What Makes a Musical a Musical – The (Musical) Cabaret

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Have you ever wondered what goes into making a musical? Forget what you think you know, and join the hilarious award winning performers from Grey Lantern in the WORLD PREMIERE of What Makes a Musical a Musical - A (Musical) Cabaret! in an affectionate comedic romp poking fun at our favourite musical stereotypes - what really goes into making a musical?

Follow the creative agony of the hapless composer as we meet demanding divas, sad ingenues and unnecessary sub-plots all wanting their moment in the spotlight. With kick ass choreography and whip smart comedic timing, the cast will make you cry with laughter with songs such as "THIS IS AN OPENING NUMBER", "NOTHING IS ORIGINAL" and "GIRLS LOVE A MUSICIAN" as we peek behind the scenes and reimagine the stereotypes of musical theatre.

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Grey Lantern Productions

Grey Lantern is a local WA theatre group who present small scale, co-operative productions of contemporary theatre. They are small but mighty! Focusing on comedy and musical theatre, previous shows have included the critically acclaimed Disenchanted! at FRINGE WORLD 2020 (winner of a weekly award), 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche and First Date the Musical at FRINGE WORLD 2018 (nominated for the Music and Musicals award) and Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens at FRINGE WORLD 2016.

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This venue is reserved seating, and you will be allocated the best seats available. We cannot guarantee you will be seated together, and you may be seated next to another group of patrons. If you want to make sure your seats are socially distanced or have a specific booking request, please call FRINGE WORLD on 9227 6288. For accessible bookings please call Perth Theatre Trust on (08) 6212 9292.

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