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ON STAGE…

DONNA SUMMER, TINA TURNER AND CHER ARE ALL THE SUBJECTS OF BIO-MUSICALS, MORE FILMS ARE LEAPING FROM SCREEN TO STAGE, AND A FEW ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN STORIES WILL BE MAKING THEIR DEBUT. MATT MYERS GIVES THE RUNDOWN.

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THE NEXT BIG THING

ON BROADWAY

The Cher Show will tell her life story with, not one, but, three actresses playing the star in a retrospect of her career. Cher herself is behind the production. Broadway will also premiere Summer: The Donna Summer Musical directed by Tony Award winner Des McAnuff. Featuring over 20 hits from the Queen Of Disco including I Feel Love, MacArthur Park, Hot Stuff and Enough Is Enough they won’t be short of showstoppers.

The celluloid world continues to migrate to the stage with the 1984 coming-of-age The Flamingo Kid getting the musical treatment. The original film was directed by the late Garry Marshall, who also happened to direct Pretty Woman, also making its Broadway debut this year. Samantha Barks will take on the Julia Roberts role. The London production of Dreamgirls will transfer across the Atlantic.

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