Having held a mirror to Australian society for more than 50 years, master comic performer Barry Humphries shows no signs of slowing down in this “farewell” tour. There is even a brand […]
Eat Pray Laugh! Barry Humphries’ Farewell Tour review
Cosi Fan Tutte review
Melbourne Opera has built up a stable of talented, entertaining singers, so what better opera than Cosi Fan Tutte, with no less than six major roles, to show off the skills of […]
Queen Lear review
A powerful woman comes to favour her youngest daughter – sound familiar? Even when scheduling this bold adaptation a year ago, MTC could not have foreseen how timely and relevant the concept […]
The Producers review
The Production Company has set a very high standard for their 2012 presentations, gathering a sensational cast for the deliriously funny musical comedy The Producers.
Sondheim to Australia for Rush in Forum
Melbourne musical theatre’s “best kept secret” was officially revealed today when prolific producer John Frost announced his upcoming revival of A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum.
After one of the most inscrutable marketing campaigns in recent memory, the veil is finally lifted on brand new musical Moonshadow.
Annie review [Melbourne]
Ever-loveable orphan Annie has made her way back to musical-loving Melbourne after a two-town tryout up north.
Wagner’s Dream Comes True
When New York’s Metropolitan Opera decided to stage a new production of Wagner’s epic Ring cycle, their first in over 20 years, Director Susan Froemke was there to capture every twist and […]
The Merry Widow review
Given the current financial unrest in Europe, perennial favourite The Merry Widow is perhaps more topical than ever.
An Officer and A Gentleman The Musical review
Director Simon Phillips and team redefine the boundaries of music theatre in this gripping, moving and ultimately uplifting new musical.