THIS IS IRSC
Launching in 2023, The Isabella Rose Stage Company is committed to bringing the quality of city studios to the towns and communities of the Kingborough and Huon Valley regions.
To be the heart of the performing arts culture south of nipaluna/Hobart through engaging and expanding on the ever growing local scene.
To offer high-quality programs that nurture performers to a high technical and holistic standard comparative to national programs whilst embracing individuality and a distinct sense of community.
To balance the rigorous demands of professional training with a creative, caring and challenging environment where excellence can flourish.
A community hall is set with lighting and props for the first of two performances, on Friday night.
Family and friends of Ms Jury wait in costume for their moment on stage. Her mother, Louella, sits at the piano.
"We are putting on a production of Little Women, down here in the Huon Valley at Glen Huon, as my 21st birthday," Ms Jury says.
"Who does that?"
Ms Jury laughs and quickly follows with another comment: "Only me."
Tasmanian woman Holly Jury stages musical production of Little Women to celebrate 21st birthday, ABC Radio Hobart.
"Do a loony-goony dance
'Cross the kitchen floor,
Put something silly in the world
That ain't been there before."
Shel Silverstein, A Light in the Attic