Celebrating its 10th year, the Underground Opera Company presents another wonderful season of West End to Broadway.

Throughout this production, the audience are whisked away on a journey that explores popular tunes from movie musicals. Some notable numbers include Good Morning from Singin’ In The Rain and Somewhere Over The Rainbow from The Wizard of Oz, along with some modern classics such as A Whole New World from Aladdin and Still Hurting from The Last Five Years. 

Accompanied by the ever-brilliant Brendan Murtagh on keys, the company performed seamlessly to the audience, who were seated in the charming Spring Hill Reservoir.

Hosted by the Underground Opera Company director, Bruce Edwards, the cast performed numerous duos, solos and group numbers all just as wonderful as the next.

The cast consisted of Dale Pengelly, Lionel Theunissen, Louise Dorsman and Pia Frangiosa, who all delivered wonderful performances.

A notable moment was Dorsman’s rather unexpected dance break in the number Anything Goes from Anything Goes. Her comedic chops were showcased throughout the production, especially when performing alongside Theunissen in the hilarious duet The Song That Goes Like This. 

Pengelly charmed the audience with his ‘song and dance man’ expertise whilst Frangiosa delivered a wide variety of vocal performances with grace and charm.

The Underground Opera Company will play the Capricorn Caves in Rockhampton from March 3 -5.

To book tickets head to www.ticketmaster.com.au