Whoopee baby! Thoroughly Modern Millie returns in a splashy, starry staging that distils the very essence of musical comedy into an evening of unabashed joy.
A fringe show juxtaposed into a mainstream season, Lazarus trades the safe for the surreal, presenting David Bowie’s cherished music in a decidedly enigmatic experience.
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.
Rohan Browne deservedly Gets His Name In Lights as he takes centre stage in this spectacular new production of much loved Australian musical The Boy from Oz.
Venerable Melbourne institution The Production Company begins their landmark twentieth season with a concert staging of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! that is simply as good as it gets.
An intelligent update and a terrific cast make Brigadoon an immensely satisfying offering from The Production Company.
One of Melbourne’s all time favourite musicals, Jesus Christ Superstar is back on stage for a short, but quite spectacular, season.
Look at the old girl now, fellas. Mrs Dolly Levi, born Gallagher, is back on the Melbourne stage in a glossy, if somewhat scaled down, production of Golden Age classic Hello, Dolly!.
An absolutely sensational lead performance from Amy Lehpamer is a key attraction in The Production Company’s revival of 2006 Australian musical Dusty.
Brimming with toe tapping tunes and laugh-out-loud puns and punchlines, the Australian professional premiere of Curtains is a fresh, welcome entry to the 2016 Melbourne music theatre season.