From Broadway to Ballroom

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From Broadway to Ballroom 

The stunning combination of ballroom, opera and classic favourite melodies in From Broadway to Ballroom will take the audience to new heights and keep them on the edge of their seats. Broadway to Ballroom From A glittering fusion of musical theatre, opera and dance. From its romantic atmospheric beginning to its light-hearted ending tribute to Australia’s favourite dance movie: Strictly Ballroom’s Love is in the Air – this is a show not to be missed.

Atmospheric dappled lighting, gently billowing mist and flowing white gowns set the mood for From Broadway to Ballroom’s spectacular opening number of Everything I Do, I Do it For You. Rhett and Emma’s graceful dancing perfectly complements the sweeping orchestral version of the classic ballad.
From Broadway to Ballroom’s is a stunningly beautiful show with a spectacular fusion of ballroom dancing, song and Liza’s and Emma’s multitude of sparkling and glamorous costumes and gowns. An unforgettable and vibrant performance, captivating audiences both young and old with beautiful voices and spectacular dance routines. Songs include Crazy Little Thing Called Love, The Phantom of the Opera’s beautiful All I Ask of You, the haunting Bring Him Home from Les Miserables, the romantic Merry Widow Waltz by Franz Lehar, the exhilarating Puccini’s Nessun Dorma from Turandot, My Fair Lady’s I Could have Danced All Night, the stirring You Raise Me Up and operatic arias from Rigoletto and La Traviata by Verdi.
Emma and Rhett’s world class dancing includes Jive, Tango, Quickstep, Waltz and more. A member of the original cast of Cameron McIntosh’s The Phantom of the Opera in Melbourne, Liza has performed with the Grand Opera at the Sydney Opera House and toured England as an operatic soloist. Lachlan too has been much in demand as an operatic event singer, having performed in Germany, China, Malaysia, Singapore and every state and major city in Australia including a role of Jean val Jean in Les Miserables.

Running Time: 2hrs 30mins, including interval |  Audience Advice: Suitable for all ages.

Producer: Liza Beamish | Co-Producer Christine Harris and HIT Productions.

26 – 28 October 2017
Thursday 26 October – 8pm
Friday 27 October – 8pm
Saturday 28 October – 2pm & 8pm
Tickets:
Non-Subscriber Tickets:

Adult: $52.00
Concession & Groups 8+: $47.00
Children (2 – 16 years): $25.00

Subscriber Tickets:
Adult: $42.00
Concession: $37.00
Q-Club:

Adult: $47.00
Concession: $42.00


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