January Session: Welcome to the 20s

26 Sunday January 2020
When: 6:30pm Where: Norwood Live, Norwood Hotel Tickets: $15-20

About this Session

It’s a Roaring 20s Broadway Sessions.

It’s a brand new decade, and what better way to Charleston into the 20s than with a roaring 20s theme for Broadway Sessions in January! The 1920s was all about jazz, bootleg gin, excess and celebrating being alive in a period between two world wars and one Great Depression. While many of us are finding it difficult to celebrate this new year at the moment, perhaps being together and sharing the joy of music is just what we need! And by golly, what a sockdollager!

Want to register? We’re looking for songs from 1920s musicals or musicals written in the style of the 20s. Think Chicago, The Wild Party, The Drowsy Chaperone, The Boyfriend, The Grand Hotel, Nice Work If You Can Get It (or anything else by Gershwin), or Thoroughly Modern Millie, just to name a few. Broadway is lousy with options! Head to www.broadwaysessions.com.au/register now!  Registrations close at midday on Thursday 16 January.

Want to come along as an audience member and be part of the fun? We’d still love you to embrace the theme! Rock up to your local speakeasy (Norwood Live) slip us a 20 to gain access, grab a giggle water and channel your best flapper/gangster/flagpole dancer/Art Deco building. Want to ensure you have exclusive access to the hotsiest-totsiest party in town? Book a table or tickets on the website instead: www.broadwaysessions.com.au/tickets.

Don’t be a bluenose – we’re all one year closer to the big sleep; so let’s blouse! It’ll be the bees knees!

Doors open at 5:45pm. Food and beverages are available from the bar.

Pre-purchase single tickets and tables today to secure your spot. Tickets remain available online until 15 minutes before doors. Any remaining tickets will be available at the door.

Session Setlist

Act 1
As We Stumble Along (The Drowsy Chaperone) – Mark Oates
Fascinating Rhythm (Lady, Be Good!) – Eloise Quinn-Valentine
Someone To Watch Over Me (Oh Kay!) – John Mondelo
Nice Work If You Can Get It (Nice Work If You Can Get It) – Adam Schultz
Adelaide’s Lament (Guys and Dolls) – Caroline Stanley-Smith
Where Do I Go From Here (Fiorello!) – Cordelia Ferguson
All That Jazz (Chicago) – Charlotte Nitschke
When You’re Good to Mama (Chicago) – Aimee Crathern
Razzle Dazzle (Chicago) – Zachary Baseby
Mister Cellophane (Chicago) – David MacGillivray
What About That Shane? (Shane Warne: The Musical)* – Kristin Stefanoff
Act 2
He’s Sure The Boy I Love (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical)* – Josh Kerr, Maya Miller
Ol’ Man River (Showboat) – Blake Ascione
Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man (Showboat) – Karen Muller
Let’s Do It (Let’s Fall in Love) (Paris) – Amy Hammond
I Wanna Be Loved By You (Good Boy) – Nicole Rammesh
You Took Advantage Of Me (Present Arms) – Jemma Allen
Almost There (The Princess and the Frog) – Georgia Cosercas
Maybe I Like It This Way (The Wild Party) – Amelie Peters
I Want To Go To Hollywood (Grand Hotel) – Jemma McCulloch
Gimme Gimme (Thoroughly Modern Millie) – Mim Sarre
* promoting an upcoming show

Session Host

Mark Oates

Mark is a respected opera, cabaret and concert singer, with a passion for music theatre. He has toured South Australia with State Opera, SINGular productions and the Adelaide Art Orchestra. Mark produced and performed in his own sell out swing show – Mark Oates and the Daniel Brunner Pretty Big Band – for the 2009 and 2011 Adelaide Fringe Festivals. For the Adelaide Festival, Mark sung the roles of Ruffiak in Ligeti’s Le Grande Macabre and Street Singer in Leonard Bernstein’s Mass.

For State Opera SA, Mark premiered the role of “the Cantor” in Astor Piazzolla’s Maria de Buenos Aires, a co-production with Leigh Warren and Dancers which was reprised for the 2011 Brisbane Festival. He also performed Joe in The Station (Howard Blake), and John Styx in Orpheus in the Underworld (Offenbach). Last year Mark performed in the world premiere of the full Philip Glass trilogy for State Opera SA, including the role of Arjuna in Satyagraha. In the two weeks prior to the opening night of Broadway Sessions, Mark will be part of the State Opera SA chorus in Faust and the Verdi Requiem before travelling to Canberra for two concerts with the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.

