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  • Written by Cindy Ullrich Publicity Manager QPAC


Due to popular demand, new seats have been released just in time for Mother’s Day for the much-loved musical comedy Anything Goes at Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) from late July 2015.

 

For decades, Cole Porter’s Anything Goes has captivated millions with its delightful story of madcap antics aboard the S.S. American.

 

Created by the Helpmann Award winning team director Dean Bryant and choreographer Andrew Hallsworth, this brand new Australian production will hit Brisbane shores from 25 July 2015 at QPAC’s Lyric Theatre.

 

This dazzling musical celebration features a hilarious tale of topsy-turvy relationships, mistaken identities and foiled plots, peppered with some of musical theatre's most memorable standards including You're The Top, I Get A Kick Out Of You, and of course the title song, Anything Goes.

 

Multi-award winning and internationally revered Caroline O’Connor and the critically acclaimed and hilarious Todd McKenney will be joined at sea by Alex Rathgeber (The Phantom of the Opera – London, An Officer and a Gentleman), Claire Lyon (The Phantom of the Opera – World Tour, Love Never Dies), Wayne Scott Kermond (The Producers, Singin' in the Rain), Carmen Duncan (A Country Practice, Winners & Losers), Debora Krizak (A Chorus Line, The Producers), Bartholomew John (South Pacific) and actor, comedian and impressionist, Gerry Connolly (A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, Hey Hey Its Saturday).

 

Winner of three Tony Awards, including Best Musical Revival and Choreography during its most recent Broadway revival, Anything Goes is a stunning nautical favourite.

 

Additional tickets for this hilarious musical extravaganza go on sale from 9.00am on Thursday 7 May 2015.  Anything Goes tickets are a perfect Mother’s Day Gift. Get Mum ‘on board’ and secure your tickets now at qpac.com.au or phone 136 246.

Opera Australia and John Frost present:

Anything Goes

 

When:              From 25 July 2015

Where:             Lyric Theatre, QPAC, Cultural Precinct, South Bank, Brisbane

Tickets:           Refer to qpac website for current pricing

Bookings:        qpac.com.au or phone 136 246

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