Dude, Where’s My Show?

Who is Ashton Kutcher? Ask many different people and you will get a list of his extensive acting career. From long stints on That 70’s Show and Two and a Half Men through… Continue reading

The Play That Goes Wrong – Australian Season

Some of the funniest moments in theatre happen when something goes wrong. When someone forgets their lines. When a prop doesn’t work quite as expected. Or a piece of scenery gets a mind… Continue reading

It’s Time For Melbourne & Adelaide To Fall In Love With Dusty Again!

Melbourne’s iconic Production Company is no longer Melbourne’s own. Closing their 2016 season with the smash hit Australian musical Dusty starring Amy Lehpamer (The Sound of Music) and Todd McKenney (The Boy From… Continue reading

Come To The Cabaret

CABARET has won 12 Tony Awards, 8 Academy Awards and 7 BAFTA awards, made stars out of Joel Grey, Judi Dench and the incredible Liza Minelli and had acclaimed productions from Broadway to… Continue reading

Advertising is EVERYWHERE

Mobile phones are at the top of the slippery slope to societal chaos. Not only do they keep track of all our movements, contain important data which we think is privately shared between… Continue reading

We Will Rock You

The worldwide smash hit musical We Will Rock You has arrived in Melbourne and will play at the Regent Theatre from August 28. We Will Rock You stars Gareth Keegan (Jersey Boys) as… Continue reading

Around the World in 80 Days

Around the World in 80 Days has travelled through many different incarnations over the years. Beginning as a classic adventure novel by the French writer Jules Verne in 1873, it has inspired radio… Continue reading

Natural Enemies Make Great Social Content

I was working on an article about cast albums and ticket sales. Do they increase ticket sales due to increased knowledge about a show? Do they eat into ticket sales because audiences no… Continue reading

The Circus Is Coming To Town

Before it heads to Las Vegas and New York, Australia will receive the world premiere of Circus 1903 promising to take audiences of all ages to the mesmerising golden age of circus. The… Continue reading

The Production Company’s Curtains

While Curtains may be a rather recent musical creation, the timeless writing from Kander & Ebb revives the classic musical theatre traditions for the stage done justice by a cast of Australia’s most… Continue reading