Win a double pass to see Mack and Mabel

Friday 18th November

7.30pm at the Hayes Theatre, Potts Point, NSW

 

To enter simply email [email protected] with your name and why you want to see Mack and Mabel.

Competition closes midnight Sunday 6th November.

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Scott Irwin and Angelique Cassimatis

 

Working Management in association with Hayes Theatre Co presents Mack & Mabel

Book by Michael Stewart
Music by Jerry Herman

Based on an idea by Leonard Speigelglass

Director: Trevor Ashley
Choreographer: Cameron Mitchell
Musical Director: Bev Kennedy
Set Designer: Ross Wallace
Costume Designer: Angela White
Lighting Designer: Gavan Swift
Casting Director: Lisa Campbell
Producer: Wendy Richards
Production Manager: Laura Daniels
Stage Manager: Skye Murphy

Starring Scott Irwin and Angelique Cassimatis

Mack & Mabel, the much loved musical by legendary Broadway composer Jerry Herman will premiere at Hayes Theatre Co on 18th November for a strictly limited four week season.

Featuring classic Broadway standards including ‘Time Heals Everything’, ‘I Won’t Send Roses’, ‘Wherever He Ain’t’ and ‘Look What Happened to Mabel’, this iconic score will be brought to life by an incredible cast headed by Scott Irwin as Mack Senett, Angelique Cassismatis and featuring Deone Zanotto.

Directed by Trevor Ashley with Choreography by Cameron Mitchell, Mack & Mabel tells the story of silent movie director Mack Sennett and iconic silent movie star Mabel Normand. In a series of flashbacks, Mack recalls the glory days of Keystone Studios, when he discovered Mabel in 1911, her rise to stardom, their love affair and, ultimately, her tragic death.

 

Friday 18th November to Sunday 18th December, 2016

Performances: 

Tuesday – Friday 7.30pm | Saturday 2.00pm & 8.00pm | Sunday 2.00pm & 7.00pm
Wednesday 30 November 1.00pm

Prices:

Previews $70.00 18-24 November
Tues – Thurs $70.00
Fri-Sun $80.00

Running time: Approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes including interval

Photography by Kurt Sneddon

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