The cast of Love Never Dies, very colourful, very entertaining! Their performance? Freak Flag!
Lucy and Amanda sang Rainbow Connection, a great song for the crowd! Their harmony was excellent and their stage presence commanding.
Lucy is famous for top billing in:
And Amanda from:
Classic broadway with New York attitude! An enormously theatrical piece concerned with quareling lovers, Fine is a perfect piece for them; contrasting fury and tenderness they were well up to the demands of the performance.
After a significant amount of joking about MasterChef and Julie’s accomplishments there she was finally introduced as the stunning soprano from Phantom of The Opera in the role of Christine Daae.
She sang Youkali, a glorious tango with lyrics generally about life, love and happiness, and the folly of expecting to find them. A stunning rendition and the Dancers assisting were truly graceful and powerful at their art.
Jack wooed the crowd again. I love the way he moves on the stage, connecting with the whole audience. Excellent stagecraft and learned so early.
Jack sang I’ll Be There
Amy Housewine is the stage persona of Lisa Adam. While Amy is crass, confrontational and generally unsuitable in polite company, Lisa is both professional and helpful. We did a bit of crowd work prior to the Hats Off concert and she was a joy to work with. She has a brilliant sense of humour and a good voice. She is also very easy on the eyes if you can get past the monstrous hair 🙂 The crowd love her pre-show antics and her performance generated thunderous applause. Watching her stumble down the stairs in the aisles in huge heels, drink in hand (cheap plastic cup in keeping with Amy’s personality) was a hoot.
Lucy Maunder, Jason Te Patu, Belinda Wollaston and Paul Whiteley, the cast of
Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens.