June was a huge month here at AussieTheatre.com! Our national team produced 180 articles for publication including 68 reviews from shows across the country.
With such a large amount of information published, we understand that readers occasionally miss important articles. Just in case you missed them, we decided to bring you the top 10 most read articles for June, all in one place!
The announcement of An Officer and a Gentleman‘s early closure in Sydney was made on June 10, 2012.
Sydney seems to be having a hard time with musicals this year – the announcement of Next To Normal’s Sydney cancellation was another blow to the industry on June 25.
After receiving many queries on twitter, Facebook and via email about musicals in Australia, we compiled a list of upcoming events in the MT world…
Hopefully you find this list (and all the linking articles) useful and informative!
An old article written in April garnered more interest last month as filming continued with the finalists in Channel Ten’s latest reality TV show, I Will Survive.
The worst kept secret in showbusiness was finally announced by toga toting producer John Frost and director Simon Phillips on June 18. Geoffrey Rush to star in revival of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Melbourne.
It’s official! The Australian premiere production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang will open at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre on November 16, 2012.
Musical theatre royalty, Lea Salonga literally grew up on the stage and was thrust into international stardom at 17 in the leading role of Kim in the original production of Miss Saigon. We caught up with ‘Princess Lea’ to ask our 20 Questions…
AussieTheatre.com can confirm that Sydney’s debut professional production of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels will open at the Theatre Royal in 2013.
“So they are letting it go and not trying to fix it.”
Les Solomon offers his thoughts on the Officer and a Gentleman closure
Tim Lawson of TML Enterprises confirmed with AussieTheatre that Chitty Chitty Bang Bang will be heading to Her Majesty’s Theatre in 2013.