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A Migrant’s Son - Event Cancelled
Date:
Thursday August 13 2020
Time:
8:00PM
Cost:

$35 Full 
$30 Concession 
$30 Group +4 

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To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, Wyndham Cultural Centre events will not be going ahead from Thursday 19 March until further notice.

Ticketholders for events scheduled at the Cultural Centre will receive a full refund, with support available from the Box Office via 8734 6000 or boxoffice@wyndham.vic.gov.au

REFUND INFORMATION:

Patrons who have purchased tickets for cancelled events are entitled to a full refund.  We are working to refund each show in the order in which they were scheduled. We ask you to be patient as we work to refund your tickets as efficiently as possible.

There is no need to contact us, we will use the contact details you provided at the time of purchase to attempt to contact you directly.  Refunds can be processed by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) where possible, or by cheque if preferred.  If we are unable to contact you, a cheque will be sent to the address you have provided.

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Critical Stages

Igniting memories of a story that millions of Australians can relate to, Michaela Burger pays tribute to her Greek migrant family and hard-working, fun and loving father Luke who defied all odds.

From early morning deliveries for the family bakery at age seven, down opal mines in Coober Pedy at age sixteen and opening a chain of discount supermarkets in Adelaide, Luke’s road was not one for the faint-hearted.

Premiering to a sell-out Adelaide Cabaret Festival season, nominated for a Helpmann Academy Award and winner of the inaugural Frank Ford Award at the 2019 Adelaide Fringe, this critically-acclaimed work conveys an incredible true story through original music written and performed by Burger alongside a local Wyndham community choir.

“Burger’s emotionally powered narrative of her family’s history was one the most passionate and heartfelt I’ve seen in any cabaret show.” – Arts Review

★★★★★ “Burger is extraordinary. A singer who can act and an actor who can elevate an audience out of itself into the middle of the story she is conveying” – Glam Adelaide

Ages 13+.  

75 minutes with no interval.

Wheelchair access.

Writer & Composer: Michaela Burger
Director: Jane Packham
Musical Director and Choral Arrangements: Carol Young
Music Producer/Arranger: Dave Higgins
Dramaturgs: Sally Hardy & Elena Carapetis
Song Development: Jethro Woodward
Costumes: Artemis Sidiropoulou
Lighting Design: Tom Bayford
Image credit: Anne-Laure Marie

Make the most of your visit to Wyndham Cultural Centre and enjoy a drink or some snacks from the bar before the show. The venue and Box Office will open one hour prior to the start of the performance.