There’s plenty of Aussie humour in the songs, with a nod to The Castle in the opening number "Twenty More Till", and a later one where a character expresses how much he loves a woman in “Top Shelf”. “The Door” duet is a touching moment and can see this being a winning number once we get to know the characters. While it’s not confirmed which songs will be in the production, it will be sorely disappointing if this is not included. With musical direction by Shanon Whitelock, there’s a variety to the style and genre of songs McCaw has penned, including “Coming in From The Suburbs” which allows for the different types of people that reside in this town to be shown.
A formidable cast has been assembled for this musical including Natalie O'Donnell (Mamma Mia!), John O’Hara (School of Rock), Kerrie Anne Greenland (Les Miserables, Helpmann winner), Vidya Makan (American Idiot), Du Toit Bredenkamp (Sound of Music), Jessie Singleton and Harry Fenn, in his professional debut. It’s a great chance for the entire team to not only highlight their fantastic talent, but also to see how well they complement each other during the group performances.
Any Moment was performed between 25 - 26 June 2019 at Chapel Off Chapel.
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