THEATRE: FOUR VOICES CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
15 Dec 2016 | 11am and 2pmBook Tickets
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre presents
Four Voices: Christmas Special
Rowena, Lauren, Stephen and Alex are a stunning musical act that will take their audiences on a journey through the ages. From Opera to Broadway and a few festive season songs thrown in, these performers have combined their talent to bring you Four Voices.
Rowena is a versatile vocalist who is classically trained. With a repertoire to appeal to all audiences from Mozart’s Queen of the Night, I Dreamed a Dream to the pop hits of now and yesteryear Rowena has performed regularly on the club circuit, and performs aboard luxury cruise liners.
Lauren’s parents were involved in the theatre before she was born, so it was a natural progression for her to find a love for theatre. Lauren can sing, dance and act and has performed with Dale Burridge and Danielle Everett in Opera in the Paddock. Her favourite roles include ‘Belle’ in Beauty and the Beast and ‘Roxy’ in Chicago.
Stephen has always had a passion for Opera having spent three years training at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. As a Baritone, he has played many leading roles in both musicals and plays in most Sydney theatres. His favourite roles include Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof, the King in The King and I and Javert in Les Miserables.
Alex’s love of the theatre and singing, gives him the opportunity to meet and work with wonderful people who share in his love of music. As a tenor he has performed roles in various concerts and shows, such as, Fiddler On The Roof, The Secret Garden, The Merry Widow, The Gondoliers, Die Fledermaus and Pirates of Penzance, to name a few.
Roast Ham & Turkey served with Vegetables followed by Plum Pudding & Custard | $20 per person
Arrive early for your complimentary tea or coffee and cake
Duration70 min (no interval)
Phone02 9824 1121
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