I Will Survive stars headline at Broadway Unplugged next week

Broadway Unplugged, Sydney’s favourite industry event is back this month with some high profile featured artists and more opportunities for up and coming performers!

Tom Sharah will star in It's Raining Me. Image supplied
Tom Sharah will perform at Broadway Unplugged next week. Image supplied

Tom Sharah and Rohan Senior from Channel 10’s TV series I Will Survive will both be presenting a featured set next Monday 25 March at the Vanguard in Newtown.

Broadway Unplugged & Aussie Theatre’s ‘Project X’ finalists Coral Mercer-Jones and Charlotte Kerr will also take to the stage in the featured segment to present a 15 minute set of material.

Each Broadway Unplugged event is divided into two segments – the featured performers (listed above) who will open the evening and an ‘open-mic’ event, filled by registration only.

Open-mic participants have the chance to compete in Broadway Unplugged and AussieTheatre.com’s ‘Project X’, giving them the opportunity to win a featured set at Broadway Unplugged and a fully produced solo show.

Launched just over 8 months ago in Sydney, Broadway Unplugged has now expanded into a three state affair, with events now launched in Brisbane and Melbourne. Australia has an industry that is rich with talent and Broadway Unplugged in conjunction with AussieTheatre aims to support those working in the music theatre industry.

For more information on the event visit www.broadwayunplugged.com.au

Broadway Unplugged – 25 March 2013

The Vanguard
42 King Street, Newtown

$10 general / $15 Reserved Seating / $45 dinner and show (includes main meal) www.thevanguard.com.au

Doors open at 7pm, features commence at 8pm and open mic kicks off at 9:30pm

Erin James

Erin James is AussieTheatre.com's former Editor in Chief and a performer on both stage and screen. Credits include My Fair Lady, South Pacific and The King and I (Opera Australia), Love Never Dies and Cats (Really Useful Group), Blood Brothers (Enda Markey Presents), A Place To Call Home (Foxtel/Channel 7) and the feature film The Little Death (written and directed by Josh Lawson).

Erin James

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