Blue Gum Farm TV crewrelish the opportunity of performing in regional places like Biloela.
"It's very different going to regional places and performing for the people there because I think they're much more appreciative and it's something they don't often get to be apart of,” Ms Pershouse said.
"As a performer that's very rewarding because you can see what your doing is having an impact on people and making a difference in lighting up someone's
Blue Gum Farm TV's Biloela concert kicks off from 10am, June 27, at the Biloela Civic Centre. Other venues include Poppy Hayden Hall, Moura State School 3:30pm, June 27, Taroom Town Hall 10am, June 28 and Theodore RSL Hall 3:30pm, June 28.