On A Night Like This: The Erin Minogue Experience
On A Night Like This: The Erin Minogue Experience (formerly THE C-SIDE) was commissioned by the Festival of Voices, and played a played a successful developmental season in Hobart in July 2013, at BL-NK in London in January 2014 and most recently, to sold out houses at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival and Queensland Cabaret Festival in June 2014.
In January 2017, On A Night Like this will be part of the Midsumma Festival program at Chapel Off Chapel in Melbourne and MELT Festival at Brisbane Powerhouse.
Cool Britannia premiered at the Brisbane Powerhouse as part of the Queensland Cabaret Festival 2015.
In 2017, Cool Britannia will tour to venues around Australia – details about upcoming performance can be found HERE
Featuring LIZZIE MOORE with CASSIE GEORGE and JESSICA KATE RYAN
Musical Direction by LUKE VOLKER
Illustration by SEAN DOWLING
Coal Miner’s Daughter
An electrifying theatrical tribute to Loretta Lynn and friends.
Coal Miner’s Daughter pays homage to legendary singer Loretta Lynn with look-alike songstress, Amber Joy Poulton, shining the spotlight on one of Country’s most beloved performers. The show also features Lizzie Moore as Patsy Cline and Denis Surmon as Conway Twitty, accompanied by The Holy Men in an evening of mega-hits.
Mark Nadler’s Broadway Hootenanny
PRESENTED BY QUEENSLAND CABARET FESTIVAL, BRISBANE POWERHOUSE AND THEATREMAKERS,
Anything can happen at the Hootenanny, and it usually does. This is a show that is completely created according to the local guest stars the producer provides – always a one-of-a-kind event that is unique to that particular venue and the people who perform there. Throughout it all, Mark Nadler entertains in his inimitable fashion: singing, playing piano and tap dancing as well as keeping the audience in stitches with outrageous comedy.
Mark Nadler’s Broadway Hootenanny began as a mad-cap weekly variety show at the New York City landmark theatrical restaurant, Sardi’s. A favourite event around the world, including a staple performance at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Theatremakers is proud to host Mark’s Brisbane debut.
Featuring special guest Catherine Alcorn, Darren Percival and Lizzie Moore.
Cheek to Cheek: Love Songs in Jazz
Join jazz virtuoso Dan Barnett and musical theatre star Lizzie Moore for an unforgettable performance of the world’s most loved jazz love songs.
Taking a journey from the streets of Paris to twilight in New York City, Cheek to Cheek celebrates ravishing jazz love songs with music from Cole Porter, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Irving Berlin and more. You will transport to a time and a place where the candles glow, the stars fill the sky, and music floats on a summer breeze.
Tuesday 22 & Wednesday 23 March 2016 at 11am
Townville Civic Theatre
Hotly political and deeply personal, Gaybies shares the intimate real-life stories of children from same-sex parents, surrogate mums, donor dads, co-parents and guardians.
Directed by Kris Stewart (Brisbane Powerhouse Artistic Director) and written by Dean Bryant, Lizzie joins an all-star cast of local performers and community members bring to life this funny, charming, heart-warming and inspiring show. This is for everyone who cares for our greatest asset: children.
Wednesday 3 February – Saturday 6 February at the Visy Theatre, Brisbane Powerhouse
Tickets 07 3358 8600 or brisbanepowerhouse.org
Jesus Christ Superstar
presented by The Arts Centre Gold Coast
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic rock opera screams into 2014, re-imagined for a world driven by social media and obsessed with celebrity.
Lizzie performed the role of Mary, alongside Stevie Mac as Jesus, Dash Kruck as Judas, Bob Castro as Herod and Angela Toohey as Pilate
June 20 – 29, 2014
Tasmanian Theatre Company and Bijou Creative
April 18-28, 2013
The Backspace Theatre, Hobart
Live! At The Riviera
Part of Ten Days on the Island
Wrest Point Entertainment Centre
The Dragon Ball
To celebrate the City of Sydney’s Chinese New Year Festival the Dragon Ball, a highlight of the Chinese-Australian community from the 1930s-1970s, was reimagined and recreated in the iconic Sydney Town Hall.
The Dragon Ball featured a 17-piece swing band( lead by Dan Barnett), 4 vocalists (Anthony Costanzo, Lizzie Moore, Chrissy O’Neill and Jonathan Chan), 12 dancers (both swing and breakdancers), 3 Chinese 2-man lions, traditional Chinese instrumentalists, and a guest appearance by keytar superstar Dyan Tai.
Director: Kris Stewart
Choreographer: Christopher Horsey
Scenic & Costume Designers: Alex Sommer & Bradley Clark
Lighting Design: Matt Marshall
Official Dragon Ball website here
Featured on SBS here