Xanadu: Performing Workshops.

Theatre People is giving away a double pass to attend! Just send your name, date of birth and contact info (as well as which day you’d like to attend) to: [email protected] to win!
(Winners will be contacted directly.)
Get exclusive backstage access and work with Christie Whelan – Star of Xanadu.

If you miss out on the freebies, then you can purchase here:


Saturday 9th April
9:15am – 12:30pm
Sunday 10th April
10:15am – 1:30pm
males & females 8 – 25yrs
ONLY $55 per student!

The Grand Xanadu Marquee, Docklands
– Learn professional performance skills used in the show’s creation.
– Work with Christie Whelan and other industry professionals.
– Learn songs and dances from the show.
– Discover the secrets behind the curtain.
– Get discounted tickets and special offers to see the show.
– Gain exclusive insight into the creative process of developing a professional musical.

Other workshop activities will focus on script interpretation and comic timing, dance technique, becoming a confident performer, and audition tips for contemporary musicals. There will also be question and answer opportunities with all industry professionals.

Perfect for a wide range of skill level and experience, from beginners ready to have fun and explore the creative possibilities of the performing arts through to the more experienced looking for an insight into the challenges of the theatre industry.

All students will be split into age appropriate groups.
For more information contact Stage Masters on 9016 8486 or BOOK ONLINE NOW!
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Christie Whelan

Prior to Xanadu The Musical, Christie completed a three week Melbourne season of her one woman show Britney Spears: The Cabaret to sell-out crowds and rave reviews, after 2009 seasons at The Adelaide Cabaret Festival and in Sydney (Sydney Critics Award Nomination).

Prior to this she played the title role in Sugar (Production Company) and earlier this year received a Helpmann Award nomination for her role of Janet Van De Graaf in The Drowsy Chaperone (Melbourne Theatre Company).

In 2005 Christie made her musical theatre debut in Grease: The Arena Spectacular, playing the role of Patti Simcox and understudying the role of Sandy. She was then asked to join the London cast and continue the show in the UK.

On returning to Australia Christie landed the role of April in Stephen Sondheim‟s Company, for which she won the 2008 Sydney Critics Award for Best New Actress.

Other shows include 42nd Street and The Boyfriend (Maisy) for the Production Company; The Rocky Horror Show (in which she understudied and played the role of Janet); the Korean tour of Eurobeat; Starting Here, Starting Now; and The Shakespeare Review. She played Lecy in Bryant/Frank’s new Australian musical Once We Lived Here, receiving a Green Room Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress.