“This is what Shakespeare should be.”
The Sydney Morning Herald
After two years of COVID-19 shutdowns, Bell Shakespeare will revive their popular 2020 production of Hamlet for their first season of 2022. Opening at Sydney Opera House from 4 March – 2 April, the production will then travel for the first time to Canberra Theatre Centre from 7 – 16 April and Arts Centre Melbourne from 28 April – 8 May.
Opening in March 2020 to rave reviews before closing shortly after due to lockdown, then cancelled in 2021 when another lockdown was announced, Bell Shakespeare’s Hamlet finally makes it to the stage for a full run in 2022.
Directed by Bell Shakespeare Artistic Director Peter Evans with Harriet Gordon-Anderson reprising her role as the Danish prince, Shakespeare’s seminal revenge tragedy is reimagined for contemporary audiences, transporting them to a wintery Denmark in the 1960s. Inside the glamorous court, a family is torn apart by murder and betrayal. Outside, with snow softly falling on the stage, a country is threatened by Norway. And at the centre of this struggle is a young man’s grief for a murdered father.
Peter Evans, Artistic Director of Bell Shakespeare, said: “The response we received in 2020 to this play and all the work that has gone into it since, we really weren’t prepared to give up on this production and hope that third time’s the charm! We can’t wait for audiences to get the chance to see the play, and Harriet Gordon-Anderson’s extraordinary performance as Hamlet.
“Hamlet is an astonishing work of art, imbued with both comedy and tragedy, love and loss, and was the first work Bell Shakespeare ever staged. My hope is we can all find ourselves in the ideas of this play, not the cultural specificity, not in the period it was written or the period of the production, but in the experience of longing, of grief, of delight, of pain, of being a parent, of being a child, and perhaps, if I may be so bold, of being,” continued Mr Evans.
Alongside Gordon-Anderson, Bell Shakespeare Founding Artistic Director John Bell’s daughter Lucy Bell will take up the role of Hamlet’s mother Gertrude. Joining them on stage will be Jeremi Campese, Eleni Cassimatis, Ray Chong Nee, Jack Crumlin, James Evans, Jane Mahady, Robert Menzies, Rose Riley and Jacob Warner.
The creative team includes Designer Anna Tregloan, Lighting Designer Ben Cisterne, Composer and Sound Designer Max Lyandvert, Movement and Fight Director Nigel Poulton, Voice and Text Coach Jess Chambers and Dramaturg James Evans.
Hamlet will be presented in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra:
· Playhouse, Sydney Opera House
4 March – 2 April 2022
· The Playhouse, Canberra Theatre Centre
7– 16 April 2022
· Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre Melbourne
28 April – 8 May 2022
Photo Credit: Brett Boardman
AS BROADWAY AND WEST END STARS SHARE THE
SPOTLIGHT WITH AUSTRALIA’S LEADING LIGHTS
The Australian Ballet and GWB Entertainment today announced that charismatic Broadway and West End leads Robert Fairchild and Leanne Cope will reprise their show-stopping turns as the American GI Jerry Mulligan and the young Parisian dancer Lise Dassin in Australia in An American In Paris, with two of the country’s leading lights Cameron Holmes and Dimity Azoury from The Australian Ballet, to alternate in the lead roles.
The four-time Tony Award®-winning Broadway musical, based on the classic movie with music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin, features an outstanding Australian cast and ensemble drawn from the worlds of musical theatre and ballet, including theatre royalty Anne Wood as Madame Baurel, David Whitney (The Merry Widow, West Side Story on Sydney Harbour) as Monsieur Baurel, Ashleigh Rubenach (Cry-Baby, Muriel’s Wedding: The Musical) as Milo Davenport, Jonathan Hickey (Sweeney Todd, Aspects of Love) as Adam Hochberg, and Sam Ward (The Ten Tenors, Jesus Christ Superstar) as Henri Baurel.
Audiences in Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney will have a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience the extraordinary talents of Robert Fairchild, Leanne Cope, Cameron Holmes and Dimity Azoury as they take to the stage in this buoyant, beautiful and breathtaking production from January 2022, with tickets in all states on sale from Thursday 11 November.
