The story of an ex-rock star whose computer generated experimentations come to life will be the first production in a year for Studio Space Inclusive Arts.
Studio Space is supported by St.Giles, and the production will see chief executive Andrew Billing step up as narrator.
"Five wig changes and a lot of fun for me," he said.
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Artistic director Gerard Lane said the 25 performers had been waiting a long time to bring the hilarious production to a live audience.
"Cast ages range from five to 65 and the whole thing is a real hoot - and it's family friendly,'' Mr Lane said.
The show will be held today at the University of Tasmania campus, in Newnham, at 2pm and 4.30pm.
Tickets to the show are $10 and free for those under 18. They are available via trybooking.
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