IT'S time to dust off your leather jackets, slick back your hair and get into the '50s groove for Holroyd Musical and Dramatic Society's Grease production.
The local troupe's rendition of the stage and screen classic will run for a limited season at the Redgum Centre, Wentworthville, from Friday, September 13.
The production will have audiences bopping along to familiar songs such as Greased Lightning, Summer Nights, Hopelessly Devoted to You, You're the One That I Want and Beauty School Dropout.
Hammondville resident, Christina Moylan will play Marty from the Pink Ladies.
The 21 year old said she had been longing to star in Grease for some time.
"Grease has always been a show that I've wanted to do," she said.
"It's fun and I've wanted to play Marty.
"It's bit of a challenging role because I'm not a strong singer and I have to sing.
"My mum used to put it on all the time, so I've grown up watching it."
Miss Moylan said the production had a few twists and audiences were in for a treat.
"It's a little bit different compared to the movie," she said. "It has the same storyline but just mixed.
"You'll find that the Pink Ladies and the Greasers have their own stories in the show and you get to know their characters a bit more.
The society will donate 10 per cent of all profits from the production to the Cancer Council's Pink Ribbon Campaign.
Tickets cost $30 adults, $25 concession and $20 for children. Group bookings are available.
To book, phone 0497 051 798, or visit tinyurl .com/pg7tre2.
Performances will be held during September: Friday, 13th, at 8pm; Saturday, 14th, at 2pm and 8pm; Sunday, 15th, at 2pm; Friday, 20th, at 8pm; Saturday, 21st, at 2pm and 8pm; and Sunday, 22nd, at 2pm.