Chloe Dallimore, one of Australia’s foremost leading ladies of musical theatre is appearing at Teatro Vivaldi Restaurant at the ANU this Friday and Saturday.
She recently starred as Millie Dillmount in The Production Company’s ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’ to critical acclaim. She also starred as Ula in ‘The Producers’ however before this she worked in David Atkin’s ‘Sweet Charity’ – then came ‘Chicago, the Musical’, creating the role of Mona, also regularly performing the role of Roxie Hart. Ensuing shows include ‘Annie’, ‘Wizard Of Oz’, ‘Shout!’ and ‘Oliver’. A featured performer in the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, the costume Chloe wore now resides
in the Powerhouse Museum.
Chloe also traveled to Shanghai and Beijing in ‘The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber’.
She hosted the 2005 Australian Dance Awards at the Sydney Opera House.
Chloe has been a regular on GMA with Bert Newton (Channel 10), Mornings with Kerri-anne
(Channel 9), as well as appearances on Spicks and Specks (ABC), Sunrise (Channel 7),
Carols in The Domain (Channel 7), Studio A with Simon Burke (Fox).
She made her feature film debut this year in George Miller’s ‘Happy Feet’, and in July, was invited
to perform at the Australian Consulate in New York City.
Chloe continues to host and/or perform at a variety of Corporate Events and regular donates her time and performance skills to charities which include The Sydney Cancer Centre, Light The Night (The Leukemia Foundation), Hat’s Off (Equity Fights AIDS). Show only is $20, alternatively dinner/show tickets are available. Book through Coralie Wood on 62810250 or email@example.com