Performed by the cream of Australia’s musical theatre and pop talent, Disney Under The Stars will feature David Campbell, Harrison Craig, Lucy Durack, Ricki-Lee along with celebrated musical director Chong Lim, his band and orchestra, performing in Sydney, Parramatta, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Proudly sponsored by Target, Disney Under the Stars will showcase the incredible voices of our stellar cast in contemporary and traditional performances of Disney’s rich repertoire of musical theatre and pop songs. Featuring hits from Frozen, The Lion King, Beauty & the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Mary Poppins and many more.
From ‘On The Steps’ of the Sydney Opera House, the banks of the Brisbane River, Melbourne’s magnificent Sidney Myer Music Bowl and the newly refurbished The Crescent at Parramatta Park, these shows promise to be the musical events of summer and definitely not to be missed.
Reserved seats as well as general admittance for seating on the grass (or steps) will be available for all shows and tickets with prices starting from $69.90.
Lauded as one of Australia’s most versatile entertainers, David has achieved success in musical theatre, radio and television both locally and internationally. Currently, David is the co-host of Mornings for the Nine Network and presents the weekend afternoon show on Nova Entertainment’s Smooth FM Network.
Taking out the second series of The Voice Australia in 2013, Harrison made his mark on Australia with a series of compelling performances. He has since launched two studio albums and has had three songs feature in the ARIA Singles Chart Top 10.
A leading lady of stage and screen, Lucy has a list of major roles to her credit. Most recently, Lucy starred as Glinda the Good Witch in the original Australian cast of Wicked, Katie Morgan in the feature film Now Add Honey and Elle Woods in Legally Blonde The Musical. Lucy has created a number of audiobooks and hosts a radio show called My Soundtrack, available to be podcast on the ABC website.
Since rising to fame in 2004 on Australian Idol in 2004, Ricki-Lee has become a household name and is one of Australia’s most-loved pop talents. The ARIA-nominated songwriter has sold more than a million records worldwide from her multi-platinum and gold selling albums. Ricki-Lee was a mentor alongside Seal in The Voice Australia in 2012 and was runner up in Dancing With The Stars Australia in 2014.