THEATRE: THE DIVINE MISS BETTE
22 Sep 2016 | 11amBook Tickets
Catherine Alcorn is
The Divine Miss Bette
Tired of the big smoke’s bright lights and constant applause, The Divine Miss Bette is in dire need of a soil change and has decided to go bush. In 2016, she’s heading to New South Wales’ most vibrant, vital and vivacious town… and she’s also heading to Casula!
Following several sell-out seasons both in Australia and overseas (aka Tassie), Catherine Alcorn channels the people’s diva, Bette Midler in The Divine Miss Bette. The Australian said ‘Alcorn’s rendition elevated her titillating tribute to a tender triumph.’
Bawdy, brash and even more buxom than the original (yes, it’s possible) this whirlwind of a show will leave you breathless and begging for more! With all of Bette's great hits, including Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, The Rose, Friends and more.
When Bette Midler first came to Oz, she said: ‘ You gotta keep quiet about this place. You don't know the deadbeats who are gonna come here when they find out!’ So now she's coming to you!
Get ready for a divine experience, as the charismatic Catherine Alcorn inhabits the Divine Miss Midler. And have no fear, she knows what to do if they can't take a joke!
“The show is like a snort of something expensive and naughty”
STAGE NOISE, SYDNEY
“A helluva lot of butt-wiggling, boob squeezing and classic Midler filth…you won’t be disappointed by Alcorn’s charisma, energy and sharp comedic timing on stage.”
OUT IN PERTH
"The nuanced manner in which Alcorn channels Bette Midler is outright clever and has you wondering whether it is possible an impersonator can be a better version of the original." AUSSIE THEATRE
CREATED BYPeter Cox
MUSICAL DIRECTOR Jeremy Brennan
PRODUCED BY Catherine Alcorn and Neil Gooding Productions
LUNCH Gourmet jacket potatoes $15 per person
Duration70 min (no interval)
Phone02 9824 1121
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