The Supreme Dreams, three gorgeous girls with fabulous voices, retro costumes and groovy dance moves, bring back the hit songs of the 60s, 70s and Disco.

This energetic and popular show has toured to Far North Queensland, headlined at the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers, stormed the stage at the Princess Theatre in Brisbane, featured at the 2014 Adelaide Fringe Festival and sold out at the Redcliffe Cultural Centre.

Think Martha and the Vandellas, Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner and The Supremes and then you’ll start humming the songs that made these legends: Baby Love, Nowhere to Run, You Can’t Hurry Love and My Guy always gets the audience Dancin’ in the Streets!

Take great songs that are adored by baby boomers, add three distinct characters, some comedy and a dash of audience participation, and you have The Supreme Dreams. Tammi, Cindy and Kiki are not even rivals when it comes to men! Tammi has already found her man, Cindy falls in love regularly and Kiki is still looking.

In this fully costumed and choreographed 2 hour show The Supreme Dreams use every opportunity to get amongst their audience and get them up dancing.

Venue Format
Theatre, Hall, Black Box Venue, Outdoor
Technical Rating
C, D, The production can be modified to suit most venues
Touring Party

There is no content warning.

The Supreme Dreams uses a basic stage area (no set), one chair, basic lighting and radio hand held microphones with recorded music playback. We require a quick change area if the Dressing rooms are far from the stage.

Due to audience participation we also require access directly from the stage into the audience.

CREW REQUIRED FROM VENUE 1 x sound technician (bump in, rehearsal and performance) 1 x lighting technician (bump in, rehearsal and performance) (Due to the simplicity of the sound after sound check, these two roles are often combined in one technician) 1 x stage manager (can be Tour Manager)- for FOH Curtain only FOH staff

Additional lighting requirements (when possible) include: • Ability to backlight girls to create silhouette effect for entrance including use of hazer • House lights up whenever performers go into audience • Disco effects for last part of second half of the show.

Success on Stage offers a variety of services that develops performers and audiences for live music and theatrical musical experiences. We also create performance opportunities for the developing performer and produce high quality and appropriate entertainment for all types of events.

Leslie Martin-Nightingale, who runs Success on Stage, is a professional opera singer who has had a career working with Opera Australia and Opera Queensland, as well as performing in European opera houses and music festivals. 15 years ago she started creating shows and began an association with one of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest outdoor opera events - Opera on the Beach - both as creator and performer, singing alongside other stars of Opera Australia. The experience and skills gained from this series have been put to great use in producing many other events and, thereby, providing performance opportunities for young performers.

Unique Selling Point

The Supreme Dreams is one of the few shows that is an all female cast celebrating the music of the 60s and 70s. And these girls can both sing and dance to a very high standard.

Through their experiences of audiences in Far North Queensland, Toowoomba, Brisbane and the Adelaide Fringe Festival, The Supreme Dreams quickly engage with their audiences so everyone has fun. . People who were in their teens or 20s during the 60s and 70s recognise and love this music and are especially quick to join in with the singing and dancing.

It's a feel good show!

Marketing Materials

Marketing collateral includes • generic poster (portrait A3, A4, A5) and double-sided DL. • Generic Pull up Banner. • Promotional video (90 seconds) - Broadcast quality • youtube links of performances (full songs or snippets) • Many images to choose from • Fridge Magnets (Business card size) • Recordings of selected songs (can be used as sound Samples for radio broadcasts) including: • Where Did Our Love Go • My Guy • Dancin’ In The Street • You Can’t Hurry Love • Heat Wave • Natural Woman • Blame It On The Boogie

Merchandise includes: Large postcards of each character in the show Fridge Magnets (Postcard size)

The Supreme Dreams are keen to provide Workshops.

Community Engagement

In terms of general health, group singing (across all ages) has physical benefits as well as psychological and social. This research and other studies, including scans of the brain indicate that: • The brain is very active when singing (Brain gym!); • Concentrated breathing increases blood flow to the brain and body (calms the nerves!); • Singing reduces cortisol, the stress hormone (relieves stress!); and • Group singing increases the release of oxytocin, which is linked to social bonding (community!). Studies also show that singing is associated with dopamine activity, i.e. the body’s “reward” system. Any action associated with your favourite music will receive the same dopamine reward.

The Supreme Dreams would love to work with the local health and social networks in the community to to organise special group singing or dancing or singing and dancing sessions.

The tour leader is also a member of the Australian National Association for Teachers of Singing and can provide specialist pedagogical training to regional singing teachers.

  1. Group Singing workshop
  2. Dance workshop: jazz (12-25)
  3. Dance workshop: Learn a routine from The Supreme Dreams show
  4. Dance Therapy workshop – Dementia sufferers or Alzheimers Prevention
  5. Vocal Pedagogy session

Further details are included in The Supreme Dreams' Presenters Pack.