International mystery judge revealed for Music Theatre Melbourne COVID-19 competition

The secret is out.  Music Theatre Melbourne has revealed the identity of the ‘international mystery guest’ who will join its four Australian judges to determine the winner of its exciting quest for a… Continue reading

VABT Virtual Bucket Raffle

TODAY IS THE DAY! THE PERFORMING ARTS NEEDS YOU! The Victorian Actors’ Benevolent Trust (VABT) has assisted thousands of entertainers and performing arts professionals for more than 60 years and now, more than ever,… Continue reading

Explore the Kuriosities of Cirque’s latest show

Deep inside the cabinet of curiosities lies a world of incredible wonders in Cirque du Soleil’s latest Australian show, Kurios, as some of the world’s most talented circus performers assemble together under one… Continue reading

Billy Elliot the Musical

Featuring music by the legendary Elton John, Billy Elliot the Musical has been seen by over 12 million people worldwide and taken home 85 awards internationally, including 10 Tony Awards. Telling the story of… Continue reading

Shrek the Musical

Fairytale misfits have taken over Melbourne as Shrek the Musical moves into Her Majesty’s Theatre. Bringing to life the fan favourite animated feature, Shrek tells the story of a faraway kingdom turned upside… Continue reading

Taking off with Cirque Stratosphere

50 years have passed since the first Moon Landing. This milestone has renewed our interest in space and formed the inspiration for the latest brilliant circus to spring up in Arts Centre Melbourne’s… Continue reading

Melbourne is certainly feeling Kurios!

Following the much anticipated announcement of a nation-wide tour of Cirque du Soleil’s most acclaimed show to date, KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities, the response has been so overwhelming that the world-famous company has… Continue reading

The Production Company’s Ragtime

“This is the one I’ve been dreaming about for twenty years”. What a fitting way to celebrate the end of The Production Company’s final full year than with the monolith musical Ragtime. Set… Continue reading

The Beautiful Game

There is a thought in musical theatre that when the emotions you are trying to convey become too intense for speaking, you sing. For most Australian musical theatre audiences, soccer would not be… Continue reading

It Must Be Believed To Be Seen

Following a hugely successful six-month season at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will be playing at her Majesty’s Theatre form Friday August 9. Five boys share the role of Charlie Bucket… Continue reading