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Meet Crossover, the latest singing competition to hit the airwaves with a streaming-era twist:

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Crossover

Date: 3 Dec 2020

Meet Crossover, the latest singing competition to hit the airwaves with a streaming-era twist: the competing artists must prove that they’re adept at both writing and performing across different genres in order to claim the title of Crossover Champion.

When four women tie in the regional competition, they reluctantly opt to compete on the national broadcast as a group: Four-Way Tie.

As they navigate the ups and downs of sudden fame, they learn more about themselves and each other than they ever thought possible.

Crossover’s megamix-style score, featuring influences from dance pop, country, R&B, and rap, reinforces the show’s message: love between women, romantic or otherwise, is something to sing about.

The show is scheduled for 12pm AEST on Sunday, December 13. Crossover will be presented virtually as a live stream. Tickets are $12 and are available through the Rogue Theater Festival’s ShowTix4U Page. A link to the performance will be sent with each ticket purchase.

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