Completing their ever-grander twentieth season, The Production Company serves up a delectable slice of musical theatre heaven with the merrily macabre A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.
The Production Company: Brigadoon review
An intelligent update and a terrific cast make Brigadoon an immensely satisfying offering from The Production Company.
The Production Company: Funny Girl review
Caroline O’Connor is the Greatest Star in The Production Company’s sensational new staging of legendary Broadway classic Funny Girl, a lavish production lifted to heights of greatness by the supreme confidence and […]
Follies in Concert review [Melbourne 2016]
Superb direction and electric performances makes this presentation of Follies in Concert far more than a rose-tinted trip down memory lane.
The Production Company: Jerry’s Girls review
The Production Company’s staging of Jerry’s Girls delivers, as promised, Australia’s leading ladies and Broadway’s greatest showstoppers. If these elements were presented on their own merits, the show would most likely be […]
Victorian Opera: Sunday in the Park with George review
Inventive design, deft direction and an outstanding cast combine for an all too rare staging of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s treasured masterwork Sunday in the Park with George. An air of […]
2012 Music Theatre Year in Review
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, […]
Annie review [Melbourne]
Ever-loveable orphan Annie has made her way back to musical-loving Melbourne after a two-town tryout up north.
Riding a wave of nostalgia, and a timely relevance to volatile world markets, that optimistic orphan Annie is back to warm the hearts of theatregoers all over again.