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ate last month, Natalie Abbott was on a huge adrenalin rush at Her Majesty’s Theatre, taking in a standing ovation for her role as Muriel Hesslop on the opening night in Melbourne of Muriel’s Wedding The Musical. Rachel Griffiths, who played Muriel’s best friend in the hit Australian movie alongside Toni Collette (Muriel), had come backstage to Abbott’s dressing room to give her tick of approval. At the centre of the toasts for this new Australian musical was praise for Abbott; Muriel, a beloved character, is her first professional role. “Rachel told me how much she loved the show and how she really appreciated Stef’s (Stefanie Jones, who plays Muriel’s best friend Rhonda) and my performance, and that it showed the friendship and the bond that she and Toni Collette had in the movie, and we had mirrored that,” Abbott says. “I think that was one of the most special things that I’ve ever heard, especially coming from Rachel Griffiths.” Backtrack a year from that standing ovation, and Abbott, 23, was working in a surf shop in Sydney, trying to break into the world of musical theatre, receiving knock-backs time and time again. She grew up in the NSW coastal town of Sussex Inlet, initially wanting to be both an actor and singer, and so she chose to study something in the middle – musical theatre. Abbott moved to Sydney to further herself in the genre, and that’s when the tough auditions started. “It’s a hard thing to overcome as a performer, if you haven’t even had a resemblance of a break for a number of years,” she recalls. “It’s kind of hard to put yourself into the mentality that you are good enough, even though you haven’t been validated. “It’s been difficult.” The creator of Muriel’s Wedding the movie (and the stage adaptation), PJ Hogan, remembers the day well when Abbott walked into the audition room, one of nearly 500 hopefuls to try out for the plum stage role of Muriel. “To meet Natalie is to adore her,” Hogan tells Domain Review. “When she came in she was just so open and friendly, and awkward and funny. “We were all just thinking, and sitting and hoping that she could act and sing ... and it turned out she could do both.” Abbott, who had endured rejections in the past, remembers being more nervous outside the audition room than inside. “The creative team were so welcoming and so

Dancing Queen From shop assistant in Sydney to centre stage in Porpoise Spit, theatre debutant Natalie Abbott is making a famous role her own.

supportive,” she says. “They just made me feel like it was OK to go and make a few mistakes. “I think that’s probably part of the reason why I got the role, because I wasn’t perfect at the auditions. I was so scared of what I was doing and they were so supportive.” That day she also made a friend in Hogan, and Abbott and the whole cast are determined to make him proud. “This is his baby, and he holds the story so dear and close to his heart,” she says. “We want to do a good job for PJ, just as much as PJ wants this to be as special as the film was. I think we’ve done that for him. “He is such a loving and caring person. To be doing this with someone as incredible as him and the whole creative team, it’s been amazing.” Muriel’s Wedding The Musical tells the famous fictional story of Muriel Heslop, who yearns for life to be like an ABBA song as she struggles with living in the town of Porpoise Spit. A couple of original ABBA songs feature in the musical score, but most of it has been written by Australian singer-composer Kate Miller-Heidke and musician Keir Nuttall. Heidke will get her very own stage moment next month representing Australia at Eurovision in Tel Aviv. From the show’s script to the costumes and its sense of humour balanced by darkness, it’s very Australian tale, and that is not lost on Abbott.

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“I’m a strong believer in Australian works, and this [[Muriel’s Wedding] just goes to show that we do have Australian stories that can be told in an entertaining and fun way,” she says. “People come up to me after the show and tell me how lovely it is to hear our accents up there on stage, our jokes being told, our language, our vernacular written into the script. “It’s purely Australian.” Hogan grew up on the Gold Coast. The town of Porpoise Spit is based on Coolangatta, a Gold Coast suburb on the Queensland and NSW border. Released in 1994, the film – also starring Sophie Lee – was an unexpected hit for Hogan and it won many fans, including in the US. It seems many have identified with the hard-luck story of Muriel, including some of the more highprofile celebrities Hogan has worked with. “Julia Roberts once told me she was Muriel,” he says. “I just nodded my head and was thinking, ‘there is no way you are Muriel.’ “But apparently when she saw the film, it felt like she was watching her story.”


“I think that’s probably part of the reason why I got the role, because I wasn’t perfect at the auditions.” NATALIE ABBOTT

Produced by Australian company Global Creatures, which will soon open King Kong on Broadway, the Melbourne season of Muriel’s Wedding The Musical follows a run in Sydney last year. Hogan hopes that one day it will be on Broadway in New York and, judging by the ticket sales and the reaction in Sydney and Melbourne, it may very well be on its way. After every show and standing ovation, Abbott quietly retreats to her dressing room – always feeling a buzz – and then heads to her rented serviced apartment. “I go back to my apartment and maybe try and think about something other than the show, otherwise I’m going to be up all night dreaming about it,” she says. “I try to distract myself afterwards and then get right back in there the next day.”

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DeckSeal specialize in the restoration & preservation of timber decks. Our services extend to timber screens, benches, boxes, cladding, doors, windows & also concrete cleaning & sealing.

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