Bankstown Theatre Company’s production of Annie hits the stage at the Bryan Brown Theatre in March 2016, with Director Diane Wilson returning to a musical she has quite a history with. She spoke to Stage Whispers.
Stage Whispers: This certainly isn’t your first production of Annie, is it?
A COMEDY about a newspaper and Cinderella – as you’ve never seen her before – are the subject of two short plays at Limelight Theatre (WA) during February 2016.
Written and directed by former journalist, sub-editor and chief-of-staff Bob Charteris, Don’t Shoot The Messenger is set in a present-day newsroom as management decides the newspaper should become completely digital.
The story is seen through the eyes of two veteran journalists who yearn for a return to the “good old days” of journalism.
The first production for 2016 at Arts Theatre Cronulla is David Auburn’s winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prizefor Drama and Tony Award for Best Play, Proof, directed by Gavin Leahy, with a set designed by ATC stalwart Jimmy Bruce.
Proof explores the unknowability of love as much as the mysteries of high-level mathematics, in a thought-provoking night at the theatre.
Heidelberg Theatre Company goes behind the scenes of one of Hollywood’s greatest blockbusters with their February / March 2016 production of Moonlight and Magnolias.
Legendary film producer, David O. Selznick is five weeks into shooting Gone With the Wind when he realizes that the script is awful and that the director doesn't have a clue. He has five days to replace them and restart the shoot or the production will close down.
Following the success of their sell-out production of Mary Poppins, Riverside Theatres and Packemin Production’s will present another huge Pro-Am production, this time the Broadway classic West Side Storyat Riverside Theatres in February 2016.
This iconic musical tells the timeless story of two star-crossed lovers caught in a turf war of rival ethnic gangs.
FOLLOWING success of the comedy It’s All Greek To Me at Perth’s Old Mill Theatre in 2014, Perth playwright Noel O’Neill has penned a sequel for even greater hilarity-matched-with-disaster, which premieres in February 2015
The Planks, a Greek-English family living in ’60s London, return in It’s All Greek To Me Too! with family patriarch Nicky finding himself in all sorts of bother.