A Very Kransky Christmas

They’re creepy and they’re kooky, Mysterious and spooky, They’re all together ooky . . . The Kransky Sisters are back in Melbourne with their latest show A Very Kransky Christmas running exclusively at… Continue reading

Putting on the Ritz

In his first screen test for Hollywood, Fred Astaire didn’t make the cut. Why? He was told he ‘can’t sing, can’t act, slightly balding and can dance a little’. And boy, did he… Continue reading

Calendar Girls

Everybody has had this nightmare. You’re standing on a stage, totally unprepared, in front of hundreds of people only to realise that you are completely nude. Well, the women of the latest show… Continue reading

Pop Up Globe’s As You Like It

Melbourne loves a good pop up. From pop up restaurant to pop up festivals, there is not a single phrase which attracts more Melburnians than ‘pop up’. And that has proven true for… Continue reading

The Bodyguard makes its way to Melbourne

Based on the hit movie starring Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner, The Bodyguard is opening this week in Melbourne following acclaimed seasons in Sydney and Brisbane. Starring Paulini Curuenavuli as star Rachel Marron and Neighbours‘ Kip… Continue reading

Pop-up Globe Pops Up Out of Nowhere

Amongst 110-tonnes and 60kms of scaffolding, Melbourne’s newest performance venue – the Pop-up Globe – has literally popped up out of nowhere in the Shakespeare Gardens next to Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl.… Continue reading

The Production Company’s Jesus Christ has earned its Superstar status

What’s the Buzz? The Production Company’s second show of 2017 is nothing short of a miraculous spectacle bringing a completely modern take on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar. Arguably… Continue reading

TPC’s next Superstar production

The Production Company is back with their second show for 2017, Jesus Christ Superstar. Starring Rob Mills as Jesus, Alinta Chidzey as Mary Magdalene and Zoy Frangos as Judas alongside a supporting ensemble… Continue reading

Next Fall

Religion is an interesting concept. For most of the general public, whether you believe or not, it is very difficult to understand the beliefs of the other side. And it gets even more… Continue reading

Paris – A Rock Odyssey

Before he passed away in March last year, Jon English was well underway planning a professional production of his rock opera, Paris. Mounting this limited run concert production in his memory, Music Theatre… Continue reading