Wicked The Musical closed season in Sydney


Wicked The Musical performed one last day at Sydney last Sunday.

The night was ozsome with fans, media and the cast and crew with amazing excitement. It was and Oztastically night!

At the end of the performance all the cast & crew took the stage to give a final farewell as glitter fell from the ceiling of the magnificent Capitol Theatre. Also, a huge line of fans was waiting outside to give all one last farewell. It was a great night!

Wicked The Musical will be opening in Brisbane in January.

Check out some of the pics from the night!

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Video of the Week: Lucy Durack and Jemma Rix singing each others parts (Witch Switch)


Amazing video by Sam Ducan on the Wicked Australia – Sydney Season fan page in Facebook.

The cast of Wicked performed at an event last night and Lucy Durack and Jemma Rix, Glinda and Elphaba respectively at the Australian production of Wicked, sang a medley of the show but with each others part. A true ‘Witch Swtich”

Thanks Brett for the contribution!

Wicked Australia moves to Brisbane and opens January 2011


After it was officially announced, last week, that Sydney production of WICKED was due to close September 12th 2010, now is announced that Wicked is set to fly north of the border to open in all its emerald glory in the Lyric Theatre, QPAC in January 2011 in the city of Brisbane.
WICKED Australia Co-Producer John Frost said, “Right from the start this show has been an overwhelming hit so we are absolutely thrilled to be able to bring her, in all her emerald beauty, to Brisbane.
“WICKED is a phenomenon, the most successful musical in the world today, and appeals to everyone from 8 to 80. People love it for so many different reasons – some people come to see WICKED for the engrossing story, some for the astonishing sets and costumes, some
for the soaring ballads, some for the deeper messages, and some to see the life-affirming friendship between the two girls who grow up to be Glinda the Good and the Wicked Witch of the West. Melbourne and Sydney audiences have been blown away by WICKED and
now it’s Brisbane’s turn.
When the Australian production of WICKED arrives in Brisbane it will have played over 866 shows and will have been seen by well over 1 million people. WICKED’s record-breaking Australian run began in June, 2008 at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre, where it broke the
city’s box office record and ran through August, 2009. The production transferred to Sydney’s Capitol Theatre on September 5, 2009 and will conclude its record-breaking run on September 12, 2010.

Girl of The Week: Lucy Durack


Lucy Durack is an Australian performer most recognised for originating the role of Glinda in the Australian Cast of Wicked.

Durack was born in Perth, Western Australia on 17th November 1982, and graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. She has appeared on stage in such shows as 42nd Street (musical), Kiss Me, Kate and Oklahoma! screen and television and recently closed the Melbourne production of Glinda in Wicked. It opened on July 12, 2008 and closed on August 9, 2009 and transfered to Sydney. On 27 September 2008 she performed with singer and fellow co-star Amanda Harrison at the 2008 AFL Grand Final. She is currently reprising the role of Glinda in the Sydney production which opened September 12, 2009.

Secret Wish: That she cast a spell on me to become her blue prince.

CATS Returns To Sydney


CATS, one the most recognised and known musicals,  comes back to stage in Sydney opening Tuesday 18 May 2010 for a strictly limited season, playing in the Lyric Theatre, Star City.

With a musical score composed byAndrew Lloyd Webber, this show has been seen by over 65 million people around the globe and has a record-breaking number of awards internationally. It holds the record for one of the longest-running musicals in West End history playing for 21 years. In addition CATS played 18 years on Broadway and has been presented in over twenty-six countries, in about three hundred cities, in ten languages.

CATS is presented in Australia by Lunchbox Theatrical Productions and David AtkinsEnterprises in association with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Really Useful Group. Lunchbox Theatrical Productions and David Atkins Enterprises have been responsible for numerous outstanding productions over the years including Miss Saigon, Singin’ In The Rain, The Phantom of the Opera (Singapore 2007 season, in association with The Really Useful Group), Stomp, Swan Lake On Ice, We Will Rock You and Abba Mania, to name but a few.

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Really Useful Group is one of the world’s most recognised international entertainment companies, responsible for producing, co-producing, licensing and managing major theatrical production worldwide.

For more information visit http://www.lunchbox-productions.com. The STRICTLY LIMITED SEASON OPENS 18 MAY 2010. Tickets on sale from 9am Monday 12 October. CALL TICKETMASTER 1300 795 267 or www.ticketmaster.com.au

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