The feel-good show brims with energy and humour and is certain to have its family audiences leaving on a high.
Live theatre, music video and rock concert ambience meet in two pacy hours of high-energy fun, rating very high amongst rock musicals I’ve seen on Sydney’s Community Theatre circuit over the years.
The production’s simple but effective set puts the focus rightly on the performances while the 17-piece orchestra, performing live from an adjoining studio, do more than justice to Leonard’s Bernstein’s unforgettable music.
The show is without a doubt a turnabout, unpredictable and stunning masterpiece, as our friends at BMMS continue to improve and impress.
Finally back at home on their new Springwood stage, the Blue Mountains Musical Society opened their production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom Of The Opera to a near sold-out crowd last Saturday, and delivered a performance that earned them a standing ovation.
They sang to a professional standard and maintained their high level of acting so it was very easy to be lost in the story.