Performing Arts

New York style cabaret concert, featuring Rachael Beck heads to The Regal

This Girl, a New York style cabaret concert starring Australia’s darling of musical theatre, Rachael Beck, is coming to The Regal Theatre.

This Girl, a New York style cabaret concert starring Australia’s darling of musical theatre, Rachael Beck, is coming to The Regal Theatre at 8pm on Friday 4th June followed by a matinee at 2:30pm on Saturday 5th June.

Heart-warming, funny and full of gossip, Rachael cruises from Sondheim to Jason Robert Brown with songs ranging from Running up that Hill, to I Dreamed a Dream to The Stars and the Moon.

Rachael Beck’s This Girl is an enchanting insight into the life of a lady who has been in the limelight since the tender age of 13. We travel with Beck through her formative years, where she was seemingly unbeatable at the local eisteddfods with her Sesame Street inspired routine, through her child prodigy years in CATS, onto her ‘girl-next-door’ phase in Hey Dad! and beyond.

Widely remembered for her award-winning role as Belle opposite Hugh Jackman in Beauty and the Beast, which won the 1996 ARIA Award for the Best Australian Soundtrack/Cast/Show Release.  Her outstanding credits include her Green Award nominated performance as ‘Fantine’ in Les Miserables and ‘Rumpleteaser’ in Cats, both produced by Cameron Mackintosh.​

Rachael’s further expansive theatre credits include ‘Peg Hartigan’ in Summer Rain directed by Robyn Nevin, Secret Bridesmaid’s Business, as ‘Fredrika’ in A Little Night Music,  ‘Lady Mortimer’ in Henry IV for The Sydney Theatre Company and Me and My Girl – which toured Australia and New Zealand for the Adelaide Festival and for The Production Company Rachael’s credits include The Pyjama Game, Call Me Madam and Big Hair in America. 

Her other credits include Eureka for Essgee Entertainment, directed by Gale Edwards; ‘Sally Bowles’ in IMG’s Cabaret, directed by Sam Mendes; ‘Kathy Selden’ in Singing in the Rain directed by David Atkins, earning her a Mo Award nomination and ‘Maria’ in The Gordon/Frost Organization/SEL production of The Sound of Music.  In 2013 Rachael toured nationally with the TML enterprises production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang as Truly Scrumptious. Rachael performed the role of the Narrator in Joseph and His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat for the Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School, Directed by Darren Yap with Musical Direction by Max Lambert.  

Previously appearing as ‘Lisa Parker’ in Home & Away, Rachael’s screen credits include City Homicide, Stingers, Mercury, The Feds, This Man This Woman, GP, Flying Doctors, and Hey Dad. 

This will be a night to remember!

Book here.

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