The Guild Theatre at Rockdale in Sydney's south is presenting The Book of Everthing from May 15 to June 13, 2015.
Thomas, aged nine nearly TEN is being brave when he carries the neighbour's shopping into her house because all the kids think she is a witch. Benjamin Goodyear as Thomas and Sue Stapleton as the neighbour admitting she is a witch.
Sharmony Productions has been created by two long standing Brisbane actresses, Sharon White and Sandra Harman, in order to produce quality theatre productions focusing small cast plays which showcase the talents of more seasoned performers, as well as up and coming actors.
Director Osman Kabbara, musical director Josh Ransom and choreographer Criag Nhobbs are the team behind Miranda Musical Society’s production of the cult boy band musical ALTAR BOYZ at the Memorial School of Arts, Sutherland from June 12 to 21, 2015. Osman and Craig spoke to Stage Whispers about the show.
When did you first see Altar Boyz and what was your initial reaction to the show?
If rehearsals are any indication, MLOC Productions’ cast and production team promises to ensure audiences enjoy a riotous show when Monty Python’s Spamalot is presented from June 12 – 20 at the Phoenix Theatre, Elwood (Vic).
Spamalot retells the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table in their search for the Holy Grail.
The show’s writer, Monty Python’s Eric Idle, describes the show as ‘lovingly ripped from the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail.’
Mosman Musical Society (NSW) presents Pete Townshend’s rock musical TOMMY at the Zenith Theatre, Chatswood from June 19 to 27, 2015.
After witnessing the accidental murder of his mother's lover by his father, Tommy is traumatised into catatonia, and as the boy grows, he suffers abuse at the hands of his sadistic relatives and neighbours. As an adolescent, he’s discovered to have an uncanny knack for playing pinball, and when his mother finally breaks through his catatonia, he becomes an international pinball superstar.
A CLASSIC Australian play from the 1950s highlighting parallels with today’s fly-in, fly-out workers takes to the Old Mill Theatre (WA) stage in June.
Written by Ray Lawler and directed by Trevor Dhu, Summer of the Seventeenth Doll is considered by literary scholars to be the most significant in Australian theatre history because it provided a turning point where distinctly Australian life and characters were openly and authentically portrayed.
Two itinerant cane cutters, Barney and Roo, have spent the past 16 summers off with two ladies in Melbourne.