It may be the first day of autumn, but the smiles of a summer night can be enjoyed in this welcome revival of rapturously melodic musical A Little Night Music.
Transplanting a punk pop album onto a musical theatre stage proves an inspired concept as Melbourne embraces the electric energy of Green Day’s American Idiot.
Reveling in its crassness, Hand to God is as deliberate in its intent to shock as it is obvious. A very strong local cast adds to the attraction of this Australian premiere.
With a vocal talent that can only be described as phenomenal, Bernadette Robinson returns to the stage in tailor-made new crowd pleaser, The Show Goes On.
Just as the castaways need rescuing from an uncharted desert isle, so too do the cast and crew need rescuing from the disappointingly dull book and score of Gilligan’s Island the Musical.
The delayed opening night of Tristan and Isolde proved well worth the wait, an evening of musical splendour that will live in the hearts and minds of those lucky enough to be […]
Perfectly suited to a boutique scale production, cherished Broadway musical Falsettos shines in this in intimate, meticulously directed new staging.
A joyful celebration of the power of embracing what makes a person special, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is one of the most exciting new British musicals in a long time.
Celebrating the twentieth anniversary of its creation, this pristine revival of Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella is a very welcome choice for Sadler’s Wells annual Matthew Bourne winter season.
This performance of Peter Wright’s highly traditional production of Giselle brought a significant role debut, as young Australian Benjamin Ella premiered as Albrecht, which is the biggest role to date in his […]