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  • Join Sunrise for a peek inside the Regent Theatre which has been transformed into 19th century Paris.

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    Tony Award-winning scenic designer Derek McLane chats to The Age about adapting his Broadway designs for Melbourne.

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    The bohemian world of the Moulin Rouge! The Musical was not something Tim Omaji was familiar with prior to auditioning for the stage adaption of the beloved film. “It’s not something I ever thought I’d be doing, playing a Frenchman in a musical,” laughs Omaji.

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    With mainstage genderfluid and nonbinary representation still rare, Ryan Gonzalez (they/he) and Scout Hook’s (they/them) collaboration has allowed them to support each other both through the industry and in finding their own identities.

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    “I think I was about eight or nine, when I first saw MOULIN ROUGE! I was obsessed!” David Ouch is video chatting with me from his dressing room at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre. “You know, when Satine first comes out, to sing ‘Sparkling Diamonds’? And then she falls—I would recreate this drama on our dining table, trying to fall!” He laughs. “The movie was heaven.”

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    Reaching the career pinnacle of Moulin Rouge! The Musical has been a journey of great distance, emotion and reward for some cast members.

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    It is no coincidence that Palawa woman Bree Landridge and Wiradjuri man Jarrod Draper have found themselves in the world of Moulin Rouge, as they both share their experience of witnessing the push for more inclusivity and diversity within the industry.

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    The creative team take you behind the scenes of how Moulin Rouge! The Musical has been created for the Australian stage.

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    Before heading into rehearsals, some of the Australian cast gave a special concert performance of “Lady Marmalade” and “Your Song” at the beautifully refurbished Regent Theatre, Melbourne.

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    The designer who has received more Academy Awards than any other Australian was initially sceptical at the thought of a movie musical.

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