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Jubilee takes you on a right-royal 1930's romp through early celebrity culture. The story tells of a fictional royal family who, when an immanent revolution threatens their throne, decide to relinquish their responsibilities and pursue their dreams: the King sets off and meets socialite Eva Standing; the Queen becomes infatuated by the swimmer-come-actor Charles Rausmiller; the Prince pursues singer Karen O'Kane; and the Princess is charmed by playwright, composer and actor Eric Dare. When it becomes clear that the impending uprising is nothing more than a hoax, how do the royals react, do they succumb to duty or continue to pursue passion and freedom...?Performers Denis Quilley, Kitty Carlisle Hart, Frank Thornton, Howard Ellis, Stephen Lloyd-Morgan, Paul Hayward, Charles Baker, Jonathan Panton, Andrew Keelan, Sylvia Griffin, Sophie Wylie, Vivienne Martin, Gavin Lee, Sarah Payne, David Firth, Sally Ann Triplett, Elizabeth Counsell, Teresa Revill, Elizabeth Menenzes, Anthony Cable, Sarah Crowden, David Malek, Angela Henkel.
Author Cole Porter. Book by Moss Hart. Director Ian Marshall Fisher. Conductor Kevin Amos. Director Jason Carr (assistant music). Choreographer Gavin Lee.
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