Music of the Night – one composer, many lyricists – will kick off 2022 at the Centurion Theater, for a limited season from February 24 to March 5, 2022.
Five leading musical theater artists – Craig Urbani, Carly Graeme, Adrian Galliard, Stephanie Baartman and Emma-Jean Galliard, come together to take audiences on the musical theater highway.
Music of the Night – One Composer, Many Lyricists, will kick off the 2022 season of the enchanting and popular pocket theatre, Centurion Theatre, for a limited season from February 24 to March 5.
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Audiences will be thrilled as Urbani turns on the charm with his rendition of sunset boulevardand then giving us an amusingly ironic rendition of King Herod’s song from Jesus Christ Superstar.
Tickets range from R190 to R275 and reservations are online at Quicket.
I spoke to Urbani last week before these series of shows:
Dress in other people’s clothes and talk very loudly while trying not to bump into furniture. Oh, and sometimes I may have to sing.
Music is everything. This is how I remember, live and define all the important moments in my life. They all have a soundtrack.
Feelings. Unless I’m playing, it’s about playing the right notes in the right order.
Only for today.
Keep all the nonsense they say about you in perspective while trying to remember who and what is really important.
I can’t be bothered anymore.
Mean and divisive people. Oh, and Crocs.
I can be anywhere after spending time with my daughter. After the time spent with her, I am more alive and able to create.
The live show. I am doing what I was born to do in its purest form.
The show must continue.
If you can think of it, it happened. Collapsing sets, power outages, forgetting my lines, people forgetting their lines, actors not showing up for a cue, sound disasters… you name it.
Anyone who manages to get up and do it every day with a certain amount of positivity, humanity and kindness.
My mother. Maybe it’s just because I know his story. To endure what she has and to do it with this quiet strength, this gentle nature and this immense grace is extremely admirable.
My guitar. As long as I have that, I can create, feel, perform and make money.
Stage version of the Rocky Horror Show.
I’m tall enough. Who helps.
None that I know of.
Clumsy, silly, blessed, funny and a clown.
modern love and Brooklyn nine nine.
I love biographies. I am currently reading the biographies of Siya Kolisi and Johnny Clegg.
Oh man by Buddy Holly.
My family and friends.
Take my daughter to Japan.
Live every moment fully.
Don’t sweat the small stuff.
The one I’m currently on – life.
I have been involved in a few charities. I love to sing for retirees and I have also done a lot with 67 covers.
To be a good father, to be happy and to make others happy. Oh, and money, more money please.
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