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It is 1971. Past and present, dreams and reality collide for one triumphant, haunting and unforgettable night when former members of the "Weismann's Follies" reunite on the eve of their theatre's demolition. Two couples remember their glorious past and face the harsher realities of the present as the shadows of their younger selves remind them of the complicated steps they've danced - both on the stage and throughout their lives.Performers Julie Ross (Phyllis), Mark Hutchinson (Buddy), Maggie Robson (Sally), Teressa Jennings (Salonge), Rueben Kaye (Young Ben), Dympna Messanger (Emily), Jon R Harrison (Ensemble), Jonson Wilkinson (Weissman), Jenny Marie Cooper (Young Hedi), Sam Sadler (Kevin), Sheila Grant (Ensemble), Rachel Dobell (Hedi), Cheryl Neal (Ensemble), Rebecca McDonald (Ensemble), Colin Appleby (Theadore), April Nicholson (Carlotta), Emily Spicer (Ensemble), Mahny Djabanguiri (Stella), Emma Lumsden (Young Sally), Nia Evans (Young Phyllis), Frank Loman (Ben), Leejay Townsend (Young Buddy), Michael Daws (Ruscoe), Ellen Vereniks (Hattie), Sophie Adams (Ensemble), Jessica Stwart (Ensemble).
Author Stephen Sondheim. Author James Goldman. Book by James Goldman. Company All Star Productions. Director Tim McArthur. Musical Director Aaron Clingham.
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