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With rehearsals underway this week, Solomon is busy mastering his Australian accent and looking forward to performing with some of the best West End stars
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Solomon Read beat off competition from across the Eastern region to win the part of Benji in Priscilla Queen of the Desert which comes to the Theatre Royal Norwich next week.
It has meant travelling to Milton Keynes where the production is currently being staged to familiarise himself with the cast and set.
The musical, known for being heart-warming and outrageous, focuses on the relationship between three drag queens as they embark on an epic journey across the desert forcing them to face issues.
Mrs Read said Solomon, a pupil at North Denes Primary School, did not know who Jason Donovan was but had been watching episodes of Neighbours to help him to speak with an Australian accent.
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Four of the eight performances in Norwich from Monday February 8 to Saturday February 13, will star Solomon, alongside Neighbours and West End star Jason Donovan.
Billed as the ultimate party, Priscilla is the heart-warming, uplifting adventure of three friends who hop aboard a battered old bus searching for love and friendship.
Solomon, who has attended Stage Door Youth Theatre for three years, was put forward for the role by drama teacher Sheila Pascall after being contacted by casting director for the show, Debbie O Brien.
After submitting his CV, he secured an audition in early January in which he had to deliver dialogue from the Priscilla script and perform a song from musical theatre with piano accompaniment.
Getting to grips with antipodean up-speak was the hardest part of the role but he was unfazed by the prospect of singing a duet with Donovan and joining in with whole-cast numbers.
A talented Great Yarmouth youngster is honing his Australian accent ahead of a starring role alongside singer Jason Donovan.
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