Margaret Fulton The Musical
Next date: Saturday, 26 June 2021 | 07:30 PM
As restrictions ease, the capacity permitted inside the Pilbeam Theatre auditorium has increased. This makes it harder to maintain physical distancing in our foyer spaces. Patrons are encouraged to wear a mask while entering and exiting the auditorium, and moving through the foyers. This is not compulsory but recommended by Queensland Health. Regular cleaning of all surfaces and touch points is still being undertaken, and hand sanitiser is available throughout the building for patrons use.
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Book and Lyrics Doug Macleod
Music Yuri Worontschak
Director Aarne Neeme
A musical biography of a true Aussie legend based on her bestselling autobiography, I Sang for my Supper.
Before Margaret Fulton burst into the nation’s kitchens in 1969 with her burnt orange crockpots and chunky stoneware serving dishes, encouraging housewives to try their hand at Nasi Goreng and Apricot Chicken, Australian food was bland, boring and British, or overly fussy, fancy and French!
Margaret Fulton reigned supreme on our country’s cooking scene, awarded an OAM in 1983 and later identified as a National Living Treasure. The Margaret Fulton Cookbook encouraged Australian housewives to experiment with more interesting ingredients, straying from the old tradition of meat and three veg.
This delightful musical romp follows her journey from humble beginnings to super-stardom in a heartwarming musical with a bunch of catchy tunes ranging from blues to pop and jazz to Latin beats which are sure to keep your toes tapping!
One of Brisbane’s most dynamic performers and writers. She is the creator of ‘#FirstWorldWhiteGirls’ (Brisbane Comedy Festival, Melbourne Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe) and a member of Matilda Award-winning cabaret group, Babushka. Judy’s theatre credits include ‘Revolting Rhymes & Dirty Beasts’ and ‘The Narcissist’ , which earned her a Matilda Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress.
Jessica Kate Ryan
Graduated from the Queensland Conservatorium with a BMUS (Musical Theatre) in 2014. Some performance highlights during her studies were as Little Red in ‘Into The Woods’ and Jeanie in ‘Hair’. Since graduating she has performed in ‘Cool Britannia’ , ‘Carrie’ (Wax Lyrical) and ‘Bumpy Angels’ (HOTA), ‘The Wives Of Wolfgang’ (Wonderland Festival) and ‘Cluedo: The Interactive Game’ (Brisbane Immersive Ensemble)
A Bachelor of Musical Theatre graduate from the Queensland Conservatorium. Her roles while training included Rosie in ‘Sweet Charity’, Frenchie in ‘The Life’, and Maria in ‘West Side Story’. Her credit highlights since graduating include performances with Shake & Stir Theatre Company and the Brisbane Immersive Ensemble.
Graduated with a Bachelor of Musical Theatre at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University in 2018. Her highlights included playing Milly in ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’, Mabel in ‘Fame the Musical’, and Amy in ‘Little Women the Broadway Musical’. Paige is thrilled to be making her touring debut in ‘Margaret Fulton- The Musical’ for Jally Entertainment.
A recent graduate of Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University’s Music Theatre program who made his professional debut as Louis Wallace in ‘State of Origin the Musical: The Beginning’. University highlights include – ‘Les Misérables’ (Javert), ‘Personals’ (Brandon) ‘Dog Fight’ (Lounge Singer / Dance Captain) ‘Carousel’ (Billy Bigelow) and ‘West Side Story’ (Dream Ballet Tony)
Conor is a graduate of the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London, UK. Credits include Joe in the Australian tour of ‘Sticks & Stones’ (Brainstorm Productions), Bagheera in ‘The Jungle Book’ (S4K International), Tybalt in ‘Romeo and Juliet’ (Moving Stories) and Aladdin in ‘Aladdin’ (Boogie Management).
Patron advice: Mild adult themes.
Presented by Rockhampton Regional Council. Part of the 2021 See It Live Theatre Season.
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Saturday, 26 June 2021 | 07:30 PM
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