Articles by: @erinejames

Erin James is AussieTheatre.com's Editor in Chief and a performer on both stage and screen. Recent appearances include South Pacific and The King and I (Opera Australia), Love Never Dies and Cats (Really Useful Group) and the feature film The Little Death (written and directed by Josh Lawson).

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Les Miserables announces Perth and Sydney seasons, 2015

LES MIS AUSTRALIAN PRODUCTION. One Day More. Image by Matt Murphy

Wasting no time after a star studded opening gala at Her Majesty’s Theatre last night, Producer Cameron Mackintosh today announced today Les Miserables will transfer to the Capitol Theatre, Sydney in March next year. This new production, which will also play a short season in Perth in January 2015 prior…

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Jonathan Biggins to host the 2014 Helpmann Awards

Jonathan Biggins to host the 2014 Helpmann Awards

It was announced today that writer, director and performer Jonathan Biggins and the Wharf Revue team will host the 2014 Helpmann Awards ceremony at the Capitol Theatre in Sydney. Set to take place on Monday 18 August, the Helpmann Awards Ceremony will feature a host of performances from some of…

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Circus Oz Photo Feature

Circus Oz. Image by Belinda Strodder

The gang at Circus Oz are back in Melbourne, under the heated big top at Birrarung Marr and Belinda Strodder stopped by to take these incredible images for our AussieTheatre readers – you know, to get you in the circus mood! AussieTheatre’s Senior Melbourne reviewer Anne-Marie Peard had this to…

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New tertiary Music Theatre Degree announced for Sydney

2013 Ballarat Arts Academy Graduating Music Theatre Company

After years of preparation, it has been confirmed that Sydney will gain a Bachelor of Arts (Music Theatre) degree, rivalling that of VCA and WAAPA. The dynamic game changer will be led by David Wynen and Federation University (Ballarat Arts Academy – previously known as BAPA) in partnership with Sydney…

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Opera Australia release Tamar Iveri from Otello contract

Opera Australia release Tamar Iveri from Otello contract

It was announced today that Opera Australia have released Georgian opera singer Tamar Iveri from her contract with the company, confirming she will not be performing as Desdemona in Otello next month. The singer came under fire last week for anti-gay comments posted on her Facebook wall last year, in which she…

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