Disney’s High School Musical is set to take to the stage at Rockdale Town Hall (NSW) from September 26 to October 5, 2014. Chris Scarpellio (pictured below), who directs this Rockdale Musical Society production, talks Disney movies, and putting High School Musical on the stage.
High School Musical Director Kenny Ortega has created some of Disney's most iconic movies - which of these is your favourite and why?
MADONNA and Justin Timberlake only had four minutes to save the world – but is 90 minutes enough to save a marriage at Garrick Theatre in WA?
Written by Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith, Ninety is a short portrait of a failed marriage where an artist and her ex-husband have one last 90-minute conversation before he gets re-married to a young European starlet.
The 2008 play is the story of Isabel seeking closure while William tries to run from memories of their relationship, both good and bad.
Brighton Theatre Company (Vic) presents Chilling and Killing My Annabel Lee by Aidan Fennessy from August 23 – September 6, 2014
"For the moon never beams without bringing me dreams of the beautiful Annabel Lee …"
Edgar Allan Poe's poem of love and obsession weaves its way through this psychological murder mystery, where nothing is what it seems. A young woman is found murdered near the ice-works. An unscrupulous publisher has an old manuscript that details the crime. But who is the author?
A PLAY from an award-winning NYPD Blue writer comes to Melville Theatre in September 2014, evoking the themes of Pygmalion and My Fair Lady with a more intense approach for 2014.
Written by Theresa Rebeck and directed by Trevor Dhu, Spike Heels is a contemporary comedy of manners set in Boston that explores sexual harassment, misplaced amour and the possibility of a four-sided love triangle.
The people that have no idea what they are doing, return for a third time to bring their audience, sometimes at the cost of their own self dignity, an hilarious night of entertainment.
Players from the peninsular and all around Melbourne are set the task to play a bunch of improvisation games, scenes and skits, mixed in with suggestions or even participation from the audience. Live theatre to the extreme, without a safety net, and with little idea of what will happen next is the promise.
CLOC is saluting the modern musical comedy as it proudly presents the return to Melbourne of the effervescent, effusive and very pink Legally Blonde: The Musical. Based on the hit movie of the same name, Legally Blonde follows blonde and bubbly Elle Woods who, having been dumped by her boyfriend for not being ‘serious’ enough, enrols in Harvard Law School in an attempt to win him back, taking her lovable chihuahua Bruiser with her.
This year, the University of Sydney Musical Theatre Ensemble embarks on an ambitious season of firsts. Playing for two weeks at the King Street Theatre, the society will present Sondheim’s Anyone Can Whistle and the Australian debut of Schmidt and Jones’ 110 in the Shade from 15th-25th October, 2014.
A musical send-up of ’50s sci-fi movies is descending upon Perth in September 2014.
Written by David Wechter and Bruce Kimmel, The Brain from Planet X makes its Australian debut at Phoenix Theatre, presented by Dark Psychic Productions.
In 1958, a brain and its two alien cohorts arrive on Earth with a plan to take over the San Fernando Valley – starting with a happy nuclear family. It’s the first step in their quest to destroy the family unit and take over the entire planet.
Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Sydney (formerly Savoy Opera)presents an all-new production of HMS Pinafore in September 2014.
A send-up of the British class system – with ample current satirical references – HMS Pinafore was first officially produced in Australia at Sydney’s Theatre Royal in 1879. Since then it has delighted families and musical comedy lovers of all ages.