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Wednesday 23rd August 2006 at 10am
 From Figaro to Phantom starring Pot-Pourri
part of Morning Melodies series
Richard Bonynge Concert Hall
Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre,
597 High St Penrith, NSW
All tickets $15 including morning tea.
Morning Tea is from 10am, with the show starting at 11am.
Bookings: 02 4723 7600
Address is opposite Penrith City Council and Library, near Penrith Plaza.  
There is bus drop off, lift and wheelchair access. Free parking is available at the Plaza - tickets need to be validated at the Plaza's information counter after the show.

Wednesday 6th September at 8.15pm  

St Johns Church, Southbank, Melbourne
Melbourne Musicians present
Tania de Jong, Jonathan Morton and Anne Gilby
in Mozart Celebration Gala Performance

MOZART Oboe Quartet in F major, K.370
MOZART Symphony No.37 in G major, K.444
MOZART Arias & Duets from Il Re Pastore, Cosi fan tutte,
Don Giovanni and The Magic Flute
HAYDN Symphony No.83 in G minor, "La poule"
Bookings and enquiries: 03 9817 4211 

Sunday 24th September - Sunday 1st October 2006
Pot-Pourri "LIVE" Season
Chapel off Chapel, 12 Little Chapel St, Prahran, VIC.
plus Special Guests and workshops
Website: Chapel Off Chapel
Enquiries: 03 9682 9689
Bookings: 03 8290 7011 
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Saturday 28th April 2007
Music on the Murray with Pot-Pourri
"Riverfront" - Riverfront Drive, Waikerie, SA
Enquiries: 03 9682 9689  



Saturday 1st April 2006 at 8.00pm
The Rotary Club of Croydon proudly presents
An Enchanted Evening with Pot-Pourri
George Wood Performing Arts Centre, Kalinda Road, Ringwood
Adults $24.00 Pensioners and Students $20.00
Bookings and enquiries: (03) 9725 8108
All proceeds donated to charity.

Sunday 30th April 2006 at 2.45pm
Opera in the Vineyards 
Ballandean Estate  Wines - Vineyard Stage and Parkland
354 Sundown Road, Ballandean QLD
Bookings and enquiries: (07) 4684 1226
Tickets: Lunch and Concert $115, Concert Only $80,
Concert and Dinner Dance $140, All Day $185

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Tully the clown and Dame Elisabeth MurdochMurdoch Institute Children’s Research Fundraising Family Day - Cruden Farm February 2006

Music Theatre Australia was proud to be a contributing sponsor to the circus-themed family day at Cruden Farm.  We were able to provide a program of roving and feature circus acts who kept everyone entertained throughout the day. The tennis court and its natural grassy amphitheatre was transformed into a circus ring for the day and we presented two shows made up of acts such as The Rebound Acrobat from Circus Oz, Bowl Spinning from Tully Fedorowjtsch and wonderful comedy and music from The Great Roscoe who acted as MC for the day.

Around the grounds stilt walkers, jugglers, clowns and jazz musicians entertained the picnickers while our Fairy Face Painters were kept busy with countless little butterflies and blowflies wanting their faces transformed.

Over 1600 people attended the day and the Institute exceeded their expectations raisingover $70,000.





Pirates of the Volvo Ocean Race

Pirates at DocklandsPirates at Docklands

MTA in association with Pescanova, Disney and Events Australia recently produced a customized show that played to 1000 school children and VIP guests at the Melbourne Docklands with the Pirates of the Caribbean world touring yacht as a backdrop.

A cast of piratically-themed roving performers greeted everyone on arrival. With our client’s brief we created a complete script and characters that reflected the ‘pirate’ theme, as well as threading an ‘Australiana’ context through the material. The show kicked off with a traditional Indigenous welcome dance performed by members of the Wurundjeri dance troupe. A scurrilous MC ‘Captain Black’ played by David Gould kept the proceedings flowing as characters such as Steve and Irwin Crikey, Emu Nomads and Koalas, Aussie Tallstars, Bush Remnants and the sporty Lounge Brass Band kept everyone in stitches. A highlight was the appearance of The Warbles, the singing troupe that have been entertaining and delighting children through their work with The Song Room. They concluded the show singing songs from many nations and We are Australian

The client was thrilled with the end result which took two days to bump in and a day to bump out, finishing just before a mighty storm hit the docks, sending everyone flying for cover. Oh, it’s good to be a pirate!

Circus Cabaret Under the Stars on Lake Mulwala in Yarrawonga

Summer Circus Cabaret Under the starsSummer Circus Cabaret at YarrawongaTwo wonderful performances of opera, music theatre, cabaret and circus including amazing aerial acts, balancing, juggling, Chinese pole and mime was performed against the stunning backdrop of Lake Mulwala. With a cast of 12 very talented artists including guest artists Pot-Pourri, this special event was sponsored by Accredited Distributors and Cadbury Schweppes in association with Yarrawonga Mulwala Tourism.  This is a new MTA production following on from the 2005 success of OperaCircus.Yarrawonga Chronicle described the show as "magnificent and spectatcular...the music and circus complemented each other outstanding success!", and commented that audience members said they enjoyed the show more than Pavarotti and The Three Tenors for its sheer entertainment value, warmth and talent on display!