CYRENS – THE SWINGIN’ SONGBOOK OF CY COLEMAN: MELBOURNE CABARET FESTIVAL (27 JUNE – 1 JULY)

CYRENS – THE SWINGIN’ SONGBOOK OF CY COLEMAN: MELBOURNE CABARET FESTIVAL (27 JUNE – 1 JULY)

A musical revue celebrating the legendary Broadway composer and jazzman Cy Coleman, known for shows such as Sweet Charity, Barnum, On the Twentieth Century, The Life and City of Angels, but his musical roots were in the jazz world. He was definitely the coolest cat on Broadway!

Cy Coleman’s songs are known for their sophistication and wit. Amanda Harrison (Wicked), Chelsea Renton-Gibb (Chicago) and Melissa Langton (The Fabulous Singlettes) are also known for their sophistication and wit – but more for singing loud and high and knowing how to sell the hell out of a song!

Cyrens is performed with a four piece band, some dangerously close three part harmony, arrangements by Mark Jones and a few jokes and a dash of Bob Fosse.

This performance may contain Adult Themes.

The Melbourne Cabaret Festival is supported by the City of Stonnington and by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.

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27 June – 1 July
Time: 8.30pm
Tickets: $ 39 Full, $34 Concession/Group 6+, $29 Festival Friends (+transaction fee)

Duration: Act 1: 60 minutes (No Interval)

Seating: General Admission. Melbourne Cabaret Festival seating in the Chapel theatre will be predominantly at tables. Group bookings of six or more and Festival Friend Passholders will receive priority table seating. 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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