WYONG Musical Theatre Company's production of the musical Grease must finish this Sunday, December 1.
The energetic production is enjoying a successful season at The Grove Theatre, in Wyong, and there are just four performances remaining.
You can catch the feel-good show on Friday, November 29, at 7.30pm; on Saturday, November 30, at 12.30pm and 7.30pm; and on Sunday, December 1 at 12.30pm.
Audience members who are familiar with the Grease movie will enjoy reliving the songs such as Grease is The Word, Hopelessly Devoted to You, Sandy, You're the One That I Want, and Greased Lightning.
But this production also features songs from the original musical which weren't included in the movie - and they help to keep it fresh for audience members who can recite every word of dialogue and every song lyric from the 1978 film.
Grease originally took to the stage in Chicago in 1971. It follows the story of greaser Danny Zuko and wholesome Sandy Dumbrowski during their last year of high school.
After spending the summer together, Danny and Sandy go their separate ways, only to be unwittingly reunited at Rydell High.
With Danny's tough boy image on the line, he cruelly casts Sandy aside.
Heart-broken and alone, Sandy is welcomed into the Pink Ladies group, which includes Rizzo, Jan, Frenchy, Marty and the newest addition, Josie.
Danny, and his pals, Kenickie and the T-birds - Roger, Sonny, Doody and the newest member, Archie - set out to dominate Rydell, eager for their final year to be over.
Director Natalie Eva has adapted the script to bring the audience a fresh mash-up of a classic musical with a 2019 twist.
Jaylah Nakhoul's choreography is impressive, but it's the energy and infectious humour of the young cast that keeps the audience smiling long after the reprise.
Tickets ($25) for the final performances are selling fast.
To purchase tickets, book online at wmtc.com.au or phone 1300 366 470.