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Bunbury Musical Comedy Group presents

Aspects of Love (New Lyric Theatre)

Friday 8 May 08:00 PM
Saturday 9 May 08:00 PM
Sunday 10 May 02:00 PM
Friday 15 May 08:00 PM
Saturday 16 May 08:00 PM
Sunday 17 May 02:00 PM

VENUE: New Lyric Theatre

Perhaps not as well-known as Andrew Lloyd Webber's many other musicals such as Cats, Phantom of the Opera, Evita or Sunset Boulevard - to name but a few - Aspects of Love contains all the elements portrayed in his vast repertoire of musicals.

Adapted from the novel by David Garnett, this is the first time this musical has been staged by a community theatre in Western Australia. It is a love story revolving around convoluted and fragile relationships encompassing powerful music, strong characters and tender moments.

The show features Rose Vibert (a struggling but ambitious French actress), Alex (a young Englishman infatuated with Rose), Alex's uncle George Dillingham (an English artist), and his mistress Giulietta (a widowed Italian sculptress). As the years pass and relationships change we see the introduction of Jenny, Rose's daugher. With troubled desire and tangled emotions in perilous desgiance of the barriers of age, such as the 'aspects of love'.

With an experienced production team of Maureen Eaton (directr), Gordon Tayler (musical director/conductor), Jake Newby (set & lighting designer), Jeannette Spragg (stage manager) and a cast and crewt of 30, the intimate New Lyric Theatre is the perfect venue to bring Aspects of Love to local audiences... Love, Love Changes Everything.