Since 1950 The South Coast Choral and Arts Society (SCCAS) has been providing Victor Harbor and the South Coast with musical, drama and choral performances. Hundreds of community members have connected on-stage, off-stage, behind the scenes and as part of the Choral Group. Audiences have been delighted with community and state award-winning productions like Oliver, The Wizard of Oz and Jesus Christ Superstar.
One of the world’s most iconic and longest-running musicals, Les Misérables comes to the Victor Harbor stage in 2018. Tickets on sale Febuary 2018.
It's behind you! In October 2017, SCCAS presents a brand new pantomime: A comedy mashup of The Pirates of Penzance and Cinderella.
SCCAS's May 2017 production of Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd has been nominated for ATG Curtain Call Awards 'Best Amateur Musical' 2017.
ATG Award winning actor, Robert Bell, presents his directing debut: Pippin. Featuring music by Stephen Schwartz and original choreographed by Bob Fosse, Pippin is a fun filled story about a young prince finding his place in life.
With an all-female Production Team, My Fair Lady marks the 60th anniversary of the show first being performed on Broadway, and SCCAS's first performance.
In October 2015 SCCAS produced their very first pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk. Directed by Jonathan Ogilvie.
In May 2015, JJ Geelen directed Andrew Lloyd Webber's Jesus Christ Superstar. Staring Robert Bell, Penny Smith and Zoe Tammita, JCS was nominated for 3 ATG Curtain Call Awards, winning 'Best Male Performance'.
SCCAS produced The Wizard of Oz in 2014. Directed by JJ Geelen, it starred Kathryn Adams as Dorothy and Jenny Penny as the Wicked Witch.
In 2013 Danielle Johnstone directed Hotel Sorrento by Australian playwright Hannie Rayson.