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ROLLING THUNDER VIETNAM at Coliseum Theatre, West HQ

Dates

4/3/2020 - 4/4/2020

Theatre

Coliseum Theatre, West HQ


55 Sherbrooke St, Rooty Hill NSW 2766
Sydney,
Phone: 13 28 49


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Rolling Thunder Vietnam, written by Bryce Hallett and directed by David Berthold, is a unique and powerful production comprising vastly experienced musicians led by the esteemed musical director Chong Lim. It combines potent and poetic songs of the 60s and 70s, stunning video footage across four screens and truthful storytelling inspired by interviews with Vietnam War veterans and actual letters.The exhilarating production features many of the greatest rock songs ever written and produced, including classics by Steppenwolf, Joe Cocker, Rolling Stones, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Gladys Knight, Billy Thorpe and Paul Simon. The era of the Vietnam War the worlds first televised war spawned some of the most strident and lyrical songs of the 20th century: Fortunate Son, All Along The Watchtower, The Letter, Magic Carpet Ride, Help Me Make it Through the Night, Born to Be Wild, War, Paint it Black, Killing Me Softly With His Song and Bridge Over Troubled Water.

News About ROLLING THUNDER VIETNAM at Coliseum Theatre, West HQ


ROLLING THUNDER VIETNAM Australian Tour Announces Casting
November 21, 2019

One of the rising stars of the Australian stage, ANNIE AITKEN, has been announced to play the female lead of the country girl/anti-war protestor Sarah in the acclaimed rock music drama Rolling Thunder Vietnam a?" Songs That Defined A Generation.

ROLLING THUNDER VIETNAM Concert To Tour Australia
October 09, 2019

Australian concert drama Rolling Thunder Vietnam a?" Songs That Defined A Generation returns for a strictly-limited tour in March-April 2020, including the Queensland Performing Arts Centre [QPAC] in Brisbane, Hamer Hall in Melbourne and the new Coliseum Theatre in Western Sydney.

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