Features

Amanda Harrison on Cyrens and life as a leading lady of Aussie theatre

Amanda Harrison, Chelsea Gibb and Melissa Langton in a promotional image for Cyrens.

Amanda Harrison is beloved by audiences for her massive contribution to the Australian theatre industry throughout her career, originating some of our most challenging female roles in leading musical theatre productions. She has earned her leading lady status, but over recent years has been seen embracing more concert and cabaret style performances, moving away from… Read more.


My Fair Lady Photo Feature

Image by Belinda Strodder

Opera Australia and John Frost’s acclaimed production of My Fair Lady opens tonight at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre. Starring Anna O’Byrne and Charles Edwards as Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins, this 60th anniversary production features Cecil Beaton and Oliver Smith’s original set and costume designs from the 1956 Broadway premiere, direction from the world’s original Eliza… Read more.



Chatting with Broadway and West End star Sierra Boggess

Chatting with Broadway and West End star Sierra Boggess

You may know Sierra Boggess from her starring role as Ariel in The Little Mermaid or Christine in Phantom of the Opera or most recently she originated the role of Principal Mullins in School of Rock. Now this Broadway and West End musical theatre star is making her Australian debut! She can’t wait to come… Read more.


Gabi Bergman chats with Kate Fitzpatrick and Michael Cormick from Cabaret

Kate Fitzpatrick and Michael Cormick star in Cabaret

Straight from its sold-out season in Sydney at Hayes Theatre Co, Cabaret has opened its doors at Melbourne’s Atheneum Theatre. Kander and Ebb’s Cabaret takes its basis from Christopher Isherwood’s novel The Berlin Stories, exploring sexual freedom and social deliverance during 1930s pre-war Berlin. Producer David M Hawkins’ dark, sexy take on the show creates an… Read more.


Jerry Mitchell on the healing power of Kinky Boots

Jerry Mitchell on the healing power of Kinky Boots

Jerry Mitchell, acclaimed Broadway musical theatre director and choreographer, is no stranger to Australian audiences. His work has been Tony and Helpmann Award nominated (he’s won a few of each!), proving that he knows how to translate themes across continents, no matter the background of the viewer. In the following interview, Mitchell talks to us… Read more.


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