On A Clear Day You Can See Forever

Published by: Kabuku PR | 21-Feb-2023
As part of the 2023 Seymour Season, Squabbalogic and Seymour Centre are proud to present On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, playing 17th March to 15th April at Seymour Centre. 
Venue: Seymour Centre
Address: Corner City Rd and Cleveland St
Date: 17 March - 15 April
Time: Monday 6:30pm; Tuesday – Saturday 7:30pm; Wednesday 29th March, Wednesday 5th April & Wednesday 12th April 1pm; Saturday 2pm
Ticket: Full $79 | Concession $69 | Under 15 $69 | Preview $69
Buy / Ticket: https://www.seymourcentre.com/event/on-a-clear-day-you-can-see-forever-2023/
Web: https://www.seymourcentre.com/event/on-a-clear-day-you-can-see-forever-2023/
EMail: boxoffice@seymour.sydney.edu.au
Call: 0290615344
On A Clear Day You Can See Forever
In an effort to quit nicotine, David Gamble enlists the services of psychiatrist and hypnosis researcher, Dr Mark Bruckner.

But what begins as a simple regression soon turns into something otherworldly as the doctor discovers inside David the presence of Melinda Welles, a sparkling woman who died tragically a century earlier. As Mark continues to meet with and fall for the scintillating Melinda via David’s subconscious, the unaware David finds that he himself is falling for the handsome doctor—thus creating a comic love triangle with only two bodies.

On A Clear Day You Can See Forever was written for Broadway and adapted into a cult favourite film starring Barbra Streisand. This all-new take, adapted from Alan Jay Lerner and Burton Lane’s original by Jay James-Moody (The Dismissal, Herringbone), is an hilarious and heart-warming comedy of errors, exploring modern themes of sexuality, gender, and ethics in a joyous, fast-paced musical delight.

Quirky, supernatural, and utterly charming, this brand-new adaptation features an outstanding cast including Blake Bowden (Opera Australia’s The Phantom of the Opera), Natalie Abbott (Bell Shakespeare’s The Lovers), Madeleine Jones (STC’s Muriel’s Wedding), James Haxby (9 to 5: The Musical), Lincoln Elliott (Performing Lines/MTC/State Theatre Company South Australia’s Sunshine Super Girl), Billie Palin (Hayes Theatre Co’s Godspell), and Jay James-Moody.

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