Ten, a cabaret style evening of entertainment featuring music from shows nominated for Broadway’s Tony Awards in the last ten years, plays at the Mosman Art Gallery for four performances only from June 21. Produced by Mosman Musical Society, Ten features numbers from hits such as Wicked, Legally Blonde & Spamalot, and relatively lesser known musicals in Australia including Book of Mormon, Grey Gardens, Catch Me If You Can, Kinky Boots and Xanadu.
Tony Award winning musical, The Secret Garden, is Beenleigh Theatre Group’s forthcoming production at Crete Street Theatre, Beenleigh from 27 June until 12 July, 2014, bringing the musical to the extended theatre audiences of Brisbane, Logan and Gold Coast.
Perth’s Regal Theatre will come alive with The Sound of Music during the 2014 July school holidays with the ICW production of the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, featuring the talents of leading West Australian performers and the full ICW Arts Orchestra and chorus.
SOCIAL snobbery in all its guises comes to the fore in Melville Theatre’s (WA) July 2014 production, as old views of British society clash with contemporary attitudes of American culture.
Written by Noël Coward (Hay Fever, Private Lives, Blithe Spirit), and directed by Tarryn Harris (née Bullock), Relative Values is a comedy about the Earl of Marshwood choosing a Hollywood actress as his bride.
Miranda Musical Society is staging Stephen Sondheim’s revue-style musical Assassins, based on the men and women who have attempted, successfully or otherwise, to assassinate American presidents, at Sutherland Memorial School of Arts from June 13 – 22, 2014.
Ashfield Musical Society is presenting the Tony Award- winning musical West Side Story at Concord RSL Club Auditorium, Concord West, for two weekends, opening Friday June 20 and closing Sunday June 29, with both matinee and evening performances available.
When Packemin Productions bring Disney’s Beauty and the Beast to the stage at Riverside Theatres Parramatta in July, another of the large scale pro-am musical productions for which they have built such a name, Scott Irwin makes the rather unusual transformation from Gaston, the role which he played in the professional production here in Sydney, to the Beast.
Beauty and the Beast is a show that holds very dear memories for Scott.
‘Roaring Twenties’ style show tunes, Vaudevillian characters and wry, observational humour will combine this June to create a delightfully funny musical theatre piece in Hills Musical Theatre Company’s The Drowsy Chaperone, bursting on stage at Castle Hill RSL.
Hills MTC, a refreshed Hills Musical Society, will present this show within a show on June 12th – 15th, 2014, replete with big musical numbers, show-stopping leading ladies, tap dancing leading men and, at its heart, a theatre fan with an anxious, sardonic sense of humour.