Fiddler on the Roof is one of “those shows”. It’s frequently mentioned as people’s favourite musical, and one they were brought up on. For those people, this is a fine, if workmanlike, production. For the rest of us, however, it’s more of a mixed bag. Joseph Stein’s book takes time to get going, dealing with village… Read more.
If you are in your late teens to twenties, you are coming into a world with a lot of problems created by earlier generations. You are right to be concerned and you are right to want your concerns heard. Theatre is an important place to be heard because you can engage people’s thoughts and emotions,… Read more.
Chapel Summer Sessions will launch in January 2016 with two weeks of rare and intimate performances perfect for warm Melbourne nights, featuring a diverse array of artists including members of some of the country’s biggest bands from the last 25 years. Made famous by the classic Live at the Chapel series, the space will host… Read more.
The most moving part of Georgy Girl –The Seekers musical is a film of the audience watching The Seekers at Melbourne’s Myer Music Bowl in 1967. There were about 200 000 people, around a tenth of the city’s population and still the most people to ever attend a concert in Australia. The film showed young… Read more.