Relax and sit back for an entertaining evening of show tunes and stories with the musical theatre star and a special guest for each show, including Nancye Hayes, his mum Peta McKenney, David Campbell and Carlotta.
Join Todd McKenney and his friends on the couch for a light hearted performance featuring songs, stories and surprises.
Todd McKenney is best known for his 11 years as a judge on Channel 7’s DANCING WITH THE STARS and his stellar performance as Peter Allen in the original Australian production of THE BOY FROM OZ. He has over thirty musical theatre credits to his name and we are delighted he is Ensemble Theatre’s patron.
Sun 16 Sep 2.00pm with Nancye Hayes
Sun 16 Sep 8.15pm with his mum Peta McKenney
Mon 17 Sep 7.30pm with David Campbell
Sun 23 Sep 8.15pm with Carlotta
Todd’s special guests
Nancye Hayes, theatre legend and quintuple threat (that’s actor, dancer, singer, choreographer AND director), has been turning heads since 1967 with over 50 show-stopping performances. With an extensive list of shows, awards and achievements under her belt, Nancye is true theatre royalty.
Creating, raising and shaping a musical theatre legend is no easy feat but Peta McKenney, mother to the star, knows how it’s done. Introducing her son to the world of dance and entertainment from the moment he was born, this dynamic force has stayed by Todd’s side throughout his upward journey to stardom. Sharing the highs, lows and everything in between, get the exclusive inside scoop from the one who knows him best.
TV host, radio presenter and legendary musical theatre star, David Campbell has dazzled Australian and international crowds with exceptional performances for over 20 years. In 2001, he became a household name in the role of a lifetime as ‘the wild one’ Johnny O’Keefe in SHOUT! touring the show all over Australia. If that wasn’t enough, the charismatic entertainer is also a multi-platinum recording artist.
Feathers, sequins and glitter galore, Carlotta is the effervescent and illustrious Queen of the Cross. Best known for her work as a Les Girls sensation, Carlotta’s legacy as a cabaret icon and TV personality is celebrated across Australia.