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kinky boots @ riverside theatres parramatta

Packemin Productions – Kinky Boots – Grant Leslie Photography

Mostly inspired by true events, this is the best musical show in town, or rather you need to drive to Parramatta to experience this fabulous outstanding cast. Perfect performances by all the cast including the choreography, a fabulous musical theatre night, with a full-house standing ovation at the opening night performance. Nat Jobe is Lola, and fully inhabits the roles of Lola and Simon.

Charlie Price inherits a failing shoe factory from his father. Trying to save the men’s shoe business, by manufacturing a quality line of high-heeled boots, cabaret performer and drag queen Lola becomes the boot designer extraordinaire, producing amazing high-heeled boots. Charlie and Lola both discover that they have so very much in common.

Cyndi Lauper has a huge musical range, allowed her to create quite unique songs, all with emotional heart – ranging from funk, pop rock, new wave and a tango too. Her well remembered show tunes, concern the important things in life – boots and fashion, work/personal relationships, the ability of people to choose to change their minds.

 

I have previously seen the Broadway version, and then the West End version, I definitely enjoy all the music, the lyrics, and most especially the underdog story that is KINKY BOOTS. Having certain unrealistic expectations as have already compared the Broadway version and then the West End version, this “Packemin Productions” of KINKY BOOTS is the superb and stunning production, that you must see this year. Highly Recommended.

 

SHOW TIMES – 9th until 24th September 2022.

DURATION – 135 minutes, including 20 minute interval.

WEBSITE – https://riversideparramatta.com.au/show/kinky-boots/

TICKETS – https://boxoffice.riversideparramatta.com.au/WebPages/EntaWebGateway/gateway.aspx?E=N&QL=S7715|VRIV|G~/WEBPAGES/EntaWebShow/ShowDatesCombo.aspx

PRODUCERS – https://www.packemin.com.au/prevshow.php?Kinky-Boots-24

VIDEO – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXy9OQvpZK8

 

RIVERSIDE THEATRES is located at the corner of Church Street and Market Street, Parramatta, NSW.

 

Packemin Productions and Riverside Theatres present
A Packemin Production
KINKY BOOTS
Book by Harvey Fierstein with Music and Lyrics by Cyndi Lauper
Original Broadway Production Directed and Choreographed by Jerry Mitchell
Based on the Miramax motion picture Kinky Boots Written by Geoff Deane and Tim Firth
Licensed exclusively by Music Theatre International (Australasia).

EXPECT – amazing one-liners, fabulous costumes, fabulous high-heeled boots, gender identity themes, plus overt sexuality and overt sensuality.

CREATIVES –
Producer – Neil Gooding
Associate Producer – Jordan Vassallo
Director – Jessica Fallico
Choreographer – Cameron Boxall
Original Director and Choreographer – Tanya Mitford
Musical Director – Peter Hayward
Associate Musical Director – Jayne Hamilton
Head of Wardrobe – Audrey Currie
Head of Wigs and Make-up – Karen Lamont-Barnett
Lighting Designer – Sean Clarke
Set Designer – CLOC
Props Co-ordinator – Talisa Whybro
Production Assistant – Aden Abeleda
Stage Manager – Linus Karasi

STARRING –
Charlie Price – Adam Rennie
Lola/Simon – Nat Jobe
Nicola – Krystal Meyer
Lauren – Laura Garrick
Don Tana – Laga’aia
Pat Rachel – Amanda Thomas
Trish – Penny Stewart
George – David Tucker
Mr Price – Jim Mitchell
Harry – Sam Harmon
Richard Bailey – Olivier Rahmé
Lola’s Father – Haji Myrteza
THE ANGELS – Ethan Dzang, Jackson Bunting, Cameron Boxall, David Green, Tom Gustard, Olivier Rahmé, James Tolhust, Damon Wilson
Young Charlie – Jackson Parker and Jordan Thompson
Young Lola/Simon – Kayaan Ghadially and Krithish Roshan
Charlie Understudy – Tom Kelly
Lola/Simon Understudy – Olivier Rahmé
Lauren Understudy – Taylor Van Veen
Don Understudy – Eamon Moses
Harry Understudy – Alex Giles

THE ENSEMBLE – Karen Astill, Olivia Enright, Sarah Furnari, Abbey Fyffe, Sam Harmon, Tom Kelly, Grace Lizzio, Almitra Mavalvala, Eamon Moses, Haji Myrteza, Ally Palmer, Victoria Perkas, Noah Rayner, Izzy Tilden, Taylor Van Veen

Production photography by Grant Leslie

 

 

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