Robert Fairchild made his Tony Award®-nominated Broadway debut in 2015 in An American In Paris, and then reprised it in London’s West End. He was awarded the Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Theater World, National Dance and Astaire Award for this performance and was nominated for the Evening Standard and Drama League Awards. From 2009 to 2017, Fairchild performed as a Principal Dancer with the New York City Ballet.
Leanne Cope is a British Tony and Grammy Award-nominated dancer and actor and originated the role of Lise Dassin in the Broadway and West End productions of An American in Paris. She began her career at the Royal Ballet, where she was First Artist, after graduating from the Royal Ballet School.
Cameron Holmes started dancing at the age of three at his mother’s dance school, Donna Jean’s Danceforce and performed as Young Billy in Billy Elliot the Musical when he was eight years old. He progressed to full-time ballet training at Tanya Pearson’s Classical Coaching Academy in 2016 and joined The Australian Ballet in 2018. He first performed with The Australian Ballet in its 2017/18 season of Storytime Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty.
Dimity Azoury is one of Australia’s prima ballerinas – she is a Principal Artist of The Australian Ballet and regularly performs leading roles with the company. A graduate of The Australian Ballet School in 2005, she was accepted into The Australian Ballet in 2008, and has performed across Australia as well as travelling with the company to Paris, London, New York, Japan, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Dimity was promoted to Soloist in 2015 following her debut as Baroness von Rothbart in Graeme Murphy’s Swan Lake, to senior artist in 2017 and to Principal Artist in 2019.
A golden girl of music theatre, Anne Wood has dozens of roles to her name after beginning her career in the original Melbourne production of Cats. She also spent three years playing the lead role of Donna in Mamma Mia! David Whitney’s numerous music theatre credits include The Merry Widow, West Side Story on Sydney Harbour, My Fair Lady, Funny Girl, Fiddler on the
Roof, Rock of Ages, Man of La Mancha, Sunset Boulevard, The Producers, Cabaret, The Phantom of the Opera, A Chorus Line, The Wizard of Oz, Chess and Little Shop of Horrors. Ashleigh Rubenach won Best Female Actor at the Sydney Theatre Awards for her role in Cry-Baby for Hayes Theatre Co/LPD, and has appeared in Anything Goes, My Fair Lady, The Sound of Music and Muriel’s Wedding: The Musical.
Jonathan Hickey most recently played Tobias in TEG’s 40th anniversary production of Sweeney Todd. He has also appeared in Hayes Theatre’s The Fantasticks and Aspects of Love along with multiple productions for Opera Queensland. Sam Ward has toured with Platinum-selling group The Ten Tenors in Australia and internationally for the past few years. He made his professional debut in 2017 in The Production Company’s Jesus Christ Superstar, and then toured Europe and the Caribbean in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, playing the role of Frank.
Director and choreographer, Christopher Wheeldon said: “Auditioning for An American In Paris has been a revelation of the wealth of top-level talent in Australia and I feel blessed with the choices we have been able to make in casting the show – never an easy task. This is a truly wonderful group of performers to bring the production to the stage.
“And to be able to bring Robbie Fairchild and Leanne Cope back to reprise their roles from Paris, Broadway and the West End alongside the superb Australian Ballet duo of Dimity Azoury and Cameron Holmes is the absolute icing on this beautiful cake.”
Leanne Cope said: “This is a very special show and I feel privileged to bring Lise Dassin to Australia. I’ve never been before and I’m really looking forward to meeting everyone and starting rehearsals. Get me on that plane as soon as possible!”
Robert Fairchild said: “I’ve gotten to be part of this show from the beginning, from Paris, to Broadway, to London and to now take it to Australia is incredible. I can’t wait to share this magical show.”
Dimity Azoury said:“After 14 years with The Australian Ballet, I’m excited to step away for a time and into the musical theatre world with this acclaimed production – what an exciting, enriching opportunity.”
Cameron Holmes said: “I’m so thrilled to be performing in An American in Paris – it combines my two passions of ballet and theatre. The role of Jerry is so unique and challenging and I can’t wait to make my debut.”
The 33 strong ensemble is comprised of exceptionally talented dancers, singers and actors including Annie Stanford, Mitchell Mahony, Christina Gibbs, Rachael Ward, Chloe Malek, Amba Fewster, James MacAlpine, Rose Shannon Duhigg, Joe Miller, Edward Smith, Joe Meldrum, Francis Lawrence, Sarah Bourke, Lilyana Lloyd, Olivia Castagna, Eli Cooper, Sydney Patterson, Emma Whitefield, Thomas Norman and Emily Corkeron.
