Caroline O'Connor Returns For One Night Only At The Darlinghurst Theatre Company
After her recent sold out Up Close & Intimate Cabaret, the extraordinary Caroline O'Connor returns to Darlinghurst Theatre Company for a special encore performance on Friday 12 April at 7.30pm, accompanied by Musical Director Daniel Edmonds.
Adored by fans around the world, Caroline O'Connor has carved an impressive career in Australia, on Broadway and in London's West End, starring in a string of iconic Broadway musicals including Chicago, Anything Goes, West Side Story, Gypsy, Funny Girl and Sweeney Todd. With a songbook as rich as they come, experience Caroline's favourite show tunes, ballads and epics showstoppers up close and intimate.
Hurry! Tickets are strictly limited. Book now at: www.darlinghursttheatre.com/whats-on/caroline-oconnor-up-close-and-intimate or call (02) 8356 9987.
Caroline O'Connor is an Australian theatre legend, critically acclaimed both on Broadway and the West End. Her multi-award winning roles include Velma Kelly in Chicago in Australia, London's West End and on Broadway, Anita in West Side Story, Reno in Anything Goes, Edith Piaf in Piaf and Judy Garland in the world premiere of End of the Rainbow at the Sydney Opera House. She is also known for her memorable turn as 'Nini Legs in the Air' in Baz Luhrmann's Academy Award winning film Moulin Rouge. In January 2010 Caroline made her New York nightclub debut with her one-woman show The Girl from Oz at the legendary Birdland jazz club, returning later that month due to popular demand. In 2011 Caroline performed the role of Mrs Lovett in the Paris production of Sweeney Todd at the Théâtre du Châtelet. In 2018, Sydney audiences saw Caroline in her one-woman show From Broadway with Love at the City Recital Hall, and in Funny Girl and Candide at the Sydney Opera House. Most recently Caroline starred as Mari in Darlinghurst Theatre Company's record-breaking production of The Rise and Fall of Little Voice. Caroline will shortly embark on a national tour in From Broadway to La Scala, before starring as Aurora in Kiss of the Spider Woman for the Melbourne Theatre Company.