Community Theatre

Mr Bailey’s Minder for Melville

A PLAY from the pen of Offspring creator and head writer Debra Oswald comes to Melville Theatre in WA from April 26 to May 12, 2017, focusing onfriendship, ego and the secret longing for a better life.

Directed by Vanessa Jensen, Mr Bailey’s Minder is the story of Leo Bailey, one of Australia’s greatest living artists, whose genius battles to survive the effects of alcohol, cynicism and self-loathing.

Frankenstein Born Again In Adelaide

2018 marks two hundred years since Mary Shelley’s iconic novel Frankenstein was first published. It is also the year Adelaide audiences will experience for the first time a production of Nick Dear’s recent and critically acclaimed adaptation for theatre of this story of hostility, prejudice and social injustice. Lesley Reed reports.

Dogfight Musical at Bankstown Theatre Company

Written by Justin Paul and Benj Pasek, the same writers of the Broadway hit Dear Evan Hansen, Dogfight is set in 1963, beginning on the eve of three young recruits’ deployment to a growing conflict in Southeast Asia. On their final night of debauchery, partying and trouble-making, Corporal Eddie Birdlace (Stefan Jamal), angry and inexperienced, meets unsuspecting, trusting, and idealistic waitress Rose Fenny (Tanya Boyle) and enlists her to win an unkind bet with his fellow recruits. But Rose turns out to be far more than Eddie bargained for.

Disney's Mulan Jr for Phoenix Theatre

Phoenix Theatre (WA) will host the beloved Disney classic Mulan Jr at Hamilton Hill Memorial Hall in March 2018.  Defying the village matchmaker, Mulan takes up arms and disguises as a boy in order to spare her father from having to serve in the army. The Huns have invaded, and it is up to the misfit Mulan and her mischievous sidekick Mushu to save the Emperor!

Jeeves & Wooster at Hunters Hill

Hunters Hill Theatre (HHT) are celebrating the launch of their 2018 season with the Sydney Amateur Premier of a play based on P.G. Wodehouse’s Jeeves and Wooster novels.

Little Women Musical for North Shore

Louisa May Alcott's Civil War classic novel comes to life on stage in the musical Little Women from 20 to 28 April at The Independent Theatre, North Sydney.

It will be the first musical for Chatswood Musical Society since the company changed itsname to North Shore Theatre Company.

Directing Dogfight

Director Meg Day tells Stage Whispers about her approach to Bankstown Theatre Company’s March 2018 production of the stage musical adaptation of the movie Dogfight.

“That’s a musical? Why would you want to direct that?”

Beauty and the Beast to Enchant Miranda

After capturing the hearts and imagination of more than 35 million people worldwide, the magical love story of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is making a return to Miranda Musical Society in Sydney’s south. 

The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead at Pymble

Pymble Players’ first productions for 2018 is The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead, opening on February 14th .

This Australian comedy by Robert Hewett, tells the story of Rhonda, an ordinary suburban housewife, whose husband of 17 years suddenly leaves her. At a loss to understand his actions, and emboldened by her best friend Lynnette, redheaded Rhonda lashes out and loses control. The consequences of her actions play out across time and through a group of people brought together by that one ill-fated moment. 

Fiddler on the Roof at Rockdale

One of the world’s most loved, record-breaking Broadway shows returns to Sydney’s south in March when Rockdale Musical Society presents Fiddler on the Roof, starring award-winning Adam Scicluna as Tevye.