Sierra Boggess

PHANTOM OF THE OPERA LEGEND ~ BROADWAY DISNEY PRINCESS

With leading roles on Broadway and the West End including ‘Christine’ in Phantom of the Opera, Broadway’s Disney Princess ‘Ariel’ in The Little Mermaid andPrincipal Mullins’ in School of Rock, Sierra Boggess is bringing her concert tour to Australia for the first time. This award winning music theatre superstar will wow audiences with her magnificent voice, acclaimed acting and captivating personality. It’s no wonder Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber asked her to perform ‘Christine’ in the acclaimed Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary Production at Royal Albert Hall. Sierra will be joined on stage by Brian Hertz (Musical Director) and renowned cellist Summer Boggess.

“…One of the most sublime voices I have ever worked with…”
LORD ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER

SYDNEY
State Theatre
Saturday 3 June, 8pm

BRISBANE
QPAC, Concert Hall
Thursday 8 June, 8pm

MELBOURNE
Arts Centre Melb, Hamer Hall
Saturday 10 June, 8pm

PHANTOM OF THE OPERA – CHRISTINE

“She’s the best, the best Christine certainly!”
– Broadway.com quoting Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber

“Wishing you were Somehow Here Again, no one does it like Sierra Boggess”
– Broadway Box

LOVE NEVER DIES

“Sierra Boggess, as Christine, is the production’s great joy.
She has a soprano of porcelain precision”.
– UK Daily Mail

MASTER CLASS

“In the role of a feisty student…Sierra Boggess impresses. The “Little Mermaid” star proves she can also be a little barracuda.”
– New York Daily

THE LITTLE MERMAID – BROADWAY’S DISNEY PRINCESS ARIEL

“Sierra Boggess’ committed performance and crystalline vocals.”
– Variety

“Sierra Boggess, however, displays considerably more star potential as Ariel, possessing a pristine beauty and a shimmering soprano that effortlessly slides into a caramel-creamy belt as the drama demands”
– Talkin Broadway

SCHOOL OF ROCK – PRINCIPAL MULLINS

“…Boggess adds the asset of her brightly expressive singing, which veers from comedic coloratura trills to earthier turns that reach to the warm bottom of her soprano.”
– USA Today

“…Where Did the Rock Go?” is superbly sung by Boggess”
– THR