With an equal mix of humour and romance, the Australian production of Singin' In The Rain is everything you could want from musical theatre. The show stoppers are undoubtedly those scenes with the cast showing off their tap dance moves and impressive vocals.
Not forgetting, this is the only performance you will see using an impressive 12,000 litres of recycled water used to create that famous rain scene on stage. (The front two rows of the audience are given raincoats so they don't get wet!)
That said, the costumes and sets really did it for me. The 1920s, is a fashion era I am most fond of, in which the story of Singin' In The Rain is set.
The glamorous costumes worn by blonde airhead lead character Lina Lamont are just stunning. Think; sparkly evening frocks with plenty of sequins, pearls, impressive headpieces and oversized stoles. Lamont is the ultimate Hollywood superstar diva.
The dancing girl performances are just incredible too, as are the outfits worn by those stage actress stunners. Total babes:
I loved everything about Singin' In The Rain, and would see it all over again in a heartbeat. You can see my full review on Meetoo.
Please don't miss out on Singin' In The Rain, the musical. If you are anything like me, you will feast your eyes on those gorgeous vintage-inspired costumes, and adore everything about this incredible all singing, all dancing spectacular.
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Jacket: Tyabb Packing House
Images: credit Jeff Busby