Bring It On The Musical shimmies into Sydney

Published by: Fuller PR | 21-Aug-2019
Sydney, it's time to shake your pom poms! After critically acclaimed seasons in Melbourne and Perth, David Venn is premiering the Broadway smash hit BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL at the State Theatre, in what will be a strictly limited two week run.
Venue: The State Theatre
Address: Sydney, Australia
Date: 27/08-08/09
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Sydney-siders will witness the extraordinary cast of 28 multi-threat talents performing Tony Award nominated music and lyrics by Lin Manuel Miranda, Green Room Award winning choreography by Michael Ralph and breathtaking aerial stunts by high-flying cheerleading world champions.

The explosive stage show has received widespread critical acclaim after its triumphant return to Melbourne following an extended premiere season in 2018 and three Green Room nominations including Best Production of a Musical.

Inspired by the cult noughties movie of the same name, the stage show explores themes of friendship and acceptance.

True triple threat, Sydney performer Kirby Burgess (Barnum, Dirty Dancing) stuns in the lead role of Campbell, squad captain and cheer-royalty at Truman High School. Starring alongside Kirby is newcomer Jasmine Smith (The King and I, Morning Melodies), in the role of Danielle, the dance crew leader at neighbouring Jackson High School.

World cheerleading champions Ossie Mclean, Daniel Buyeske, Katherine Abela and Caitlyn Hammond will deliver explosive choreography and electrifying aerial routines that turn this musical into a true spectacular.

The Australian production is directed by Alister Smith, a multi Green Room Award nominee (Pacific Overtures, Urinetown! The Musical, The Drowsy Chaperone). Choreographer Michael Ralph (Georgy Girl, Loving Repeating, The Boy from Oz 2018) returns fresh from his Green Room Award for Best Choreography for BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL's Australian premiere.

Originally performed on Broadway and Nominated for a Tony Award for Best Musical, BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL features music and lyrics by Lin-Manual Miranda (In the Heights, Hamilton), an original story by Tony Award winner, Jeff Whitty (Avenue Q), music by Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning composer Tom Kitt (Next to Normal) and lyrics by Broadway lyricist Amanda Green (High Fidelity).

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