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Based on the original story Auntie Mame
by Patrick Dennis. Newly orphaned Patrick sets out to find his only living relative - Auntie Mame - only to find her penthouse apartment full of colourful characters enjoying a huge party. Eccentric but endearing Auntie Mame takes him in and Patrick's upbringing is never quite the same again! This funny yet touching show includes the title song Mame, arguably one of the most spectacular chorus numbers ever written.Performers Tracie Bennett (Mame|), Harriet Thorpe (Vera), Tim Flavin, Chase Brown (Older Patrick), Grace Chapman (Gloria Upson), Lauren Chia (Pegeen Ryan), Soo Drouet (Mother Burnside/Madame Branislowski), Jessie May (Agnes Gooch), Hugh Osborne (Dwight Babcock), Lewis Rae (M Lindsay Woolsey), Pippa Winslow (Mrs Upson/Sally Cato), Benjamin Wong (Ito), Liam Wrate (Junior Babcock), Harry Cross (Young Patrick - some dates), Isaac Lancel-Watkinson (Young Patrick - some dates), Lachlan White (Young Patrick - some dates), Jabari Braham, Aston Newman Hannington, India Thornton.
Music Jerry Herman. Lyrics Jerry Herman. Book by Jermoe Lawrence. Book by Robert E Lee. Producer Aria Entertainment. Producer Hope Mill Theatre. Director Nick Winston. Choreographer Nick Winston.
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