Taupō people will be able to dance their way into the festive season when Dancing Queen: A Tribute to ABBA hits the stage at the Great Lake Centre on December 19. The show brings new cast member – Brit Jess Driver, as the role of Agnetha. To perform alongside Australian Coombs as Bjorn, and Africans Giselle Bouwer as Anni-Frid. Direct from Australia, the well-travelled show returns for its first NZ performances since 2020. This will be stop at a mammoth 33 venues around New Zealand in 46 days.
“Abba is most popular for having those classic tunes that never get old so it’s a hard to get sick of,” says vocalist Bouwer.
Producers Showtime Australia used the forced “downtime” during the recent epidemic to revamp production on the show so even repeat attendees will find it fun and cheerful.
The show promises over two hours of Abba’s biggest shows each night. All performed live on stage by a hand-picked eight-piece international cast, with world-class production. A Tribute to ABBA hits the stage at the Great Lake center.