Corey Herbert, Jasmin Durham and Jake Mangakahia from The Australian Ballet will all make their music theatre debuts in the production, hailed as a tour de force for its inventive choreography.
“Gorgeous, just plain gorgeous! Just about everything in this happily
dance-drunk show moves with a spring in its step. Pure joy!” - The New York Times
The musical won four 2015 Tony Awards including Best Choreography for Christopher Wheeldon, four Drama Desk Awards, four Outer Critics Circle Awards, the Drama League Award for Best Musical, three Chita Rivera Awards and two Theatre World Awards. It was also included on the ‘Year’s Best’ lists of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Entertainment Weekly, The New Yorker, the Associated Press and The Hollywood Reporter.
With a book by Pulitzer Prize finalist Craig Lucas, Tony Award-winner Bob Crowley’s swoon-worthy set and costume design, drawing inspiration from some of France’s most famous artists, Tony Award-winner Natasha Katz’s brilliant lighting designs and astonishing projections by 59 Productions (also Tony Winners for their work on this production), An American In Paris opened to widespread critical acclaim at the Palace Theatre on Broadway in April 2015 after its world premiere at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris. It has since gone on to tour London’s West End, Tokyo and Beijing.
The musical score is adapted, arranged and supervised by Rob Fisher, with orchestrations by Christopher Austin, dance arrangements by Sam Davis, musical supervision by Todd Ellison, additional orchestrations by Don Sebesky and Bill Elliott and musical direction by Vanessa Scammell. The Australian production will be realised by Hannah Ryan (Australian Staging), Sean Kelly (Principal Dance Director) and Stuart Winter (Associate Choreographer) with sound design by Kelvin Gedye (System Sound).
An American In Paris is produced in Australia by GWB Entertainment, The Australian Ballet, Stuart Oken, Van Kaplan and Roy Furman by special arrangement with Elephant Eye Theatrical & Pittsburgh CLO and Théâtre du Châtelet.
“Ravishing! An enchanting and deeply moving experience.” – Variety
“I would beg, borrow or steal to see it again.” – The Financial Times
AUSTRALIAN TOUR DETAILS
Brisbane, QPAC’s Lyric Theatre from 8 to 30 January 2022
Adelaide, Her Majesty’s Theatre from 5 to 19 February 2022
Perth, Crown Theatre from 25 February to 12 March 2022
Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne, State Theatre from 18 March to 24 April 2022
Sydney, Theatre Royal Sydney from 29 April 2022
Tickets on sale now for Brisbane, with all other cities on sale from 9am ADST on Thursday 11 November via americaninparis.com.au
Photo Credit: Tristram Kenton
Producers Vivek J. Tiwary, Arvind Ethan David, Eva Price, Howard Panter for Trafalgar Entertainment and Torben Brookman for GWB Entertainment have confirmed that the Australian tour of JAGGED LITTLE PILL, the Grammy and Tony Award winning Broadway musical, inspired Alanis Morissette’s, ground-breaking album of the same name will open in Melbourne at the Comedy Theatre from January 2nd, after its exclusive limited season at Theatre Royal Sydney December 2nd- 19th.
Tickets on sale now at jaggedmusical.com
Multi award winner Natalie Bassingthwaighte (she/her) stars in the electrifying and inspiring Australian production of JAGGED LITTLE PILL in the lead role of Mary Jane Healy, alongside critically acclaimed film, TV and stage actor and recording artist, Tim Draxl (he/him) as Steve Healy. Making her musical theatre debut, Emily Nkomo (she/her) stars as Frankie Healy, and Queensland Conservatorium of Music graduate Liam Head (he/him) will play Nick Healy.
After originating the lead role of Muriel in Muriel’s Wedding the Musical, and recently performing in the US tour of Dear Evan Hansen Maggie McKenna (they/them) stars as Jo, with emerging stage and theatre performer Grace Miell (she/they) playing Bella and Phoenix is played by AYDAN (he/him) who has maintained a strong following after his appearance on The Voice and featured role as Harry in Fangirls.
