Following the success of their sell-out production of Mary Poppins, Riverside Theatres and Packemin Production’s will present another huge Pro-Am production, this time the Broadway classic West Side Storyat Riverside Theatres in February 2016.
This iconic musical tells the timeless story of two star-crossed lovers caught in a turf war of rival ethnic gangs.
FOLLOWING success of the comedy It’s All Greek To Me at Perth’s Old Mill Theatre in 2014, Perth playwright Noel O’Neill has penned a sequel for even greater hilarity-matched-with-disaster, which premieres in February 2015
The Planks, a Greek-English family living in ’60s London, return in It’s All Greek To Me Too! with family patriarch Nicky finding himself in all sorts of bother.
The Guild Theatre launches its 2016 season with a riotous comedy that unites both the old and the new. Veterans of the group work together with aspiring young actors in this fun play, to provide an evening of laughs and a little sentiment.
Exit Laughing by Paul Elliott is a comedy about starting afresh and living life to the fullest.
Opera is a very expensive art form, if it is to be done properly.
Most operas require authentic and often elaborate period costumes, which don’t come cheaply. They also have very specific orchestra requirements, such as harpsichord for a Mozart opera. Lastly, the sets need to reflect the era and can be difficult to acquire and probably one of the biggest expenses in an opera budget.
MURDER, diamonds, bluffs and double-bluffs – all the ingredients for Inside Job, at Melville Theatre (WA) in February 2016.
Written by Brian Clemens OBE and directed by Joan Scafe, the play is set in Spain where a professional safe-cracker enjoys a hedonistic life until the stunning Suzy sweeps into his world for a secret rendezvous.
But what starts out as an assignation rapidly spirals into an intrigue of diamonds, plots, counter-plots and an intricate web of deceit and deception.
What do you get when you combine the creative talent and amazing imagination of Adelaide’s Matthew Briggs and Josh Heaysman? You get a musical that almost defies description and is a must-see, that’s what. Lesley Reed reports on the World Premiere of The Angel of Death.
The hooded and scythe-wielding herald of death known as the Grim Reaper is a mythical figure known to us all. The dark entity has surely never been depicted quite as Matthew Briggs and Josh Heaysman imagine him though, one with beginnings intertwined with Elizabeth 1 and the Spanish Armada!