Bringing A Greek Odyssey Back To The Stage

Jon English was known for many different accomplishments throughout his life including multiple top twenty hit singles and, most famously, his stint as the Pirate King in Gilbert & Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance.… Continue reading

Christina Bianco is bringing DIVA MOMENTS to Australia

Why settle for one Diva, when you can have them all? New York and West End performer, and YouTube sensation Christina Bianco is set to perform her hit solo show DIVA MOMENTS at… Continue reading

The Play That Goes Wrong

The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are attempting to put on a 1920s murder mystery. The operative word being ‘attempting’. As the title of this new show set to open at Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre… Continue reading

L’amante anglaise returns to fortyfivedownstairs

A brutal murder is committed in a small town in France. The dismembered corpse is dropped from a railway viaduct onto passing trains below. All except the head. Marguerite Duras’ L’amante anglaise is… Continue reading

Digital Peak Behind The Curtain

Next to a discount ticket offer, the best way to get traction within the musical theatre consumer community is to stop treating them like a consumer. Give them a VIP peak behind the… Continue reading

A Series of Unfortunate Marketing Campaigns

There is some innate quality within all of us that makes us yearn to do the exact opposite of what we are told. I’m not talking about breaking the fundamental rules of society.… Continue reading

Making The Rules Up Again

Making the headlines used to be the sign that you had come up with a marketing strategy that was both controversial and actionable, but people don’t read the headlines anymore. Now you want… Continue reading

A Simple Subscription

Subscriptions snuck into our lives through the entertainment sector. They rose to prominance through the on-demand, original incarnation of Netflix where your selection of DVDs were delivered to your door whenever you wanted… Continue reading

You’ll Want To Run Away With The Circus

There is a reason that the circus has thrived for centuries. Showing off a series of unbelievable feats of strength, balance and coordination, performers have managed to wow audiences through the ages as… Continue reading

The Circus Has Come To Town

Circus 1903 – The Golden Age of Circus has opened in Melbourne as part of its world premiere Australian tour before transferring directly to Los Angeles and New York. Bringing together the team… Continue reading