The Bunbury Repertory Club’s (WA) next production, Mystery on the Orient Express, opens on the 17th of May promising a fun-filled evening of mayhem, mishaps and laughter.
It is a classic comedy that will have the audience laughing throughout the entire show while watching the bubbling Holmes, Inspector Gadget, Miss Marples and the Can Can girls to name a few, solve the mystery.
The Biblical saga of Joseph and his coat of many colors comes to life in the musical parable Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, presented by Chatswood Musical Society from 10-18 May at the Zenith Theatre.
Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat was the original hit for composer/lyricist duo Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice (Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita).
For 45 years now, the show has been a favourite with family audiences the world over.
When Savoyards opens their production of Phantom of the Opera on 25 May 2013, it will not only be the Queensland premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s most popular work, but also the second amateur production of the musical in the world.
With a cast of 52 and a 27 piece orchestra it’ll be one of the largest productions Savoyards have ever mounted in their 52 year history and will play for 14 performances at the Iona Performing Arts Centre, Wynnum.
A chance conversation two years ago has lead Normanhurst Uniting Church Musical Society (NUCMS) Director Ian Wesley on an adventure which culminates in May the year with the Australian premiere of A Midsummer Night’s Dream: The Rock Musical.
Directed by Ian Wesley and Mel Hogan, with musical direction by Isaac Reefman and choreography by Mel Hogan, NUCMS presents A Midsummer Night’s Dream: The Rock Musical from May 10 – 25, 2013.
Melbourne’s CLOC Musical Theatre is preparing to launch its 2013 season in May with a huge coup – the WORLD amateur premiere production of Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber’s legendary masterpiece The Phantom of the Opera.
BE warned: zombies will be on the loose this May – and they’re accompanied by disco music.
Pop culture, apocalypse mayhem and the decade fashion forgot come together in Maul of the Dead, a dark horror comedy presented by Phoenix Theatre and Dark Psychic Productions (WA) from May 10.
Written by Mitch Brian and directed by Jayde Clark and Shaun Griffin, the show is set in the late 1970s and embraces a treasure trove of horror film clichés as ravenous hordes descend upon an abandoned shopping mall.