Joining them will be the stellar ensemble cast Baylie Carson (they/she), Bella Choundary (she/her), Josh Gates (they/he), Matt Hamilton (he/him), Georgina Hopson (she/her), Marie Ikonomou (she/her), Caleb Jago-Ward (he/him), Jerome Javier (he/him), Giorgia Kennedy (she/her), Coby Njoroge (he/him), Noah Mullins (he/him), Isabella Roberts (she/her), Trevor Santos (he/him), Mon Vergara (they/them), Romy Vuksan (she/her) and Imani Williams (she/her).
Tony Award winning Director Diane Paulus said, “We are thrilled to welcome this incredible Australian company to the Jagged Little Pill family, led by the remarkable Natalie and Maggie. It was so special to have members of the Australian cast and creative team working with us on the ground in New York to begin our rehearsal process. I can’t wait for Australian audiences—the first beyond Broadway—to experience Alanis Morrisette’s electrifying music in this story about family and healing.”
Tim Draxl said of his casting, “I was introduced to Alanis Morrisette and Jagged Little Pill when I was a teenager through my older brother, and it truly was the album that took me from my jazz and musical theatre collection into the world of meaningfully written pop music. It was my road trip album of choice back then and now I am excited to be bringing those same songs to life in this important contemporary story with Nat Bass as my co-star and the rest of this incredible cast.”
“Oh my goodness I am beyond excited to be cast in my very first professional musical theatre production and none other than a Tony Award winning Broadway show like Jagged Little Pill! I love the character of Frankie so much. She's strong, complex, rebellious, and socially aware. I seriously can’t wait to get to embody her whilst performing some of Alanis Morissette’s best songs.”, Said Emily Nkomo.
Liam Head commented, “I’m so excited to be onstage, working with artists that I have watched and admired from the audience for so long. I cannot wait to jump into the rehearsal room and start developing the role of Nick, working off the brilliant cast and creatives around me. The soundtrack is amazing, the Tony award winning script is amazing, the creatives are amazing - It will certainly be a very full, and very rewarding experience.”
“As a non binary, queer human, there are not many roles that I audition for (let alone see on stage) that get to explore gender and sexual queerness. I was drawn to this role because Jo’s journey resonates with me, and I have experienced a lot of what Jo grapples with through the show. The conversations around this role have been incredibly important and needed. We need theatre to be an inclusive, safe and inviting space for everyone. I stand with my trans and GNC sibs and I am proud and honoured to be a part of this community. Our voices are needed in this space right now. We deserve to be seen, heard and represented and I feel very privileged that through this opportunity, I will get to use my voice as I step into the role of Jo in Jagged Little Pill.”, said Maggie McKenna
“We are thrilled that in the same week that our Broadway production returns for live performances, we are also announcing our talented and diverse Australian cast and beginning rehearsals in Sydney. We can’t wait for audiences in Australia to see this story of radical honesty, radical forgiveness and radical inclusion.”, said producers Vivek J. Tiwary, Arvind Ethan David and Eva Price.
Inspired by the seminal rock album of the same name by seven-time Grammy Award winner Alanis Morissette, JAGGED LITTLE PILL is an “electrifying, visceral and stunning” (The Hollywood Reporter) new musical with an original story about a perfectly imperfect American family, written by Tony and Academy Award-winner Diablo Cody (Juno, Tully). Ignited by Morissette’s groundbreaking lyrics and music – from beloved hits such as “You Oughta Know,” “Head Over Feet,” “Hand In My Pocket,” and “Ironic”, to brand new songs written for the show – JAGGED LITTLE PILL is directed by Tony Award winner Diane Paulus (Waitress, Pippin). Through explosive choreography by Tony Award nominee and frequent Beyoncé collaborator Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui (“Apesh*t”; “Love Drought/Sandcastles” Live at The Grammys), and the raw power of an onstage band under the Musical Supervision, Orchestrations and Arrangements of Grammy, Tony and Pulitzer Prize winner Tom Kitt (Next to Normal, American Idiot), this emphatic new musical creates a spellbinding experience that “vaults the screaming audience to its collective feet” (The Guardian).
The story of JAGGED LITTLE PILL centres around the Healy’s, a seemingly perfect suburban family striving to hide the cracks beneath the surface when a troubling event shakes their community. Driven by the themes and emotions of the original album, the musical embraces today’s powerful social voice and burns with passion in its uplifting storytelling, ultimately highlighting the hope and healing that comes when people come together.
