Articles on ‘Lucy Durack’

Lucy’s lunch with a Prince

Wicked star Lucy Durack was amongst the special attendees at a lunch honouring Prince William in Sydney today. Durack joined a number of special guests, including pop singer Delta Goodrem and Australian cricket star Michael Clarke, at the lunch on a beautiful Sydney afternoon. The stunning musical theatre star was spotted chatting with Prince William, who… Read more.


Wicked celebrates performance 500

Last night Wicked celebrated the milestone of 500 performances in Australia. Opening at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre in July 2008, the musical played for 13 months in Melbourne where it broke many records. The musical had the longest season ever at the Regent Theatre, took a record of more than $2.3 million in advance bookings in just three… Read more.


Wicked Day at Taronga

Amanda Harrison and Lucy Durack in Wicked

Wicked is partnering with Taronga Zoo for Wicked Day in 2009. Wicked Day is celebrated worldwide in the last week of October in cities where the musical is playing. It is designed for Wicked  to give something back to the local community. With the strong themes about how humans interact with and how they treat animals in Wicked, Taronga Zoo is an ideal… Read more.


Wicked Breaks Records

Sydney has taken the blockbuster musical Wicked to its heart with huge numbers flocking to the greenified Capitol Theatre to experience this world-wide musical sensation. Wicked has broken all previous weekly box office records for a musical at the Capitol Theatre, grossing $1,473,775.70 in the past week. General Manager of the Capitol Theatre, Graeme Kearns, said: “The Capitol… Read more.


Witches jump on brooms for Sydney

Amanda Harrison and Lucy Durack in Wicked

Wicked has played its last performance at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre, with the mammoth task of moving the show to Sydney now underway.   The musical, which stars Amanda Harrison as Elphaba and Lucy Durack as Glinda, has proved a mammoth success in Melbourne, where it opened in spectacular fashion last July. Producers are hoping Sydney… Read more.



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