Jesus Christ Superstar

OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2018 (event passed)
THE QUARRY AMPHITHEATRE, CITY BEACH, WA.

From the team that brought you We Will Rock You Perth comes
🎆 JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR 🎆 in November 2018 at The Quarry Amphitheatre.

A rock masterpiece that has wowed audiences for over 40 years, JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR is a timeless and extraordinary production. Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s global phenomenon exploded onto the stage in 1971 and changed the world of musicals forever.

This, the greatest story ever told, is based on the last week of Jesus’s life. Propelled by a stirring score, by tunes driving and majestic, satirical and tender, JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR illuminates the transcendent power of the human spirit with a passion that goes straight to the heart.

Enjoy a night under the stars with the stars in this ultimate theatrical experience.

STARRING: 

  • Sam Rabbone (The Voice Australia) as Judas

  • Clay Darius (AViiDA and The Voice Australia) as Simon Peter

  • Jamie Mercanti (Slim Jim Enterprises) as Pilate


AND INTRODUCING:

  • Vin Trikeriotis as Jesus

  • Genevieve Wilson as Mary

  • Paul Whitehead as Herod


"Too many highlights to mention them all but for me Trikeriotis’s Gethsemane was jaw dropping tonight, Rabonne’s Judas was outstanding throughout and Mercanti’s Pilate simply brilliant.  From the fantastic live band, the dancers & festival goers, all the principles, through to the production and direction (Trevor & Katrina Patient), everything was top class.”

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- The Rockpit

“Vin Trikeriotis brings stunning vocals to our rock star Jesus Christ, leading the cast in a confident and impressive performance. Jamie Mercanti’s Pilate is formidable and vocally strong, while Paul Whitehead’s Herod lights up the stage in a fun rendition of Herod’s song, assisted by a gorgeous chorus of dancers. The Producers at Priest Records, Caiaphas (Andrew Milner), Annas (Ash Schofield), Aaron (Dan Millgate) and Kohen (Luke Miller) are a solid team who work well together.”

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- Stage Whispers