Mark has also worked with many Adelaide based musical theatre companies. He was an Oscart and Curtain Call winner and Critic’s Circle nominee for his portrayal of Jean Valjean in The G&S Society’s Les Misérables. For The G&S Society Mark has also played the Baker in Into the Woods and the Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance. He premiered Horton the Elephant in the award winning Seussical the Musical and portrayed Utterson in Jekyll and Hyde for The Hills Musical Company. Other roles include Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar for Northern Light Theatre Company, Archibald Craven in The Secret Garden for both The Therry Dramatic Society and The G&S Society, Enoch Snow in Carousel for Swell Productions/MS Society and was part of the original cast of It’s A Dad thing for SINGular productions. Mark has also played “man” in several productions, including Songs for a New World and I Love you, You’re Perfect, Now Change!

Session Performers

Adam Schultz

Adam began performing in musical theatre in 2017, debuting with the Met in 9 to 5: The Musical. Despite not really knowing what he was doing, Adam enjoyed the process so much that he's hardly stopped performing since, appearing in plays and musicals with a number of Adelaide's great selection of theatre companies including Blackwood Players, Therry and St Judes.

Aimee Crathern

Aimee is an avid music lover and an aunty. She currently attends Tutti Arts and participates in their music program 3 days a week. Aimee loves performing and will take each opportunity to do so, participating in the performing arts group No Strings Attached, sings with the Tutti Choir and Poco Choir, and is also a member of the worlds first all girl disability music group The Sisters of Invention. The Sisters of Invention, have seen Aimee perform at numerous events such as The Special Olympics Closing Ceremony, Womad and The Fringe Festival. Aimee and her music group The Sisters of Invention are recording their new album which should be released later this year. Aimee and her music group recently appeared on ABC iView Get Crackin.

In addition, she is in a new group called TGIF (Thank God It's Friday), and will be performing at the Highway Hotel on the 3rd of November. She is also performing in the Adelaide Christmas Pageant with TGIF, and performing in a show with No Strings Attached on 7th & 8th of November.

Amelie Peters

Amelie Peters is an award winning, classically trained vocalist, international performer, songwriter and BAST accredited vocal coach.

Amelie holds a Bachelor of Music in Classical Voice (Performance and Pedagogy) from the Elder Conservatorium of Adelaide. Her professional performance work includes Carmen (2019) and Carmina Burana (2020) with the State Opera of South Australia as well as successful tours in Australia and the US, where Amelie was invited to sing at the Soho Playhouse in New York City. Her credits as a vocal director for youth theatre include High School Musical 2 (2016), Hairspray the Musical (2018) and Mary Poppins the Musical (2019.) Amelie has also produced and performed original music in Cabernet the Cabaret (2019) and Cabernet Refined (2020) at the Adelaide Fringe Festival.

While she specialises in classical voice, Amelie also has a strong background in musical theatre, jazz and contemporary music. She has worked with renowned opera singers, musical theatre composers and Broadway stars from around the world.

Amelie’s ability to inspire, guide and nurture talent has led to consistently outstanding results for her private students and vocal ensembles, making Amelie one of the most sought after young vocal coaches in Adelaide.

Amy Hammond

Amy has been a performer since she was 3 years old. Having danced and sung her way through her teenage years and early 20’s, she gained lead roles in musicals, dance productions and even a couple of TV commercials. More recently Amy has showcased her talents hosting Karaoke Nights on the Eyre Peninsula and performing at various events including the main stage at Tunarama in Port Lincoln!

Although theatre has always been her passion and strength it hasn’t stopped her from branching into the acoustic gig scene music tutoring (voice and piano). Now, working part-time, working towards a psychology degree and wrangling a family of 6 she escapes occasionally to sing something more interesting than The Wiggles!

