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Heart Foundation of
Competition winners from the Spring 2015 issue
Julie Haar of Clapham and Maxwell Kahlbaum
of Fulham Gardens won a double pass to Lord
of the Dance -- Dangerous Games which played
at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on
Wednesday 23 September.
Donald Haggett of St Ages and Debbie
Agate of Sheidow park won a double pass to
Dirty Dancing which played at the Adelaide
Entertainment Centre on Thursday 8 October.
Cynthia Semmler of Gawler and Maryrose
Twiggs of Highbury won a copy of Calendar of
Paul Cameron of Gulfview Heights and Lorraine
Day of Blackwood won a copy of From Corner to
Corner -- The Line of Henry Colless.
Susan Webster of Semaphore Park and Francis
McRae of Salisbury North won a copy of The
Mary Laidlaw of Mitchell Park and Ludmilla
Kotal of Fulham Gardens won copy of Red
Professor -- The Cold War Life of Fred Rose.
Necia Draws of Marion, Teresa Gurr of Brahma
Lodge, Mary Ward of Seaton and Peter Wigg
of Seaton won the Endless Pleasure pack
(Complimentary entry to Carrick Hill's exhibition
Endless Pleasure and the accompanying book).
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Ghost The Musical a supernatural force
The supernatural power of love will
take Adelaide by storm when the
Broadway and West End hit Ghost
The Musical premieres on January
7 as part of the Adelaide Festival
Centre's 2016 season.
Set in modern day New York City,
Ghost The Musical is a timeless
fantasy about the power of love.
Walking back to their apartment
one night after a romantic dinner,
Sam Wheat and Molly Jensen are
mugged, leaving Sam dead on a
Sam is trapped as a ghost between
this world and the next and unable
to leave Molly, whom he learns is in
With the help of Oda Mae Brown, a
phony storefront psychic, Sam tries
to communicate with Molly in the
hope of saving and protecting her.
Nominated for an Academy Award
for Best Film in 1990, Ghost
became a blockbuster hit and an
instant classic, winning numerous
The film starred Patrick Swayze,
Demi Moore, Tony Goldwyn and
Whoopi Goldberg and was directed
by Jerry Zucker.
The musical features book and
lyrics by Academy Award winner
Bruce Joel Rubin and original music
and lyrics by a team of Grammy
Award-winners, including Dave
Stewart (half of the multi -Grammy
Award-winning Eurythmics) and Glen
Ballard (Michael Jackson's Man
in the Mirror, Alanis Morissette's
Jagged Little Pill).
The score also includes the iconic
song Unchained Melody, written
by Hy Zaret and Alex North and
famously performed in the film by
The Righteous Brothers.
Employing special effects never
before seen in an on-stage musical,
Ghost The Musical features an
incredible array of illusions -- Sam,
as a ghost, walks through a solid
door, inanimate objects take on a life
of their own while spirits ascend to
the heavens and subway passengers
are thrown in the air and people
disappear and reappear right before
"A production of spectacular
visual dynamism. Brilliant visuals
and special effects. Seamlessly
inventive." -- Independent, UK
Ghost the Musical plays at the
Adelaide Festival Theatre from
January 7- 31. Tickets from BASS
131 246 or bass.net.au
WIN, WIN, WIN
SA50s Lifestyle News has
two double passes for Ghost
The Musical -- on Thursday 7
January at 8pm at Adelaide
Festival Theatre. For your
chance to win, simply
go to our website www.
au, click "Contact Us" and
complete the form, please
type Ghost The Musical and
your postal address in the
"Comments" field. Entries will
be drawn 14 December 2015.
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