Ticket to the Moon Management are thrilled to announce that the power punch of a musical; Music of the Night – one composer, many lyricists, will kick off the 2022 season of the enchanting and popular pocket sized venue, Centurion Theatre, running for a limited season from February 24th – March 5th.
Tiaan Kirsten-Lubbe, Director of Marketing and Operations at Centurion Theatre, states enthusiastically;
“We are very excited, as a well-known and well-loved live music venue in Centurion, to finally branch out our repertoire of hosted events with the first ever hosted musical on our stage!”
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“As new management, our goal when we accepted the challenge of running a theatre mid and post pandemic, was to focus on the revival of the Arts. And we mean ALL forms of the Arts. We are therefore so excited and honoured to host Music of the Night’ as a powerful and amazing start to our season! We’ll be singing along in the back too!”
Four premier musical theatre performers; Craig Urbani, Carly Graeme, Adrian Galliard and Stephanie Baartman, while also introducing Emma-Jean Galliard, is the stellar cast gathered to take audiences out on the musical theatre highway.
They’re ready to thrill audiences with a hit-filled musical revue that presents a special take on the very many lyricists who have adorned the musical notes of the iconic musical theatre composer, Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Music of the Night will be a unique take on the musical numbers instantly recognisable from the lyricists audiences know and love; including Sir Tim Rice, Don Black , Sir Richard Stilgoe, Charles Hart, Glenn Slater and others, with fresh new arrangements ideally suited for the talented cast.
Audiences will delight as Craig Urbani turns on the charm with his rendition of Sunset Boulevard, then next giving us a amusing tongue-in-cheek rendition of King Herod’s Song from Jesus Christ Superstar.
Carly Graeme, having starred in Starlight Express and Boys In The Photograph, delivers an enchanting Don’t Cry For Me Argentina with a Spanish flair, while the sultry, jazzy tones of Stephanie Baartman singing Memory will immediately captivate you.
Father-and-daughter internet and YouTube sensation Adrian and Emma-Jean Galliard will entice you with a well-loved classic Any Dream Will Do while Emma-Jean’s Pie Jesu will take your breath away.
And so much more….
All packaged into a non-stop 90-minute gift box of musical treats.
Musical Staging is by Joubert Jonker, with Musical Direction by Clifford Cooper and lighting by Jane Gosnell .
Centurion Theatre offers an intimate outing , just off the highway from the Botha Avenue Off-ramp, situated between Johannesburg and Tshwane, safe secure parking on the grounds and its own well stocked bar.
The theatre has a strict No Mask, No Entry policy, making a trip to Centurion Theatre a stress-free experience .
Performances of Music of the Night run at Centurion Theatre from Thursdays – Saturdays, over a limited two week season from 24th February – 5th March 2022.
- Thursday, Fridays & Saturdays at 19h30
- Matinees Saturday at 16h00
Tickets range from R190 to R275 and Bookings are online at Quicket,
Centurion Theatre kickstarts the tour of Music of the Night, with Johannesburg following in March and other cities around South Africa currently being finalised. Additional information will be provided as details are confirmed.
Music of the Night – one composer, many lyricists is produced by Colin Law for Ticket to The Moon Management.
JOHANNESBURG DATE CHANGE:
It’s Raining, It’s Pouring….
Due to the unprecedented and unexpected high levels of rain that has continued to fall in Johannesburg since December, with seemingly no end in sight, Producer Colin Law has needed to take the difficult decision to MOVE the Johannesburg dates to March for Music of the Night.
The new season will still be staged at The Dome, situated on the grounds of the National School of Arts (NSA) as originally planned.
The new Johannesburg dates will be 17 – 20 March 2022.
Performances will be Thursday – Saturday at 19h00 and Sunday at 16h00
Tickets are R250 and Bookings are through Computicket.
A “rain day” will be scheduled for Monday 21 March should inclement weather interrupt any of the Johannesburg dates.
Patrons who already have tickets booked for the January/February dates for The Dome in Johannesburg will be contacted directly by Computicket for arrangements to be made to move their booking or attain a refund.
The producers apologise for any inconvenience caused, but this decision has needed to be made in the best interest of comfort for both the cast and audiences attending the performances.
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