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  • The stage is treasured by performers but, behind the scenes, there are many family members providing constant support, love and encouragement.

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    Plan your perfect Parisian-style staycation in Sydney in celebration of Bastille Day on 14th July.
    Stay, see, sip and savour your way around Sydney.

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    Moulin Rouge! The Musical will commence performances at Perth’s Crown Theatre in February 2023. Tickets for the Perth season will go on sale to the general public on Thursday 28 July, with pre-sale tickets available to waitlist members from Monday 25 July.

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    Audiences and Critics alike gave it a full standing ovation and rave reviews at the Sydney Premiere at the Capitol Theatre on 4 June.

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    In Moulin Rouge! The Musical, the characters on stage are bold and brash and passionately bohemian – so unique in a way that transcends their talent alone and defies the usual theatre manifestations of a gendered ensemble. And that was achieved by giving them the liscence to develop their own unfettered personas from the outset

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    The importance of representation and inclusion in its many forms and the weight that their performances has for audiences who have never felt seen on stages before, has not been lost on actors Chris Scalzo and Olivia Vásquez. For many, witnessing the spectacle of Moulin Rouge! The Musical and its notions of Truth, Beauty, Freedom

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    As a statesman of Australian theatre, Simon Burke has enjoyed a rich, varied, and illustrious career so far but credits the role of Harold Zidler as the pinnacle. In fact, he sees Moulin Rouge! The Musical as a statement for his life as an artist, and most artists for that matter. “I honestly feel that

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    Joe Donovan and Sam Parkes both confess to auditioning for Moulin Rouge! The Musical, because they heard that the fabulous new Broadway production of the celebrated movie musical offered dancers a fantastic opportunity to extend themselves in a way that few musical theatre projects do.

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    The term “Gypsy” was once used, in musical theatre circles, to describe ensemble theatre performers who travel from show-to-show and lead a somewhat Bohemian lifestyle.

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    It may have been dance that launched the musical theatre careers for two of the youngest performers in Moulin Rouge, but it’s the chance to tell so many different stories that continues to sustain them on stage.

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