Sunday 31 December
From 27 December
Wed & Thu Eve
Fri & Sat Eve
Wednesday 27 Dec
Thursday 28 Dec
1:00 PM & 7:30 PM
Concession and Children's pricing is available for Tuesday - Thursday performances only.
Child: aged 2-15 years
Concession applies to Pensioner and Senior Card holders, please present card upon arrival.
$59.90 – $139.90
$59.90 – $89.90
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Dream Lover is NOW PLAYING at Arts Centre Melbourne, State Theatre, only until 4 March. No extension possible.
“Spectacular, 4.5 Stars. Dream Lover Hits all the High Notes" Herald Sun
"A fantastic show, a winner, a truly great production” 3AW
"David Campbell is Mesmerising” Weekend Notes
“A brilliant story with brilliant music and a brilliant cast” Noise 11
“A truly spectacular show” Classic Melbourne
DREAM LOVER reveals the extraordinary story of legendary singer, songwriter and actor Bobby Darin.
Starring David Campbell, Marina Prior and Hannah Fredericksen as Sandra Dee, plus Martin Crewes, Marney McQueen and Rodney Dobson.
Directed by Simon Phillips, the show presents great hits from the 50s and 60s including Mack The Knife, Beyond the Sea and the multi-million-seller Dream Lover.
This musical captures the glamour and passion of the big band era, the Rat Pack in Vegas and the Golden Age of Hollywood – a time of trail-blazing stars, knock-out fashions and life-changing events.
Featuring a sensational cast with over 40 on stage including an 18-piece big band, DREAM LOVER – THE BOBBY DARIN MUSICAL is a big show with a big score and a big heart.
Don’t miss DREAM LOVER - THE BOBBY DARIN MUSICAL: a true story stranger than fiction and far beyond the song.
MELBOURNE’S SUMMER MUSICAL
Exclusive to the Arts Centre Melbourne ONLY UNTIL 4 MARCH
Based on an
original concept and stage play by Frank Howson and John Michael Howson
Adapted for the stage by Frank Howson with Simon Phillips and Carolyn Burns