A riot of vivid colour and constant movement, Aladdin is pure, sit-back-and-enjoy-it, see-every-cent-of-your-ticket-price-on-stage entertainment. Throw in a melodic score, laugh-out-loud book and terrific performances, and you have the makings of a well-deserved […]
Roundabout Theatre Company: Cabaret 2014 review
Opera companies do it all the time, so why not theatre companies? Roundabout presents a welcome revival of their acclaimed 1998 revival of Kander and Ebb’s Cabaret. Same designs, same theatre, same […]
Bullets over Broadway the Musical review
A love letter to old Broadway, Bullets is a laugh-a-minute smash, fashioned by consummate theatre professionals into an evening of unabashed theatrical delight.
A highly affecting, emotionally charged journey, Violet boasts an intriguing premise, superb performances from a tight ensemble cast and an intricate, rich score with a distinctly American sound.
After Midnight review
Smoking hot 1920s-Harlem revue After Midnight blows the top off the Brooks Atkinson Theatre with a fiercely talented troupe of dancer/singers backed by a glorious gallery of true jazz musicians.
Blood Brothers: Sneak Peek
Willy Russell’s poetry-laden musical drama Blood Brothers opens tonight at Melbourne’s boutique theatre venue Chapel off Chapel. Manilla Street Productions has gathered a talented cast of singer actors to portray the gritty, […]
The Production Company Announces Season 2014
The Production Company today announced the three classic Broadway musicals that make up season 2014. In their sixteenth year, TPC will present La Cage aux Folles and Show Boat, as well as […]
King of the World: A Tribute to the Music of Jason Robert Brown review
In a synergistic meeting of talent and content, singing actors Laura Fitzpatrick and Josh Piterman come together to divert with their devotion to Broadway tunesmith Jason Robert Brown.
Atlantis in Concert review
In a concert staging that can only be described as all class, musical wunderkind Matthew Robinson gathered a dozen of his oh-so-talented friends to knock the socks off members of the Melbourne […]
Pacific Overtures review
There must be a blue moon in the night sky, for how else to explain an appearance by the rarest of Stephen Sondheim musicals, Pacific Overtures?