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text: Q and A series You Can Ask That Musical Theatre 12 August

You Can Ask That: Musical Theatre

Throughout Semester, Union House Theatre’s technical team are running a series of live ‘You Can Ask That’ Q&A sessions via Zoom.

Join the UHT team to talk about the magical, all singing, all dancing world of Musical Theatre.

Special guests include Australian Musical Theatre performer Natalie O’Donnell (Mamma MiaNext to Normal) and Annie Gleisner (President of the Uni Melb Musical Theatre Assoc – UMMTA).

Don’t miss this fun chat and your chance to ask all the things you’ve ever wanted to know! All welcome.

Hosted by UHT’s Production and Venue Manager Khat Kerr.

When: Wed 12 Aug, 2:30pm
Where: Zoom 
Cost: Free!
Register: ycatmusical.eventbrite.com.au
Facebook event


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About Natalie O’Donnell:
Natalie
 has appeared in many musical & theatre productions both locally and internationally.
She has performed leading roles with the Sydney Theatre Company;The Melbourne Theatre Company; Malthouse Theatre; Arena Theatre Company: The Production Company, and played the role of ‘Donna’ in the 2017/18 Australian Tour of Mamma Mia (Louise Withers and Associates) receiving a 2018 Helpmann award nomination, and 2019 Greenroom nomination for Best Actress in a Musical.
Other highlights include ‘Diana’ in ‘Next to Normal’ – Doorstep Productions/Hayes theatre and ‘Viola’ in Twelfth Night for Essential Theatre
Television credits include: The Doctor Blake Mysteries; Mako: Island of Secrets; Mr & Mrs Murder; Rush; Satisfaction; All Saints. She has also appeared alongside Nia Vardalos and Richard Dreyfuss in the romantic comedy, My Life in Ruins and in the independent Australian film Taj.
Passionate about the arts as a platform to empower communities, create empathy and drive change, Natalie is also a producer with the award winning arts and social change organisation Big hART.


Participation is open to all University of Melbourne students.

If you have any questions email uht@union.unimelb.edu.au or call 83446975

Accessibility is very important at UHT. Please contact us so we can provide you with the right support to participate in this activity.