Blake Ascione

Blake has been performing in the South Australian musical theatre scene since his debut in Therry society's production of Big Fish in 2016. Since then he has worked with HMC on the two productions and three State Opera of South Australia and Elder Conservatorium collaborations being Die Fledermaus, Don Pasquale and Dido and Aeneas. In 2020 Blake took part in Shane Warne the Musical, presented by Segue Productions at the Adelaide Fringe Festival. Recently Blake performed as Cinderella's Prince and the Wolf in Into the Woods.

Blake has just completed his debut cabaret season in the 2021 Adelaide Fringe Festival with great success.

Caroline Stanley-Smith

Caroline has been involved in Musical theatre since school days, she was a member of the Gilbert and Sullivan Society of SA and other amateur companies in Adelaide. For the past nine years, Caroline has been living in the UK, where she studied musical theatre at KSA Academy of Performing arts. Since graduating, she has been performing with Croydon Operatic and Dramatic Association, which have included roles in Pirates of Penzance, Into The Woods, and The Producers.

Charlotte Nitschke (They/Them)

Charlotte is a musician, Scout Leader, swimming teacher and theatre performer/tech/crew member who has been involved in the creative arts for many years. In 2019, they travelled to Europe, competing and performing on voice and clarinet through a number of countries, with their choir and chamber ensemble winning gold. They currently work in multiple shows each year and studied a Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance - Violin) up until recently when they had to defer due to shoulder injury and surgery upcoming.

Charlotte’s favourite stage credits include Les Misérables (ensemble) and Annie (ensemble) with NOW Productions, 10-4: the movie (Brevet Sergeant Jess Harris), and Wakakirri (2014 and 2015). Charlotte also did some set design for (and performed in the ensemble of) Grease with NOW Productions in February of 2022.

Charlotte currently teaches Clarinet in the Immersion Program and private voice at Saint Paul's College, and is a swimming instructor for the City of Adelaide. Furthermore, Charlotte privately teaches a range of music topics, where lessons are open to all ages and levels of experience. Charlotte was the violinist in the pit for Marie Clark's season of The Producers, and they played violin and the clarinet for SA Light Opera's The Gondoliers. They also worked backstage and as a mic tech for Now Productions' Oliver Jr in 2021.

Charlotte's most recent shows were violin & clarinet for Comedy Capers Gang Show, last-minute clarinet in My Fair Lady and violin in the Australian Premiere of Betty Blue Eyes. Coming up, they're working behind the scenes for Aladdin JrCharlie and the Chocolate Factory, and The Trail of Oregon as well as clarinet in Adelaide Gang Show. In addition, Charlotte is now the recurring conductor/MD for Scouts Shouts Youth Theatre, with their first season being in 2021. Charlotte is also working in crews and orchestras in a range of shows in SA, and was to be the head of Audio for Scouts SA's JamX in January which got cancelled.

Cordelia Ferguson (she/they)

Cordelia has always been passionate about the arts, dancing and singing from the age of 5. Some of her stage highlights include Nancy in Oliver! (2016, Now Productions), Jenny Lind in Barnum (2019, March Productions) and Cosette in Les Miserables (2020, Now Productions). After falling in love with theatre, she branched out into working backstage and behind the scenes with companies such as Pelican Productions, Northern Lights Theatre Company, Broadway Sessions, and most recently Davine Productions sell out seasons of Beautiful. These backstage experiences led Cordelia to study sound production, and then a degree in Film and TV at MAPS film school in 2019. Cordelia is currently rehearsing for The Hills Musical Company production of High Fidelity.

David MacGillivray

Growing up performing in the Scouts’ Gang Show: Comedy Capers, David developed a love for musical theatre from a young age. Trained at the Centre for the Performing Arts; David has enjoyed performing Shakespeare with the State Theatre, Lightning Strike and Chopt Logic Theatre Companies and has toured in the past with Splash Theatre Company. Turning from professional acting to focus his energy on his family and work for the Anglican Church as a priest, David chooses to do shows that he loves.

