Gang war at Trinity

Trinity student Joseph Witt plays a gang member in Trinty Catholic Colleges upcoming production of The Outsiders. This famous novel by S E Hinton (written when she was 16) is about gang wars in a small US town in the 60s.

It was turned into a film by Francis Ford Coppola and is now a musical adapted to the stage by two local writers, Darryl Chute and Angela Martin, some 20 years ago.

Directed by Peter Derrett and Genevieve Lewis, The Outsiders is the latest in a 12-year history of fine productions from Trinity.

The Outsiders will hit the stage at the Champagnat Centre in Hindmarsh Street, Lismore, from Thursday to Saturday, February 1-3, at 7pm (plus a 2pm matinee on the Saturday).

Tickets are $15/10 and available from Caddies (6621 7709) and Trinity College St Marys site (6621 8155).

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