Mary Poppins will fly around numerous Australian community theatres in 2015, yet again challenging the technical ingenuity of many of our companies. The newly released mega musical is clearly the hot new choice on the circuit, and we look forward to many imaginative solutions. It’s one of two new flying challenges out there this year, though far less companies seem to be leaping at the daunting challenge of levitating a car in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
US comedy It's Just Sexis set for its Australian premiere in what will be The Adelaide Repertory Theatre's raciest show ever.
Friends Joan and Phil, Greg and Lisa and Kelly and Carl are three ordinary married couples. On the surface they look the perfect picture of monogamy, but temptations and hidden desires bubble and seethe underneath.
A MUSICAL spoof of popular horror shows, The Rocky Monster Show, is a witch’s brew of Young Frankenstein, Phantom of the Opera, Rebecca, The Addams Family, The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Little Shop of Horrors.
Pristine Entertainment (WA) will present the all-singing, all-dancing mix of bizarre comedy in June 2015 at the Carine Senior High School Performing Arts Centre.
Castle Hill Players (NSW) present Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune by Terence McNally during June 2015.
There is only ‘this’ Frankie and ‘this’ Johnny in the world and their tentative discovery of what they wish for and fear creates a beautifully poignant story of two people trying to connect. As the evening slowly ebbs towards the dawn so does their relationship carefully unfold in this tender and romantic comedy.
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?