Three Divas and a Queen proudly presents the Last Five Years, an emotionally powerful and intimate musical about two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in and out of love over the course of five years. The show’s unconventional structure consists of Cathy, telling her story backwards while Jamie, tells his story chronologically.
The show has had a handful of productions in New Zealand and arrives on the Palmerston North stage for the first time ever, with only five shows. Starring local performers and musicians and proudly supported by Palmerston North Creative Communities Scheme and a number of other local businesses.
Directed by Chris McRae
Musical Direction by Kane Parsons
Starring Chelsea Sheehan-Gaiger and Cody McRae
Tickets on sale now: https://nz.patronbase.com/_GlobeTheatre/Productions/TL5Y/Performances
What do you get when you combine vodka shots, an in-the-closet groom and The Backstreet Boys? The messiest Bachelor Party of all time, of course. Bachelor Party is a comedic cabaret that combines all of your jukebox guilty pleasures and five larger-than-life characters in a story of everything that could go wrong on one of the best nights of a man’s life.
From toilet paper-wedding dresses to a Magic Mike show down, this will be a night to remember. With only two shows and limited seats, get in quick to see the boys standoff in a drunken sing off and a naughty joke or two.
Written and Directed by Chelsea Sheehan-Gaiger.
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This June, Shortland Street the Musical, the laugh-out-loud spoof comedy, bursts on to the Centrepoint stage. The original 1st & 2nd seasons of NZ’s national TV show are hilariously re-hashed into a live 2 hour epic that will take you straight back to the 90’s. Doctors commit adultery, teenagers get struck by lightning, a whole bus full of rugby players might perish… and is that really a picture of Harry’s p#$@%!?
Featuring Dr. Ropata, fresh from Guatemala. Dr. Chris Warner in his seductive prime… plus a cast of car jackers, money launderers, addicts, arsonists, killers and ACT voters.
“A perfect, entertaining, rib-tickling night at the theatre that will manage a smile out of every soap cynic there is.” – NZ Herald
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