The 2010 Helpmann Awards® Ceremony will be held next Monday 6 September at 6.30pm at Opera Theatre, Sydney Opera House, whilst the After Party will be held at The Argyle in The Rocks. Acclaimed performer David Campbell will Host the Awards Ceremony. The Ceremony will include performances by the casts of Jersey Boys, Avenue Q, The Wizard Of Oz, The Drowsy Chaperone, West Side Story, Bangarra Dance Theatre, Smoke & Mirrors featuring iOTA, The Australia String Quartet, The Man In Black and the cast of Mary Poppins.
Live Performance Australia (LPA) today announced the names of Award Presenters for the 42 categories for the 2010 Helpmann Awards®. These include Kelley Abbey, David Atkins, Sandra Bates, John Bell, Cate Blanchett, Bille Brown, Mitchell Butel, David Campbell, Zoe Carides, Peter Carroll, Kate Champion, Tim Chappel, Adrian Collette, Chloe Dallimore, Marta Dusseldorp, Peter England, John Gaden, Lizzy Gardiner, Lisa Gasteen, Darren Gilshenan, Robert Grubb, Burhan Güner, Jane Harders, Amanda Harrison, Nancye Hayes, Steven Heathcote, Lindy Hume, iOTA, Shane Jacobson, Lana Jones, The Honorable Virginia Judge, Elena Kats-Chernin, Ewen Leslie, Julie Lynch, Danielle Matthews, Emma Matthews, David McAllister, Belinda McClory, Donald McDonald , Todd McKenney, Sharon Millerchip, Richard Mills, Amanda Muggleton, David Page, Stephen Page, Marion Potts, Hannie Rayson, Nick Schlieper, Terry Serio, Garry Stewart, Teddy Tahu Rhodes, David Williamson, Ben Winspear, The Umbilical Brothers and Ursula Yovich.
Tony Gould AM and Brian Nebenzahl OAM RFD will each be presented with the prestigious JC Williamson AwardTM, recognising their outstanding contribution to the Australian live performance industry.
The Helpmann Awards® will be broadcast live and exclusively on STVDIO, channel 132 on FOXTEL.
This will be the 10th presentation of the Helpmann Awards®, the pinnacle industry event for Australia’s live performance industry, which annually attracts over 15.5 million people to shows across the nation with revenues of over $A1 billion.
Tickets are available to the General Public from $69 (plus transaction fee) for a spectacular event.
Bookings – Sydney Opera House, (02) 9250 7777 or

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