Event Mamma Mia!
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Venue Esplanade Lyric Theatre, Singapore, Singapore
First Date 21 September 2004
Last Date 3 December 2004
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional
World Premiere No
Part of a Tour Yes
Description Original musical written by Bjorn and Benny from Abba, this is a funny love story about a feisty forty something single mum and her soon to be wed daughter. It incorporates ABBA songs.
Description Source Other
Primary Genre Music Theatre
Secondary Genre Musical
Subjects Family
Name Function Notes
Natalie Alexopoulos Actor Ali
Rachel Bickerton Actor Ensemble
Tracy Case Actor Ensemble
Alinta Chidzey Actor Ensemble
Rebecca Colafella Actor Ensemble
Grant Durham Actor Ensemble
Bobby Fox Actor Eddie
Esther Hannaford Actor Lisa
Peter Hardy Actor Bill Austin
Glen Hogstrom Actor Ensemble
Aaron Jackson Mendoza Actor Pepper
Louise Kelly Actor Ensemble
Kieron Kulik Actor Ensemble
John O'May Actor Harry Bright
Glen Oliver Actor Ensemble
Ben Osborne Actor Ensemble
Silvie Paladino Actor Donna Sheridan
Christopher Parker Actor Sky
Emma Powell Actor Rosie
Eve Prideaux Actor Ensemble
Glenn Quinn Actor Ensemble
Bruce Roberts Actor Sam Carmichael
Kellie Rode Actor Sophie Sheridan
Paul Ross Actor Ensemble
Damion Scarcella Actor Ensemble
Daniel Slater Actor Ensemble
Melle Stewart Actor Ensemble
Katrina Talbot Actor Ensemble
Ian Toyne Actor Ensemble
Jenny Vuletic Actor Tanya
Helen Walsh Actor Ensemble
Belinda Wollaston Actor Ensemble
Nichola Treherne Assistant Choreographer
Louise Withers Assistant Producer
Gary Young Associate Director
Anthony Van Laast Choreographer
Benny Andersson Composer
Bjorn Ulvaeus Composer
Phyllida Lloyd Director
John Robertson Executive Producer
Howard Harrison Lighting Designer
Benny Andersson Lyricist
Bjorn Ulvaeus Lyricist
Stephen Amos Musical Director
Martin Koch Musical Supervisor
Mark Thompson Set Designer
Bobby Aitken Sound Designer
Andrew Bruce Sound Designer
Catherine Johnson Writer
Text Nationality Sweden
Production Nationality Australia
Data Source
Source Description
Programme Mark Gogoll
Event Identifier 109312