“Where are the writers?” It’s only about 15 years ago that this was a question on every one’s lips when talking about new Music Theatre product. Happily, since then, the spawning grounds have been busy, and, in this country, we can boast several robust writers or writing teams:
Anyone who has been involved in theatre loves a good opening night.
Sydney is about to face its biggest test with the next three months to be a bit of a litmus test in regards to where the city is at in regards to its support for major musicals.
I’m just back from the very cold city of Melbourne, wow that wind is penetrating.
Those who are lucky, and travel quickly through life, find the 30-something time a moment for pause and question about what lies ahead.
With the Upstairs/Downstairs casting issue at Belvoir Street it seems timely to talk about the hoary chestnut of the industry: casting.
I’m feeling a tad political today. A few news stories have caught my attention that I feel a theatrical edge. Firstly the federal government is apparently struggling to spend its stimulus money.
First of all I would like to let everyone know that our new website could launch as early as this weekend – I am working with the developers as you read this to put the finishing touches on the new look and it’s coming together very nicely.