It was in Marie Clark's production of Paris in the titular role that David hit the Adelaide scene in musical theatre. David has since performed with Marie Clark Musical Theatre in Miss Saigon (John) and as Carl Hanratty in the 2016 production of Catch Me if You Can. He has worked with Northern Light Theatre Company as Frederick in Pirates of Penzance and Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors. David also performed at the Adelaide Fringe Festival in 2015 with Lazy Saturday Productions' Australian premiere of Darkle. 2017 was a big year of theatre for David starting with Pale Ale Tales, a new work by local writer, Jason Hendy in the 2017 Adelaide Fringe, Jekyll and Hyde with Marie Clark and finishing with Les Misérables as Enjolras with G&S Society. Most recently David performed with the Hills Musical Company in Assassins as John Wilkes Booth.

David is thankful to his wife for her love and support, and for letting him play.

Eloise Quinn-Valentine

Eloise Quinn-Valentine has performed in musicals, plays, in choirs and at events around Adelaide and abroad from a young age, with companies such as Davine Productions, University of Adelaide Theatre Guild, Independent Theatre, Therry Theatre, Adelaide Conservatorium Chorale, and Young Adelaide Voices.

Recent(ish) highlights include playing Louise LeBreton in The Hello Girls (Therry Theatre), Vivie Warren in Mrs Warren's Profession (Independent Theatre), Phaedra in Jerusalem (University of Adelaide Theatre Guild), Young Violet in Violet: A Musical (Davine Productions), and 'Woman 2' in Its Only Life (Davine Productions, ft. John Bucchino).

Eloise loves to hear, read, and tell stories on stage and on the page, having completed Honours in English Literature at Flinders University and, most recently, a Masters of Theology (Theology in History) at the University of Edinburgh.

Georgia Cosercas

At 23, Georgia is still exploring Adelaide's theatre community with wide eyes. With a later start than some, Georgia began performing with Pelican Productions at 14, and continued to do so for six years. Her most recent feat with the company was in 2017 in Bring it On: The Musical, where she played the part of Bridget, earning her a nomination for best youth perfomer.

Georgia has spread her love of the performing arts overseas, by working as a drama instructor in a summer camp in Arizona. She has just completed her Bachelor of International Tourism at Flinders University and most recently starred in the MET's production of High Society as the precocious Dinah Lord. Up next, Georgia will be performing in Davine Productions Beautiful: The Carole King Musical in the 2020 Adelaide Fringe Festival.

Jemma Allen (She/her)

Jemma is chuffed that Broadway Sessions is finally back!! She is here for a good time and can't wait to jam with the band and see all of her lovely theatre friends again!! Yay!!!

Jemma McCulloch

Jemma is originally from the UK where she trained professionally in Musical Theatre at The Brit School, The Betty Wivell Academy and Bird College in London. Jemma has Advanced Diploma’s in both Musical Theatre and Music and was also selected by the BBC (in London) for a young performer's bursary for outstanding achievement in Musical Theatre whilst she was studying. Jemma has been fortunate enough to have performed in various Musical Theatre concerts and workshops in London’s West End and even one in Broadway!

Jemma is relatively new to Adelaide - only having moved here last year. She has just finished playing the role of Carole King in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical with Davine Productions for the Adelaide Fringe Festival 2020. This was the best experience she has ever had on stage - she loved every minute of it!! Jemma also performed in Kinky Boots with The G&S Society in which she played the role of Lauren. Jemma’s other roles in Theatre have included Ellen in Miss Saigon (The Met), Charity in Sweet Charity, Nancy in Oliver!, Mary in Mary Poppins and Ariel in Footloose.

John Mondelo (he/him)

John is a graduate of the Bachelor of Musical Theatre at the Elder Conservatorium, and has previously completed a BA in Classical Voice at the University of Western Australia, the Certificate course at WAAPA in Musical Theatre, and the Music Theatre Intensive at the Stella Adler Studio NYC. John is also executive producer and co-founder of the theatrical collective EXEUNT (Pursued By A Bear) Productions which most recently performed Rodgers & Hammerstein's: A Grand Night for Singing at the Adelaide Fringe.

Josh Kerr

Born in Melbourne, Joshua has been performing since a young age, and followed that passion to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre from the University of Ballarat. He appeared in the Australian premiere performance of When Midnight Strikes in the role of Alex, with other roles including Clifford Bradshaw in Cabaret, as well as writing his own performance for the Melbourne Cabaret Festival, Doomed. From there, he took his performance career abroad, appearing in premiere performances of Elegy for an Echo at the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival, as well as working with the Edinburgh International Science Festival, performing across Scotland, before two tours of the United Arab Emirates. Since living in Adelaide, he teamed up with Blackwood Players in The Odd Couple, before touring Emma Knight’s Production of Buffy vs Edward and Sex and the Musical to Melbourne.

