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broadway bard @ glen street theatre belrose

The versatile and very talented Julian Kuo starred in Melvyn Morrow’s BROADWAY BARD

BROADWAY BARD created by Melvyn Morrow, was an inspired and very fast ninety minutes of the best of Shakespeare’s magnificent words lovingly put to fine music.

The show starred cabaret artist Julian Kuo along  with Mark Chamberlain on the piano with with Musical Direction by Mark Chamberlain and Choreography by Daniele Clements.

Julian Kuo is an exceptionally talented actor and singer with a great range. Some will know him from his appearance in He Said She Said at the Sydney Fringe Festival in September 2012 and 2013.

Kuo touched the audience with his individualised delivery of each musical number specific to each different character. Playing both roles, he is both Romeo and Juliet. His bogan strine character, with a can of VB in hand, was a favourite with the audience and generated plenty of laughter.

The show was wonderful ear-candy, and you were left wanting more. With one encore, a total of seventeen musical numbers were presented, with some fast dance moves and tap-dancing.

One could well surmise that if Shakespeare was born at this time in history he would have been writing some musicals.

Running time 105 minutes including one interval.

BROADWAY BARD played the Glen Street Theatre, corner of Glen Street and Blackbutts Road, Belrose on the 28th and 29th August.


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