Artists for the 2022 Australian Musical Theatre Festival

2022 Headliners Announced

Australian Musical Theatre Festival – Launceston

We are thrilled to announce the headlining artists for the 2022 Australian Musical Theatre Festival! Appearing in Launceston next May will be Paulini, Philip Quast and Chloe Dallimore.

Paulini rose to fame through the first season of Australian Idol, and has since appeared on stage in The Bodyguard, Saturday Night Fever, Hair and Chess.

Philip Quast has been part of the Australian performing arts industry for over 40 years, and will share with us his experiences from the West End and New York.

Chloe Dallimore has an incredible list of theatre credits to her name, and is currently working on Broadway musicals, as well as productions for Netflix, Warner Bros, Fremantle, Channel 9 and Channel 10.

The headliners will be joined by other highly experienced industry professionals from across the country, including; Robin McLeavy, Anne-Maree McDonald, Lisa Gormley, Freya List, Sian Kelly, Jennifer Peers, John O’Hara, Nicole Farrow, Amanda Hodder, Travis Hennessy, Jack Lark, and local legend John X. With even more great artists to be announced closer to the festival.

Some tickets are available right now, with the full program of shows, workshops and events being announced in January 2022.

Tickets Available Here

Philip Quast: An Intimate Soiree – Wednesday 18 May

Songs For A New World – Thursday 19 May

Choir in the Pub – Thursday 19 May

The Hope Concert – Friday 20 May

Ghostlight – Friday 20 May

Here’s To The Ladies – Friday 20 May

The Sound of Musicals – Saturday 21 May

A Celebration of Australian Musical Theatre – Sunday 22 May


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