Hugh Jackman Solo Show Announces Additional Dates

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Hugh Jackman's autobiographical concert Broadway to Oz, set to tour his native Australia this fall, has announced additional dates due to high ticket demand. The show is based on the successful 2011 Broadway production, Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway, and will feature 150 musicians, singers, dancers and choir.

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Hugh Jackman Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

The five-city tour will kick off in Melbourne Nov. 24 and pass through Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Additional shows have been added, and it will now conclude Dec. 16.

Tickets, priced from $45, are on sale now. Click here to purchase.

On Aug. 24 Jackman announced the tour via Twitter, saying he was "[genuinely] very excited" about the show, which had been in his head "for about ten years." "About to tick off a big one from my bucket list," he added. See the video below:

 

  "This high-octane show takes audiences on a journey through Jackman’s life so far, from his early days in outback Australia to his vast musical theatre triumphs and to the first time he wielded the Wolverine claws in the blockbuster X-Men film franchise," states the show's producers, Dainty Group.

"Jackman croons, twirls and shimmies through several medleys, including stunning tributes to classic musicals. A state-of-the-art lighting, sound and video production and a vast company of 150 musicians, singers, dancers and choir will support Jackman’s showmanship and infectious Aussie charm."

Jackman's one-man show, Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway, was presented Nov. 10, 2011-Jan. 1, 2012, at the Broadhurst Theatre. In Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway, the singing actor performed a personal selection of his favorite musical numbers that reflected on his life and career. During the limited run, Jackman raised over $1 million for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. He received a Special Tony in 2012.

For more information on the upcoming Australian tour visit HughJackmanLive.

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