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MOSMAN MUSICAL SOCIETY PRESENTS A MEMORABLE ANNIE @ ZENITH THEATRE CHATSWOOD

Annie Warbucks mansion

Above: Annie (Caitlin Frazer) and Daddy Warbucks (Simon Militano) with ensemble. Featured image: Miss Hannigan (Susie Blackwell) and orphans.

At the centre of ANNIE the musical is a great big heart, a fully dressed smile and bucketloads of energetic optimism. Mosman Musical Society’s recent production, as directed by Jody Rose, stays true to these required features. Continue reading MOSMAN MUSICAL SOCIETY PRESENTS A MEMORABLE ANNIE @ ZENITH THEATRE CHATSWOOD

Company @ Star Of The Sea

A perplexed Robert and his three girlfriends
A perplexed Robert and his three girlfriends

Manly Musical Society’s final production for the year is a revival of Stephen Sondheim’s COMPANY. This is one of the best productions of this timeless award winning musical comedy that I have seen.

Christie Wykes directs with a fresh new vision that is valid and intriguing. This essential Sondheim musical, features one brilliant show-stopping number after another, and is now gracing the stage in Sydney for a limited season.

From his 35th birthday party celebrations, we follow eternal bachelor Robert, as he tries to de-single himself, as a single man unable to commit, as compared to and seen beside the lives of his friends … four married couples. Robert investigates the importance of marriage, as he observes each and every flaw in his friends’ marriages.

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