Karen Muller (She/Her)

Karen has been involved with a number of theatre companies in Adelaide over the last 15 years. Some of her stage highlights include Oliver, Into the Woods, Beauty and the Beast, Avenue Q and Spamalot. Although she had a seven year run off stage in the role of "Mother of two", she recently made the return to the theatre by playing Ursula in Disney's The Little Mermaid, and in the ensemble of Les Misérables with Northern Light Theatre Company.

Kristin Stefanoff (she/her)

Kristin has over ten years experience as a musical theatre performer in Adelaide. Favourite roles include: Muriel (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels - Hills Musical Company 2022); Laura (High Fidelity - Hills Musical Company 2021); Vivienne (Legally Blonde - The MET 2021); Simone (Shane Warne The Musical - Segue Productions 2020); Elizabeth (If/Then - Segue Productions 2018); Cathy (The Last Five Years - Segue Productions 2017); Clara (The Light In The Piazza - Davine Productions 2016); Inga (Young Frankenstein - Marie Clark Musical Theatre 2014); Smitty (How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying - Marie Clark Musical Theatre 2013); and Ensemble/Lady of The Lake Understudy (Spamalot - Marie Clark Musical Theatre 2018).

Kristin holds a Bachelor of Music Education from the Elder Conservatorium, majoring in Classical Piano, and has extensive accompanying and pit experience. Music Direction credits include: Heathers: The Musical (Segue Productions 2019); Calamity Jane (Marie Clark Musical Theatre 2014); Poor Expectations (Investigator College 2014); Mulan Jr (Investigator College 2013); and Honk! (Investigator College 2011).

Kristin studies voice with Sarah Jane Whiteley Voice Studio, and teaches piano, voice and violin.

Maya Miller

Maya’s love of musical theatre began at an early age, with her journey in performance beginning with Pelican Productions. Since then, Maya’s theatre credits include The Gilbert & Sullivan Society’s Thoroughly Modern Millie (2016) and Les Misérables (2017), Lydian Productions and Irregular Productions’ Godspell (2018) as the ‘By My Side’ soloist, Marie Clark Musical Theatre’s Anything Goes (2019) as Hope Harcourt, Segue Productions’ Heathers (2019) as Heather McNamara, and most recently Davine Productions' Beautiful: The Carole King Musical as Cynthia Weil (2020). Maya is a primary school Dance/Drama teacher, and she finds so much joy in being able to share her love of musical theatre with her students.

Mim Sarre (She/Her)

Millicent Sarre (she/her) is a singer & songwriter, cabaret artist, music theatre performer and vocal coach.

Mim studied Music and Theatre at Graceland University, USA, before returning to her hometown of Adelaide, South Australia, where she has been actively involved in the music theatre scene. Her notable roles to date include Veronica Sawyer in Heathers the Musical (Segue Productions, 2019), Wendla Bergmann in Spring Awakening (Hills Musical Company 2017), Ivy in Ivy + Bean the Musical (The Gemini Collective, 2018 – Australian Premiere), Sally Brown in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Hills Musical Company, 2015) and Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors (Graceland University, 2013).

In June 2019, she premiered her original cabaret show, Friendly Feminism for the Mild Mannered, in the Adelaide Cabaret Fringe, and revived the show for the Adelaide Fringe Festival 2020, where it played a sold-out extended season and was a 3-time award winner in the Adelaide Fringe Awards.

Nicole Rammesh

Nicole is no stranger to the stage. Her passion began in Singapore; as President and Production Manager in the Drama Club, lead roles in her school's productions and involvement in the Literature Festival and Singapore Youth Festival. Moving to Australia, her love for musical theatre grew with lead roles and as Choreographer (Seussical, The Lion King Jr). She also joined Harvest Rain's Adelaide arena tours (Hairspray, Grease). Recently, Nicole achieved a spot in the semi-finals in the AOC Initiative. Currently, Nicole studies with the University of Adelaide's Elder Conservatorium, studying Music Theatre, as seen in their debut production of Spring Awakening. Nicole is thrilled to perform at Broadway Sessions!

