Production Team and Crew

Not For The Faint-Hearted

Gone are the days when the amateur musical circuit could be considered repetitive and stagnant. Brave companies are takin ...

Stage Management: The Glue that Holds a Production Together

By Marcus Pugh from Resolution X Once the curtain opens, the most important person in ...

Director’s Diary: Les Misérables, Willoughby Theatre Company

When Hal Leonard announced last year that Les Misérables was being made avai ...

Director’s Diary: A Midsummer Night’s Dream The Rock Musical

Director Ian Wesley took up the challenge of staging a new musical. It was a gambl ...

Choreographing King Kong

John “Cha Cha” O’Connell (Strictly Ballroom, Moulin Rouge, Enchanted) promises a wide choreography palet ...

Director's Diary: The BIG MAKado or Three Little Maids From Schoolies.

Melvyn Morrow, the co-writer of Dusty and SHOUT! and veteran Gilbert and Sul ...

The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare.

Director's Diary by Constantine Costi, The Genesian Theatre (Sydney) Venice is sinking. It&rsq ...

Directors Diary: Death of a Salesman

It was Drama of the Year at the Victoria Drama League Awards in 2011. Director Kevin Trask tells the story beh ...

Building An Officer and a Gentleman The Musical

Building a set for a multi-million dollar musical is a big journey. Even more so when it is a world ...

Director’s Diary: Annie – The Regals Musical Society

Meg Day told her assistant Director “no show I’ve done has ever been this on t ...