Windmill Theatre Company (Vic) will present Andrew Lloyd Webber's ThePhantom of the Opera at the Drum Theatre in Dandenong from June 21, one of the first companies in the world to be given the rights to perform this musical theatre classic outside of a professional setting.
Following the success of How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, Sydney University Musical Theatre Society (MUSE) will stage two contrasting productions, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Company as part of their Repertory season at the King Street Theatre, Newtown.
Trish Carr, director of MLOC’s big the musical, was determined to recreate the Big Piano, which is played by the user’s feet tapping the keys to make music, best known for its appearance in the 1988 comedy Big, starring Tom Hanks.
This Walking Piano is a synthesizer, invented in 1976 by Pennsylvania, PA kinetic artist and inventor Remo Saraceni, merging dance, music and play
Two brothers, Thomas and Peter Stockmann, one a doctor, the other their town’s mayor, join forces to support the opening of a medicinal bath-house. At first the project seems wildly successful. Tourists, money and prestige pour in hand over fist. But then Thomas discovers the bath-house’s waters are polluted -- and the people who trusted them are falling ill. As the magnitude of the disaster is revealed, one by one the town’s people start to take sides, testing loyalties to breaking point.
The Hills Musical Society’s first show in its new venue, the stage musical version of The Wedding Singer, hits the stage at the Castle Hill RSL on June 13, 2013.
Breaking technology’s stranglehold on society, the production of The Wedding Singer promises to take audiences back to a time before Facebook, before the internet, before mp3s, before One Direction and Taylor Swift; back to a time when hair was big, parachute pants were cool, and CD players were only for the rich.
Well nothing…or, to be more precise [title of show]. No, that’s not a mistake on my part…[title of show] really is the…er….title of the new show opening at my favourite theatre group Fab Nobs on Friday June 7th. Essentially it’s a musical about two guys who are….er….writing a musical. And two guys did in fact write this musical about two guys who…..oh never mind, it’ll all make sense when you see it. Or maybe not, but you’ll be laughing and cheering so it won’t matter.