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CAST
SIMON GLEESON
SIMON GLEESON
MELISSA LANGTON
MELISSA LANGTON
COLIN LANE
COLIN LANE
ALINTA CHIDZEY
ALINTA CHIDZEY
ALEX RATHGEBER
ALEX RATHGEBER
LUCY MAUNDER
LUCY MAUNDER
ZOE COPPINGER
ZOE COPPINGER
JARED BRYAN
JARED BRYAN
STEPHEN WHEAT
STEPHEN WHEAT
SIMON MAIDEN
SIMON MAIDEN
NICKI WENDT
NICKI WENDT
TONY RICKARDS
TONY RICKARDS
JOHN WOOD
JOHN WOOD
ENSEMBLE

DANIEL ASSETTA    ALICIA ATTWOOD    AMY BERRISFORD    MATT DOUGLASS

BRETT FISHER    DAVID HAMMOND    ASHLEIGH HAUSCHILD    JANE KINGSFORD   JOE MELDRUM

ANTHONY PEPE    MADELINE PERRONE    JUSTINE PUY    EMMA RUSSELL    DARREN TYLER

 CREATIVE TEAM

Director
ROGER HODGMAN

Musical Director
JOHN FOREMAN

Choreographer
DANA JOLLY

Costume Designer
ESTHER MARIE HAYES

Set Designer
CHRISTINA SMITH

Lighting Designer
MATT SCOTT

By arrangement with
ORiGiNTM Theatrical
on behalf of Theatrical
Rights Worldwide,
New York

BOOK BY

Rupert Holmes

MUSIC BY

John Kander

LYRICS BY

Fred Ebb

ORIGINAL BOOK AND CONCEPT BY

Peter Stone

THE MUSICAL COMEDY WHODUNNIT FROM
KANDER & EBB
CREATORS OF
CABARET AND CHICAGO

Boston, 1959, it’s the opening night of Robbin’ Hood of the Old West when suddenly at the curtain call, its supremely untalented leading lady is murdered onstage. The entire cast and crew are suspects. Enter Lieutenant Frank Cioffi, local detective and passionate amateur theatrical who unravels the mystery, fixes the show and falls in love with the ingénue, Miss Niki Harris.

Simon Gleeson, the thrilling star of Les Misérables and CHESS returns to The Production Company as Frank Cioffi. In the role of Niki Harris is Alinta Chidzey. Melissa Langton is the brassy Broadway producer Carmen. Lucy Maunder and Alex Rathgeber are Georgia and Aaron, the show’s songwriting team.

The creative team that staged last season’s enchanting production of Nice Work If You Can Get It, returns for this Australian premiere season of CURTAINS.

STATE THEATRE
Sat 20 August at 2pm and 7.30pm 
Sun 21 August at 3pm 
Wed 24 August at 1pm and 7.30pm
Thu 25 August at 7.30pm
Fri 26 August at 7.30pm
Sat 27 August at 2pm and 7.30pm
Sun 28 August at 3pm