Chatswood Musical Society (NSW) is to present the Australian premiere of the Broadway musical IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU, a musical farce with blushing brides, nervous grooms, overbearing mums, unexpected guests, and plenty of crazy twists and turns … at the Independent Theatre, North Sydney from 31 March, 2017.
A behind-the-scenes look at the filming of Gone With The Wind, and some of the problems encountered, is the first production of 2017 for Limelight Theatre in Wanneroo, WA.
Written by Emmy Award-winning screenwriter Ron Hutchinson and directed by Carryn McLean, Moonlight and Magnolias is loosely based on the fact that, in 1939, Gone With The Wind producer David O. Selznick shut down production after three weeks of filming because he was unhappy with the screenplay.
Kicking off the 2017 Season of plays at The Pavilion Theatre, Castle Hill Players (In Sydney's North West) will present Tim Firth’s Calendar Girls from Friday 3 February through to Saturday 25 February.
Many people would be familiar with the highly successful 2003 Miramax film based on a true story of a group of Yorkshire women who produced a nude calendar to raise money for Leukaemia Research under the auspices of the Women's Institute in April 1999.
Heidelberg Theatre Company presents Jonathan Biggins’ Australia Day From February 17 to March 4, 2017
Australia Day is a set in the imaginary small town of Coriole, somewhere near the eastern seaboard. The play deals with the six committee members and their battles to agree on the programme of the titular event.
The big day finally arrives and with it hilarity and disaster in equal measure. The portaloos overflow, the sausages are past their use-by date and the heavens open.
GET ready to rock! A high-energy musical, featuring a story of rivalry and power, is set to come alive in February and March 2017.
Presented by Black Box Creations and directed by Katherine Freind, Camp Rock: The Musical opens with Mitchie and her friends arriving at Camp Rock, ready to spend another summer jamming and having the time of their lives.
CLOC Musical Theatre was the big winner at the Music Theatre Guild of Victoria’s 2016 Bruce Awards, presented at Frankston Arts Centre on Saturday December 10, 2016.
CLOC’s production of Jesus Christ Superstar took out nine awards including Production of the Year, with OCPAC’s Catch Me If You Can receiving five awards. Windmill’s The Little Mermaid took out three awards, while Footlight Productions Mary Poppins scored 2 awards.
Castle Hill Players wraps up the 2016 season with Jeffery Archer’s The Accused. The audience will take on the role of Jury as Dr. Patrick Sherwood stands trial, accused of poisoning his wife in this enthralling courtroom drama set in the Old Bailey. The evidence is presented to the Jury by two of Britain’s best barristers, highly experienced, highly competitive and loathsome of each other. At each performance the audience will decide Guilty or Not Guilty and the play will close according to the decision.