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Justin Rogers from the musical Shortland Street

Shortland Street - the Musical

The moment has finally arrived, New Zealand.

New Zealand's favourite TV drama will have its musical theatre debut, starting this November.

Shortland Street - The Musical has an all-singing, all-dancing cast, cliffhanger storylines and gut-busting musical numbers including “Not in Guatemala Now” and “The Five Wives of Doctor Warner”.

Dale Husband speaks with Justin Rogers who will play Dr Ropata

Aucklanders get the chance to see the musical from the 14th of this month.


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