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Michael Falzon & dancers

A feature show with Michael Falzon, Sydney born Australian musical theatre/rock tenor & his talented dancers creating a jazzy rock style cabaret show.

  • Entertainment:
    1950's Theme ideas, Big Band, Casino Royale Theme, Dance, Event Theme Ideas, Hollywood Theme Ideas, Jazz Bands, Live Music, Musical / Opera, Stage Shows, Swing Jazz
  • City:
    Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney

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Biography

A feature show with Michael Falzon, Sydney born Australian musical theatre/rock tenor & his talented dancers creating a jazzy rock style cabaret show.

A Bit About Michael

Michael has starred in numerous shows in Australia and the UK. Perhaps best known as ‘Galileo’ in We Will Rock You, the hit show featuring music by QUEEN, he has like-wise received critical acclaim for his turns as ‘Hedwig’ in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, ‘The Arbiter’ in Chess, and as ‘Stacee Jaxx’ in Rock of Ages.

His varied career has seen him perform in The Wharf Revue for Sydney Theater Company; in concert as ‘Homer’ in Floyd Collins; with Adelaide, Tasmania and Sydney Symphony Orchestras; and in a sold-out engagements performing his original songs in cabaret and at The Basement in Sydney.

He has been long-associated with Jeff Wayne’s arena tour The War of the Worlds, touring Australia and New Zealand as ‘The Artilleryman’, appearing again in 2010 and 2012 Arena tours of Europe and the UK (the latter released in cinemas through Universal Pictures).

Falzon’s screen appearances include the penultimate season of Blue Heelers; performing live with QUEEN in both an Australian TV special (for ACA), and again on Dublin’s The Late Late Show; as a regular guest on numerous talk shows and at Carols by Candlelight for all the major antipodean networks; with the personal highlight of singing ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ before a crowd of 100,000 for an AFL Grand Final – televised to millions around the world.

Based in Sydney – will travel anywhere for extra fee