When “Dancing Queen: A Tribute to ABBA” comes to the stage at the Great Lake Centre on December 19, residents of Taup will have the opportunity to get into the holiday spirit by dancing their way into the celebration.
Coming all the way from Australia, this well-known show will make its first appearances in New Zealand since 2020. It will spend the next 46 days performing at a staggering 33 different venues all around the country.
Alongside Australian Zac Coombs, who plays the part of Bjorn, and South African Giselle Bouwer and André Behnke, who play Anni-Frid and Benny, respectively, the production welcomes a new cast member from the United Kingdom named Jess Driver to play the character of Agnetha.
Showtime’s Executive Producers The recent pandemic in Australia caused a forced “downtime,” which the country used to rework the production of the event so that even repeat visitors will find it to be interesting and exciting.
According to vocalist Bouwer, “Abba is well-known for having those catchy classic tracks that never grow old, so it’s a show that’s difficult to get bored of.”
Over the course of each night’s performance, the show will feature more than two hours’ worth of Abba’s most popular songs, all of which will be played live on stage by a carefully selected eight-piece international cast, with world-class staging and visuals to match the music.
Songs like “Mamma Mia,” “Dancing Queen,” “Waterloo,” “Knowing Me Knowing You,” “Money Money Money,” “Super Trouper,” “SOS,” “Fernando,” “Voulez-Vous,” “Gimme Gimme Gimme,” “Chiquitita,” “The Winner Takes It All,” and “Thank You for the Music” are all on the set list. These songs are sure to turn each performance into a
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