Five years after the runaway success of Songs For Nobodies, Joanna Murray-Smith, Bernadette Robinson and Simon Phillips team up once again with Pennsylvania Avenue — a brilliant one woman musical theatre piece.

With Bernadette Robinson’s unique talents in mind, Joanna Murray-Smith has created a seamless narrative entwined with music that blends show business with political history. Pennsylvania Avenue channels the voices of Barbra Streisand, Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross & many more, as a White House aide reminisces on 40 years in the halls of power.

For 40 years, she watched history being made. And listened to it being made too — all those singers who sang for the President, defining the times while creating their own unforgettable moment.

This musical romp through the White House is an entertaining, fly-on-the-wall look at presidents, pop-stars and the corridors of power.

This brilliant musical theatre event is coming to Sydney on Thursday April 28 for a limited season at the The Playhouse, Sydney Opera House. Tickets on sale now.

BOOK NOW: sydneyoperahouse.com/whatson/pennsylvania_avenue

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