Be transported back to a place where times were simpler and hair was bigger with 'Stranger Sings! The Musical Parody'.
Full of pop culture references, the musical parody based on the hit Netflix show retells the story of Mike, Eleven, Dustin, Lucas and the rest of the gang in full, campy 80s glory. With singing monsters, nostalgic fashion, convoluted love triangles, teen angst and a synth-heavy soundtrack, this award-winning Off-Broadway musical is making its Australian debut at the Meat Market in November.
What you need to know
- Stranger Sings! The Parody Musical is coming to Melbourne for its Australian debut
- An award winning Off-Broadway production, it’s a musical parody of the hit Netflix show
- It’ll be showing at the Meat Market from November 3 until November 19
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With the first part of the show’s fourth season just having been released, Stranger Sings! The Parody Musical is the perfect show to see if the news that the show is ending is getting you down. Winner of Best New Musical (Off-Broadway) in its initial 2021 London run, it’s the tale that we already know and love with a satirical, musical flair.
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With the book, music and lyrics penned by Jonathan Hogue and produced by Melbourne’s Salty Theatre, Stranger Sings! The Parody Musical will appear at the Meat Market in North Melbourne. Directed by Ashley Taylor Tickell, who has previously directed Top Gun! The Musical and featuring orchestrations and arrangements by Michael Kaish, it will run from November 3 until November 19.
Created by the Duffer Brothers, Stranger Things is a hit Netflix television show about supernatural forces and government conspiracies. Currently in its fourth season, the show is set to conclude with season five.
Stranger Sings! The Parody Musical runs for approximately 100 minutes and it’s recommended for audiences 13+ for language and suggestive content.
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