Blame it on the Movies
FRIDAY 2 SEPTEMBER, 8PM
Popcorn in hand! Get ready to relive the greatest movie magic moments of all time in this show stopping music production that celebrates the biggest BLOCKBUSTER soundtracks and all their unforgettable tunes!
From the infectious Footloose to the Cash classics of Walk The Line... From the gorgeous music of Ghost to the toe tapping hits of ABBA featured in the iconic Australian comedy Muriel's wedding - BLAME IT ON THE MOVIES is THE show to see!
Featuring all the songs you know and love performed by Australia's finest musicians and vocalists! From Celine Dion's Oscar winning 'My Heart Will Go On' to Whitney Houston's breathtaking 'I Will Always Love You', there's all the
Bee Gees hits from Saturday Night Fever and the magical sing along moments from Grease, Dirty Dancing, Fame, Flashdance & Moulin Rouge!
This show is fun, fabulous and full of energy and if these iconic songs get stuck in your head.... well just BLAME IT ON THE MOVIES!
ABOUT THE MELBOURNE CAST
Euan Doidge is originally from South Australia and in 2011 moved to Melbourne and completed the Fulltime Music Theatre course at Patrick Studios Australia. Euan’s Theatre credits include Anything Goes (The Production Company) 2011, The Producers (The Production Company) 2012, Paul San Marco in the Australian cast of A Chorus Line (TML Enterprises) 2012 for which he was the youngest ever nominee for the Helpmann Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical.
From 2012 – 2014 Nikos/Padamadan in the Australian tour of Legally Blonde (ATG/GFO/Farrelly Prods), Grease (GFO) understudy of Kenickie and Vince Fontaine, as well as understudying and performing the role of Teen Angel. Marius in the Australian tour of Les Miserables (Cameron Mackintosh/Michael Cassel) 2014 – 2016, Felicia/Adam in Priscilla Queen of the Desert and was the Lead Singer in Burn The Floor (Norwegian Cruise Lines) in 2016 before returning to star in the Australian tour of Kinky Boots (Michael Cassel) as an Angel and also covered the role of Lola which he performed many times to great acclaim. Euan then reprised the role of Felicia in the 2018 Australian tour of Priscilla Queen of the Desert.
He then played the role of Tony Manero in GFO’s Saturday Night Fever in 2019. At the end of 2020 he played the role of Lewis and understudied the lead role of Pippin in Pippin The Musical (GFO) and is now currently performing in Charlie and The Chocolate Factory (QPAC in association with Crossroads live).
Cassie McIvor is an International Vocalist from Melbourne, Australia.
A BAPA grad, Cassie started working overseas as Elphaba in the Universal Studios production of Wicked. With a taste for travel she followed the work and joined Cabaret and Circus shows around the globe including Franco Dragone's (Cirque Du Soleil) show Taboo in Macau and Grand Review Varieté at the Friedrichsbau in Germany.
In London she sang with World and Olympic Ice Skating Champions in Sochi Ice Symphony in Kensington Gardens for the 2012 Olympic Games. She has performed shows at Café de Paris in London, Birdland in NYC, City of Dreams Casino, MGM Grand and headlined the Grand Opening of the Studio City Arena in Macau.
In Tokyo she originated the role of the Diva in Disney's premier show Song of Mirage whilst performing her own jazz shows across Japan. And between these contracts Cassie was a Guest Artist on board Forbes No.1 Luxury Liner, The Europa 2 for HapagLloyd Cruise Lines.
As the pandemic hit Cassie returned to Australia and used her time to complete a course with Berklee College of Music in Songwriting & Music Production.
And most recently she appeared on Channel 7’s The Voice Australia.
COVIDSafe measures apply, including the requirement that all attendees show proof of vaccination status or exemption
Access & Inclusion: This is an accessible, inclusive event for all abilities and demographics. If you need assistance at the venue, please let us know when booking your ticket or contact us directly.
Groups 10 $45
- Music - Contemporary
- 2 September 2022
- 135 minutes
- 8:00 pm
- Hamilton Performing Arts Centre
- The Handbury Auditorium
- All the Family