Broadway, television, movies, motherhood, symphony concerts, it seems there is nothing Idina Menzel cannot do. And having heard her roof-raising voice live in concert tonight, two thousand screaming fans know have an […]
Adam Guettel may be teaching a masterclass with students tomorrow, but this evening he gave one all on his own. Simply attired in sweater and jeans, Guettel had the crowd of music […]
A cult favourite amongst music theatre cognoscenti, The Last Five Years is all too rarely seen on Melbourne stages. This popularity, along with the relatively simple staging requirements, makes the show a […]
Nominations were announced this evening for the 13th annual Helpmann Awards. The Awards will be presented at the Sydney Opera House on Monday 29 July, in a ceremony that will be telecast […]
The revival of a musical might involve new sets and costumes, but the addition of new material based on further real life events makes Shane Warne the Musical even more unique than […]
As a groundbreaking theatrical spectacular, King Kong is a lavish, jaw-dropping success. As a “music theatre event,” however, it is a disappointing failure, setting the art form back 70 years.
Magnormos has dared to dream a big dream in transferring 2011 fringe smash hit Flowerchildren to a city stage, and Melbourne’s theatrical landscape is all the richer for it.
Melbourne’s insatiable theatre fans finally have their chance to taste the delectable slice of music theatre heaven that is Legally Blonde the musical. Polished to perfection in warm up seasons in a […]
The show we all imagined would never make it to the amateur stage is here, and it is a success of the highest order. CLOC’s mighty achievement is a production that is […]
Energetic, heart-warming and wildly inventive, Matilda the musical is a force of nature that is equal parts funny, touching and downright scary. Crossing the Atlantic basically intact, the West End hit is […]