It seems that when StageArt are not too busy presenting Australian premiere musicals, celebrating diversity in casting or providing affordable high quality entertainment, they are shining the spotlight on new, original Australian […]
Explosive energy threatens to blow the roof right off the theatre as StageArt presents the Australian premiere of 2010 Best Musical Tony Award-winner, Memphis.
Acclaimed singers in their own right, Michael Ball and Alfie Boe are even better Together, a fact Melbourne fans can attest to after last night’s boffo concert at Hamer Hall.
Programmed well over a year ago, the presentation of The Second Hurricane turns out to be prescient indeed, sharing a message of the power of banding together in chaotic times.
The perfect size for a boutique musical production, They’re Playing Our Song launches new independent musical theatre troupe Company Eleven with great flair.
An original work in every regard, Self is an extraordinary display of creativity, celebrating the artistry that can be achieved by the collaboration of local talent.
In a timely and glittering new production, Hayes Theatre Co has attracted an extraordinary cast to present Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman’s pitch black musical, Assassins.
A glittering celebration of twentieth century pop music, the Australian premiere season of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical is blessed with a superb local cast.
It turns out that Pop-up Globe’s As You Like It is exactly as I like it: funny, loud, brash, musical and packed with heart.
An artistic triumph, Black Rider combines a magically innovative production with an incredibly characterful cast to create a highly memorable evening of adult theatre.