Crazy Days and Lazy Days 28 Oct
Written by Jenny Davis. Featuring Lucy Fraser, Marcus Gadd and Craig Skelton.
In spring the sap rises and the world comes out to play. A young cast of musical theatre graduates bring us songs to stir the blood and make mayhem, together with songs to dream away a sunny afternoon. New musical theatre graduates, LUCY FRASER and MARCUS GADD delight us with old favourites and modern greats. Together with the piano maestro, CRAIG SKELTON, they bring us dramatic, comic and tender songs from recent musicals such as MAMMA MIA!, KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN and WAITRESS, as well as plenty of classic numbers such as Cole Porter’s YOU’RE THE TOP (Anything Goes), YOUNGER THAN SPRINGTIME (Rodgers & Hammerstein’s South Pacific), MARRY ME A LITTLE (Stephen Sondheim) and the evergreen FIDDLER ON THE ROOF.
THEATRE 180 celebrates a vibrant young cast, both inspired by the greats of the past and excited about new musicals from around the world. What turns the head of a young person in spring? Why love, of course, together with all its hopes, dramas, sorrows and joys.
THEATRE 180 invites you to come with us and catch a little Spring Fever, as Lucy and Marcus dance their way through CRAZY DAYS and LAZY DAYS!
PERFORMANCE DATE 28 Oct
Burt Hall, 38 St Georges Terrace Perth, 28 Oct
28 Oct 2021
- 11:00 am
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