Zachary Baseby (he/him)

Zachary Baseby is 22 years old and he has been performing in every theatre based for most of his life, starting from his first performance in 2008 as Humpty Dumpty in Surprising Old King Cole (Stars on Stage). From there on, he has trained with various acting schools such as Actors Ink., Theatrebugs, Mighty Good Productions and Heesom Casting before performing in his first musical theatre show in 2017 with The Parks Youth Theatre as an ensemble member in Grease.

Some of Zachary’s theatre highlights over the past few years have been: The Grinch in Seussical (NLTC, 2018), The Mock Turtle in Alice in Wonderland (The Parks Youth Theatre, 2019), Lefou in Beauty and the Beast (NOW Productions, 2020), Horton the Elephant in Seussical JR (Shane Davidson Presents, 2020), Rooster in Annie (NOW Productions, 2021), Javert in Les Misérables (NOW Productions, 2021), The Baker in Into the Woods JR (Shane Davidson Presents, 2021) and most recently, Roger in Grease (NOW Productions, 2022) and The Wolf in Into the Woods (Adelaide Youth Theatre, 2022).

Other than theatre, Zachary has also appeared in two short films to date created by students of Flinders University: Plastic Aeroplane (2018) and Rock, Paper, Scissors (2019). He has also appeared in two full length film projects with NOW Productions as the role of Bobby Packer in TEN FOUR, Agent Percash: REWIND and he will appear as a new character in the most recent adaptation: RED DAWN.

If you're looking to see Zachary onstage in the closer future, he recently landed the role as Papa Ogre and the Big Bad Wolf in Balaklava Community Arts' Shrek The Musical in August plus he will be playing everybody's favourite sad old donkey Eeyore in Shane Davidson Presents' Winnie the Pooh a couple weeks later.

Session Band

Max Ziliotto (Drums/Percussion/Musical Director)

Max has been playing percussion for 15 years, and has been involved in numerous music performance groups throughout that time. Attending Marryatville High School 2006-2010, and being a part of the Raiders Drum Corps since 2007, he learned performance etiquette pretty quickly, and grew comfortable performing in front of people. Max participated in the Big Band program at high school, and as such was able to attend Generations in Jazz multiple times. His drumkit playing further improved after high school where, during his studies for his Bachelor of Music (Percussion), he was a part of the Jazz SA Youth Superbands. While studying his Bachelors, Max competed in and won First Place in the 2011 MSO Snare Competition.

Musical theatre has been part of his life since 2009, and as luck would have it, Max has been working with Peter Johns since his very first show! Productions Max has been involved in include: Sweeney Todd, Fame, Spamalot, Beauty and the Beast, Oliver!, Annie, The Full Monty, You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, Violet, Wicked, Bring It On!, Edges, Beautiful, Mamma Mia, and Les Miserables.

Outside of music, Max has developed a passion for gridiron, and plays for the Port Adelaide Spartans. He is also a personal trainer, and his love for craft beers is pretty strong!

Louis Cann (Bass)

Louis has been playing both double bass and bass guitar as long as he can remember. Beginning with lessons at the age of 7, he quickly developed his skills and decided that music was the career for him. Louis began playing for Musical Theatre shows in 2011, with the Northern Lights Theatre Company’s production of Beauty and the Beast, which coincidentally, was the beginning of a long-standing working relationship with Musical Director, Peter Johns! Since, Louis has played for many theatre companies around Adelaide, including Adelaide Youth Theatre, Lydian Productions, Pelican Productions, Davine Productions, Irregular Productions, Marie Clarke Musical Theatre, The Gilbert & Sullivan Society of South Australia, and Hills Musical Company. Some of his favourite shows to play for have been In the Heights, for Pelican Productions in 2019, and Beautiful: The Carol King Musical, for Davine Productions in 2020. In 2018, Louis had the privilege of playing in the pit for the Gordon Frost Organisation’s touring production of The Wizard of Oz. Louis graduated from the Elder Conservatorium of Music in 2016, with a Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance.) That same year, he began performing as a casual member of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra - some of his favourite performances include Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in Concert at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, and Last Night of the Proms at the Adelaide Festival Centre.