Released on June 13, 1995, the tremendous success of Alanis Morissette’s album Jagged Little Pill skyrocketed her to become the bestselling international debut artist in history; a title she still holds, with the record’s sales reaching 33 million copies worldwide and winning 5 Grammy Awards. Now, 25 years after its release, Jagged Little Pill continues to be one of the Top 20 Best-Selling Albums of All Time. In Australia, the album has sold in excess of one million albums, is certified 2 x Diamond, spent 10 weeks at #1 and was the highest selling album in 1996. With 10 eclectic and acclaimed albums released over the subsequent years, Morissette’s music has garnered 7 Grammy Awards (with 14 nominations), a Golden Globe nomination, and total sales of over 60 million albums.
JAGGED LITTLE PILL opened on Broadway in December 2019 following its record-breaking, sold-out world premiere at the American Repertory Theater. Fans and critics were unapologetic with their love for the musical and are now awaiting its triumphant post Covid Broadway return on October 21st. Its success continued throughout the pause with a 2021 Grammy Award win for the Best Musical Theatre Album released through Atlantic Records and scooping the pool with 15 Tony Award nominations and winning 2 awards including Best Book of a Musical for Diablo Cody and Best featured Actress in a Musical for Lauren Patten.
The Australasian premiere of JAGGED LITTLE PILL in Sydney is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW and Destination NSW.
NSW Minister for Tourism Stuart Ayres said “The Australian premiere of JAGGED LITTLE PILL at Sydney’s newly refurbished Theatre Royal is a significant coup for Sydney. The NSW Government is focused on investing in world-class events to deliver on our goal of becoming the premier visitor economy in the Asia Pacific, and bringing this production to Sydney is yet another sign that Sydney is open for business and we’re welcoming visitors to enjoy our city’s cultural offerings and hospitality. Productions like JAGGED LITTLE PILL are a major contributor to the NSW visitor economy, and with so much to see and experience there has never been a better time to start planning your next visit to Sydney.”
JAGGED LITTLE PILL ACCOLADES
“JAGGED LITTLE PILL SETS A NEW STANDARD FOR OTHER MUSICALS TO ASPIRE TO…”
“CRITIC’S PICK! REDEMPTIVE, ROUSING AND REAL…It stands alongside the original musicals that have sustained the best hopes of Broadway."
“JAGGED LITTLE PILL BURNS WITH PASSION. The tears welled up in my eyes, then spilled onto my cheeks… this musical is essential medicine that must be swallowed and enjoyed so we can be cured. I want to see it again and again.”
“THRILLING, ELECTRIFYING AND URGENT. Hats off to writer Diablo Cody and director Diane Paulus for weaving a narrative that speaks directly to the messy reality of American life.”
“JAGGED LITTLE PILL IS A SHOW YOU WANT TO SHOUT ABOUT! It feels very much of the moment - this moment.”
“Alanis Morissette’s anthems are now for the ages. Visually interpreted in Jagged Little Pill with an ABSORBING INTIMACY AND INGENUITY, THEY REACH DOWN TO OUR DEEPEST, RAWEST SELVES. REGARDLESS OF WHO WE ARE."
The Tony-nominated JAGGED LITTLE PILL creative team also includes Scenic Designer Riccardo Hernandez (Parade), Costume Designer Emily Rebholz (Dear Evan Hansen), Lighting Designer Justin Townsend (Moulin Rouge!), Sound Designer Jonathan Deans (Waitress), and Video Designer Lucy Mackinnon (Spring Awakening); alongside Hair, Wig, and Make-up Designer J. Jared Janas (Sunset Boulevard). Production Stage Management is by Ira Mont (The Producers).
All performances will have conditions of entry adhering to the relevant State Government Public Health Orders and health advice.
THEATRE ROYAL SYDNEY DECEMBER 2nd – 19th 2021
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
COMEDY THEATRE MELBOURNE FROM JANUARY 2ND 2022
TICKETS ON SALE WEDNESDAY 20TH OCTOBER
SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE FROM AUGUST 19TH 2022
ARTS CENTRE MELBOURNE FROM OCTOBER 30TH 2022
Opera Australia in association with The Really Useful Group, will present Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA in 2022. The much-anticipated production, originally scheduled for 2021, will now open at the Sydney Opera House in August 2022 and Arts Centre Melbourne in October 2022.
