Mamma Mia!

National Theatre Melbourne, St Kilda

About Mamma Mia!

 A Greek Island…a girl searching for her father…three potential candidates…a dazzling trio of women belting out fabulous tunes…flares, frills, fluro, wedge heeled boots…and the catchiest collection of hit after hit by a certain Swedish pop band of the 70s and 80s. What else could it be ????

MAMMA MIA! is a chance to relive all those fabulous hits packed within an irresistible story and finished off with a megamix that will blow the roof off the National Theatre. Join us in October 2019, as we pay tribute to the legendary ABBA, whose timeless songs are loved by those aged 9 or 90 – and every decade between.

Director/Choreographer: Craig Wiltshire
Musical Director: Tony Toppi

Costume Designer: Brian Misson
Set Designer: Sally Martin
Lighting Designer: Brad Alcock
Sound Designer: Marcello Lo Ricco
Hair/Make Up Designer: Natalie Della Grazia

Donna Sheridan  |  Rosa McCarty
Sophie Sheridan  |  India Morris
Tanya Cresham-Leigh  | Pam Christie Birkett
Rosie Mulligan  | Carolyn Waddell
Sam Carmichael  | Ric Birkett
Harry Bright  | Barry Tudor
Bill Austin  | Rick Howden
Sky  | Luke Bortignon
Ali  | Charlotte Page
Lisa  | Breanna Stuart
Pepper  | Mitchell Groves
Eddie  | Chris Rogers

ENSEMBLE
Rachel Andrew, Natalie Artis, Luke Aspinall, Jessica Carson, Kaiyah Chadwick, Grace Cisilin, Cait Coffey-Wong, Crysten Daniells, Kahlia Davis, Natasha Dyson, Scott England, Cara Hamilton, Chloe Hancock, Alyssa Hopkins, Matt Jakowenko, James Kaiser, Kristi Lenton, Jason Mackey, Jay Miller, Sophie Smith

Mamma Mia Video

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CLOC Musical Theatre
presents

MAMMA MIA!

MUSIC AND LYRICS BY BENNY ANDERSSON, BJÖRN ULVAEUS
AND SOME SONGS WITH STIG ANDERSON
BOOK BY CATHERINE JOHNSON
ORIGINALLY CONCEIVED BY JUDY CRAYMER

October 11 -26, 2019

The National Theatre Melbourne
20 Carlisle St, St Kilda

Licensed exclusively by Music Theatre International (Australasia).
All performance materials supplied by Hal Leonard Australia.