Despite the genuinely intriguing premise described in its promotional materials, Genesis to Broadway flounders in a mish mash of styles, tone and content. Ineffective, unfunny and often inaccurate, the show is a […]
Brimming with socially relevant drama and catchy pop hits, Normie Rowe’s story was ripe for musicalisation. Old Scotch Music and Drama Club may not have the resources of full-scale commercial theatre but […]
A joyous celebration of the life of a great Australian, and the country that grew up with her, Margaret Fulton Queen of the Dessert is ninety minutes of delectable enjoyment, as lightly […]
Updated 28 November 2012 to include winners of the Theatre People 2012 Pro Choice Awards. After being absent from the slate in 2011, a flurry of revivals marked the 2012 theatre year, […]
A door-slamming, tit-shaking, tears of laughter-inducing farce of the highest pedigree, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum is the show theatre lovers of Melbourne have waited for all […]
Show biz survivor Elaine Paige impresses with a highly theatrical showcase of her stellar career. The voice may not be what it once was, with arrangements and keys altered to avoid the […]
Producers today announced cast and creative team of highly anticipated world premiere King Kong, set to open its exclusive Australian season in June 2013 at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre.
Not an official review per se but more the happy ramblings of a grateful audience member finally given the chance to see a show they have adored (on cd) for seven years.
Pure, unadulterated music theatre bliss, Legally Blonde is a roller coaster ride of musical pleasure that captures your heart from the first minutes and just doesn’t let go. A giddy delight, Legally […]
While Matt Hetherington delivers a winning performance in the starring role of this eagerly anticipated production, the show itself and several creative aspects are somewhat below standard.