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Mamma Mia Will Be Back On Australian Stages From November

by Paul Cashmere on May 6, 2017

in News

Mamma Mia the musical will return to Australian stages in November.

“MAMMA MIA! is exactly what we all need – an uplifting, fun-filled, heartfelt night at the theatre which puts a smile on your face and a spring in your step. The timeless tracks of ABBA never fail to bring joy to audiences across the world and we are delighted to be producing MAMMA MIA! once again across Australia. We are also thrilled with the incredibly talented creative team and cast we have assembled to bring this story and these songs to life on stage night after night.” Louise Withers said in a statement.

The new production will star Natalie O’Donnell as Donna Sheridan. Natalie played Sophie in the first Australian production in 2001. Sophie 2017 is Sarah Morrison. Rosie will be played by Alica Gardiner and Tanya is played by Jayde Westaby.

Ian Stenlake is Sam Carmichael, Phillip Lowe is Harry Bright, Josef Ber is Bill Austin and Stephen Mahy plays Sophie’s fiancé Sky.

In addition, Monique Sallé plays the role of Ali, Jessica Di Costa (White) as Lisa, Sam Hooper as Pepper and Alex Gibson-Giorgio plays Eddie alongside an incredible supporting cast Stephen Anderson, Jadie Bastow, Dion Bilios, Du Toit Bredenkamp, Annie Chiswell, Matt Edwards, Josh Gates, Catty Hamilton, Matthew Hamilton, Emma Hawthorne, Zoe Komazec, Sarah Kate Landy, Courtney Monsma, Clay Roberts, Leigh Sleightholme, Thalia Smith, Lisa Sontag and Zachary Webster.

MAMMA MIA! NATIONAL TOUR DATES

CANBERRA
Canberra Theatre, Canberra Theatre Centre
From November 24th 2017
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
www.canberratheatrecentre.com.au or Ph: 02 6275 2700

BRISBANE
Lyric Theatre, QPAC
From December 26th 2017
TICKETS ON SALE TO GENERAL PUBLIC WEDNESDAY MAY 24TH
www.qpac.com.au or Ph: 136 246

SYDNEY
Capitol Theatre
From February 11th 2018

PERTH
Crown Theatre
From May 15th 2018

MELBOURNE
Princess Theatre
From July 10th 2018

ADELAIDE
Festival Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre
From October 9th 2018

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