Queen at the Ballet

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Queen at the Ballet is a rock ballet created by Sean Bovim as a tribute to Freddie Mercury, that brings the music of Queen vividly back to life - interpreting the stories behind classic tracks such as Bohemian Rhapsody, Radio Ga Ga and Killer Queen.

In February 2012 Cito, the lead singer of the band "Wonderboom" will perform live vocals at Ouder Libertas Wine Farm Amphitheatre Vocals 20h00 February 1 to 11 February 2012 in Stellenbosch, Western Cape, SA. Theatre.

Venues[edit]

  1. 20h00 February 1 to 11 February 2012 at Oude Libertas Wine Amphitheatre in Stellenbosch, Western Cape, SA. [1] Tickets
  2. July 6 to 15 July 2006:[1] The Point Theatre, Dublin, Ireland.
  3. 24 - 28 and 31 January and 1 February 2006:[2] Spier Amphitheatre
  4. 30 August - 11 September 2005: Montecasino
  5. 30 April - 15 May 2005: Artscape Opera House, Cape Town, South Africa.
  6. 30 September - 9 October 2004:[3] Artscape Opera House, Cape Town, South Africa.

Songs[edit]

Act One[edit]

  1. "Death on Two Legs" (Mercury)
  2. "Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon" (Mercury)
  3. "Killer Queen" (Mercury)
  4. "Under Pressure" (Queen, David Bowie)
  5. "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy" (Mercury)
  6. "Bicycle Race" (Mercury)
  7. "Who Wants to Live Forever" (May)
  8. "Another One Bites the Dust" (Deacon)
  9. "Don’t Try So Hard" (Queen)
  10. "Don't Stop Me Now" (Mercury)
  11. "The Millionaire Waltz" (Mercury)

Act Two[edit]

  1. "Innuendo" (Queen)
  2. "We Will Rock You" (May)
  3. "Play the Game" (Mercury)
  4. "Seaside Rendezvous" (Mercury)
  5. "Love of My Life" (Mercury)
  6. "Radio Ga Ga" (Taylor)
  7. "You Take My Breath Away" (Mercury)
  8. "Bohemian Rhapsody" (Mercury)
  9. "God Save the Queen" (Arr. May)
  10. "Barcelona" (Mercury)

References[edit]

  1. ^ (anonymous), Jacky (22 May 2006), QUEEN AT THE BALLET, Official International Queen Fan Club, retrieved 29 July 2009 
  2. ^ Brommert, Beverley (31 January 2006), "Queen At The Ballet", TONIGHT, Western Cape (South Africa: Independent Online (part of Independent News & Media)), retrieved 29 July 2009 
  3. ^ Sewpersad, Roshan (21 October 2004), "Too little balls for balletomanes", LitNet, Teater (South Africa), retrieved 29 July 2009