This exciting new production of The Phantom of the Opera broke box office history at the Opera House when tickets went on sale earlier this year. Existing ticket holders for this long-awaited production of one of the world's most successful musicals will be able to transfer to the new performance dates next year.
We are also delighted to confirm that Josh Piterman, Amy Manford and Blake Bowden will be playing the roles of the Phantom, Christine, and Raoul for the production’s Sydney and Melbourne seasons next year.
Existing ticket holders will be contacted by email in the coming days about the new date that they will be attending. The email will include instructions on what to do if this date doesn’t work for them.
New ticket buyers hoping to secure tickets to the Sydney and Melbourne seasons can join the waitlist at opera.org.au/phantom
JOAN SUTHERLAND THEATRE, SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE FROM AUGUST 19TH 2022
STATE THEATRE, ARTS CENTRE MELBOURNE FROM OCTOBER 30TH 2022
This summer Mr Fox and his family, friends and foes are getting set to once again leap off the page (and all around the stage).
Packed with Dahlicious mischief, hilarious mayhem and humongous belly laughs, this mind-blowing stage adaptation is the perfect theatrical adventure for the whole family. Following sold out seasons across the country, see Dahl’s classic story brought to life with an ingenious mix of digital animation and live action. Created by the team behind the smash-hit season of George’s Marvellous Medicine.
No one outfoxes a Fox, especially not the horrible and greedy farmers Boggis, Bunce and Bean – one fat, one short, one lean. But when they try, Mr Fox needs to save his family and friends and he’ll go to any lengths to outwit the mean humans.
You’ve read the book and seen the movie – now chase your tail all the way to the theatre.
Tuesday 20 Sep
11:00 AM, 1:00 PM
Wednesday 21 Sep
10:00 AM, 1:00 PM, 6:00 PM
Thursday 22 Sep
10:00 AM, 1:00 PM, 6:00 PM
Friday 23 Sep
10:00 AM, 1:00 PM, 6:00 PM
Saturday 24 Sep
10:00 AM*, 1:00 PM, 3:00 PM
Tickets Available here.
It hasn’t been our day, our month or even our year!
Unfortunately, our performances scheduled from 23 November – 12 December 2021 at Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre will not proceed due to a number of affect’s related to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, we are excited to announce that the show will now take place at Melbourne’s Athenaeum Theatre in November and December 2022.
Original purchasers of tickets will be contacted by Ticketmaster via email with further information.
We sincerely thank you for your patience, understanding and support.
Producers John Frost, Suzanne Jones and Ambassador Theatre Group Productions are disappointed to announce that the Australian seasons of Dolly Parton’s hit musical 9 TO 5 will be postponed.
The priority for the producers is the well-being of the audience, cast, crew and theatre staff. In consultation with both the Sydney Lyric and Her Majesty’s Theatre Melbourne, they have reviewed the most recent advice issued by the Federal Government to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and have postponed both the Sydney and Melbourne seasons of 9 to 5 THE MUSICAL to a later date.
We are currently reviewing options to reschedule in both cities and sincerely thank theatregoers for their patience and support of the industry while we work through these complex issues. Once we receive Government advice regarding the re-opening schedule for venues and new dates can be secured, existing ticket holders will be provided with an exclusive first option to secure the best seats.
In the meantime, patrons who purchased tickets to 9 TO 5 will receive an email from the official ticketing provider shortly providing details on the refund process for performances that have been postponed.
Theatre and the arts are an integral part of the social wellbeing of the community and we are looking forward to bringing 9 to 5 to Australia as soon as we are able. We look forward to sharing the joy of Dolly Parton’s 9 TO 5 with you soon!
The producers of SIX THE MUSICAL are sincerely disappointed to announce that as a result of the Government’s most recent advice to prevent the spread of COVID-19, all forthcoming seasons including Melbourne, Adelaide and Wellington are now postponed.
The health, safety and well-being of our staff, artists, audiences and our community will always be paramount and the producers are working on reviewing options to reschedule.
We sincerely thank the audiences and fans of SIX for their support of the full production team, cast, crew and musicians of the show, and look forward to being able to notify future season dates as soon as possible.
Ticket holders for all future performances will be contacted by your ticketing providers directly with refunds to be organised to the original credit card holder. There is no need to contact your ticketing provider unless you have been requested to provide further information.