BEAUTIFUL THINGS: STAGEARTXPOSED (16 & 23 OCTOBER)

BEAUTIFUL THINGS: STAGEARTXPOSED (16 & 23 OCTOBER)

BEAUTIFUL THINGS: A REALLY GOOD LOOKING MUSICAL
By Drew Downing
StageArtXposed

In a time of celebrity politicians, fake news and political correctness, four of the world’s most attractive superstars have joined forces to spread the word of inner (and outer) beauty. GLEAM (The Good Looking and Aesthetics Movement) is a painfully handsome force. In this live interview, our beautiful things explain their humble beginnings and lifestyles in a materialistic world.

From childhood dreams to lost loves, the men of GLEAM reflect on the pressures they face as handsome people; giving thanks to the beautiful things in their lives which bring them strength and courage.

They have the cheekbones. They have the bronzer. It’s time to strike a pose.

‘If you look good you feel good, and when you feel good you look good.’

Zoolander meets The Avengers in this new musical by Greenroom-nominated composer Drew Downing (REBEL, A Super Brady Cabaret, Grease 2: Live in Concert).

Featuring HENRY BRETT (Spring Awakening), BRADLEY MARSHALL (Sunday in the Park with George), DANNY MEDICA (Hair) and ADAM PERRYMAN (The Full Monty) with ANA MITSIKAS (Merrily We Roll Along) and introducing SAM BOYDEN.

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16 & 23 October
Time: 7.00pm
Tickets: $35 Full, $30 Concession (+transaction fee)

Duration: Act 1: 55 minutes (No interval)

Seating: General Admission. Please make sure you arrive a minimum of 15 minutes prior to the performance start time. The performance has a strict ‘Lockout Policy’, latecomers will not be permitted.

Please Note: To ensure the safety and integrity of the performance, if you choose to exit the theatre you will only be permitted to re-enter at the discretion of the front of house supervisor. Entry will only be permitted during suitable break in the performance.

If you require wheelchair access, please call our Box Office on 03 8290 7000.

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