Australian cabaret stars to 'Razzle Dazzle' Port Douglas
AUSTRALIA’S mega-watt entertainer Jason Coleman and his talented cast of song and dance performers will light up Port Douglas tomorrow as part of their Razzle Dazzle tour.
After visiting Cairns earlier this year with sell-out success, Coleman's highly charged and entertaining new show is back and will wow the Clink Theatre for one-night only on Thursday 9 August.
Razzle Dazzle is a two part, world-class, Broadway inspired show with much loved musical theatre numbers from Cats, Les Mis, Cabaret and Chicago destined to delight audiences of all ages.
The tour kicked off in Ingham last week and was followed by two shows in Mackay.
Coleman, who is the founder, CEO and Artistic Director of Ministry of Dance, said he is very excited to be hitting Port Douglas and will be joined by an incredible cast.
"Did you know that Queensland makes some of the finest dancers in the country,” he said.
“It is well known that I love Queensland dancers and locals know I truly adore the Far North.”
Coleman said he will personally lead the show’s ‘dazzling dancers and sizzling singers’ as they become the two-hour guardians of audience fun in Port Douglas.
“Razzle Dazzle is a little bit naughty but all wrapped up in a whole lot of nice," he said.
"It's a good old-fashioned celebration of song and dance with a fun, Aussie, irreverent, and cheeky cabaret flavour.
“If you have never experienced real cabaret or possibly you may not have had the chance to catch any international musical theatre - I promise you, your husband, your family, and your friends, are sure to have a unique and entertainingly good time with my magic-making, show biz team of artisans.”
Limited tickets are still available for the anticipated 10pm show at the Clink Theatre in Port Douglas on Thursday 9 August.
HOW TO BOOK:
Visit www.paramourtouring.com/port-douglas-qld/ or call the CDT box office at 07 4051 4410. Tickets start at $55.00.
More information can also be found on The Clink Theatre website.
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