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Theater Drachengasse Bar & Co,

Fleischmarkt 22, 1010 Vienna

10., 11. & 12. January 2013 starts at 8pm

Starring: Kieran Brown & Caroline Frank with Birgit Zach on piano

MC: Joanna Godwin-Seidl Asst.: Silke Müllner Lights: Gordana Crnko

Tickets: 01/5131444 or
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Three legendary musical cabaret evenings with West End musical star Kieran Brown (cover Raoul “Love Never Dies” Adelphi Theatre, Dr. Dillamond “Wicked” Apollo Theater)  and she of Vereinigte Bühnen fame Caroline Frank (cover Lisa “Ich War Noch Niemals in New York” Raimund Theater, Evita “Evita” International Tour). On piano Birgit Zach (“Ordinary Days” Theater Drachengasse musical director, “The Last Five Years" and "Les Miserables").

vienna theatre project would like to take you on a wonderful tour of your favourite musical songs performed by these amazing talents. Catch favourite numbers from the likes of Bernstein, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Cole Porter, Stephen Schwartz or “newbies” Jason Robert Brown, Adam Gwon  and many more. Relive some unforgettable moments from songs sung in musicals previously produced by vienna theatre project and let Kieran, Caroline & Birgit tell you a new story never been told.

Leave the cold behind you and get into the warmth of the wonderfully cosy and atmospheric Drachengasse Bar & Co Theatre for nearly 2 hours of delightful entertainment in English and German. Song, tears and laughter the bar will be open all evening so, enjoy the night whilst sipping your favourite beverage.

Tickets: 01/5131444 or
Info: or
Drachengasse Bar & Co, Fleischmarkt 22, 1010 Vienna

10. 11. & 12. January 2013 starts at 8pm

16 €  Normal Tickets
14 €  Club Ö1, Unions, Kolping members, pensioners, groups as of 8 persons
12 €  50+, Tera Vienna Card,
10 €  Students, Theaterdienstag, Disabled
9 €  Club Ö1 Students
8 €  IG Freie Theaterarbeit 

About Kieran Brown

Kieran comes Scotland, and trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama.
Kieran has most recently been playing Prince Charming in Cinderella at the Kings Theatre Glasgow, after having spent a year in the London cast of Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, covering the roles of Dr Dillamond and the Wizard of Oz. Recent credits include: Ensemble/cover Raoul in Love Never Dies (Adelphi Theatre); Ensemble in Les Miserables 25th Anniversary O2 Concert (Cameron Macintosh); Elton John/Tony Christie in Laughter in the Rain (No.1 UK Tour); Tom in Over the Threshold (Perfect Pitch Productions London/Vienna Theatre Project); Algernon Moncrieff in The Importance of Being Ernest (International Theatre Vienna);  The Actor in The Woman in Black (International Theatre Vienna); Prince Charming in Snow White (Princes Hall, Aldershot); Guest soloist in Anything We Once Did, We Can Do Better (MGA); Dane O’Neill in The Thorn Birds (World Premiere and No.1 UK Tour); Feuilly in Les Miserables (Palace Theatre London); Principal Soloist in The Best of Musicals (European Tour); Soloist in The Wonderful West End (David Graham Entertainments); Lenny Lowenstein in Through The Door (Perfect Pitch Showcase); Lover in Four Unlikely Lovers (ATG); The Ballad of Little Jo (Bridewell Theatre London), Prince Charming in Cinderella, Prince Valliant in Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs (Glasgow), and Disco Pigs (Glasgow), Aladdin in Aladdin, Sebastian in Twelfth Night (Edinburgh), Bob in Beyond Therapy and Bob Cratchitt in A Christmas Carol (International Theatre Vienna) which he subsequently directed in 2010.
In 2005 Kieran was honoured to perform for and meet Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in Edinburgh. In Vienna, he has appeared in numerous productions, including Don't Dress for Dinner at the Schönbrunner Schloss Theatre, followed by Relatively Speaking (KammerOper Vienna). 
Screen and audio credits include: Taggart, Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased); Francis Bacon in Anatomy of an Enigma (Channel 4) and Mozart for the Vienna & Salzburg itour Audio Guides (KEG/ORF). Kieran has also recorded a new song for the debut album of composer Chris Passey, “Self Taught Still Learning”.
Kieran is also an accomplished Director and credits including La Vie Ennuii for the Vienna Theatre Project, and productions for the International Theatre Vienna and The Best of Musicals No.1 European Tour amongst many others. In Cabaret, Kieran is a very much sought after guest performer, and has performed his own sold out show My Big Fat MUSICAL Cabaret at some of London’s finest venues, including Lauderdale House, The Pheasantry, The Union Theatre and the Delfont Rooms. In December Kieran presented A West End Christmas In Glasgow.

About Caroline Frank

About Birgit Zach

Birgit studied piano from the age of 7, at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. She completed her master's degree in 2004 at the Graz University of Arts and completed her doctoral studies in 2012 at the Institute for Jazz Research. Her musical career includes working as a pianist in various productions (including Anything Goes, Les Miserables, Dracula, Wozzeck, The Last Five Years) and at numerous concerts (including with the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg, Graz Philharmonic Orchestra, the Lungau Big Band) these included solo as well as ensemble/band performances. She composed music for the Austrian film "Jenseits", as well as composing music for short films and guitar orchestra.
Since 2010 she has been working as an accompanist at the Performing Academy Vienna and was the assistant musical director and was responsible for the musical preparation for the Disney musicals "Aladdin" and "Alice in Wonderland" at the Wiener Stadthalle 2012. She most recently was the music director for the criticallly acclaimed “Ordinary Days” at the Theater Drachengasse.

About Joanna Godwin-Seidl

The actress and director is from United Kingdom. She co-directs VIENNA THEATRE PROJECT. As an actress, she appeared in many plays; Schnitzler’s Der REIGEN, DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER (Schlosstheater Schönbrunn) in the Vagina Monologues, Kosmos Theater 2007, PERFECT WEDDING and HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES, both in the Kammeroper Wien to name a few. Joanna can also look back on solid directing experience e.g.: David Hare's PLENTY and BOUNCERS (John Godber) in Interkulttheater, THE MEETING (Jeff Stetson) and DIRT (Robert Schneider) in the Ensemble Theatre. THE LAST FIVE YEARS was her solo musical debut at the Theater Drachengasse. Most recently she ventured into German language theatre: directing “Das Schwefelholz Mädchen” Ronacher Theater (Rory Six). Mord im Musikantenbeisl (Ronny Rindler / Rory Six) in the Theater Drachengasse and directing CLOSER by Patrick Marber (Theaterverein Vision) in the OFF theater. Her most recent production was the critically acclaimed ORDINARY DAYS which she directed. After WEST END WINTERS, she will be committed to 2 further productions. She is indebted to her husband and son for their support.

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