Articles on ‘A Chorus Line’

Debora Krizak on Anything Goes, her family, and taking life as it comes

Debora Krizak. Image by Amanda Buckworth

Debora Krizak started her career in musical theatre in 2004 in Mel Brooks’ The Producers. Since then, she has since gone from strength to strength in show to show, including Titanic, Calendar Girls, Shangai Lady Killer, her Helpmann nominated performance as Sheila in A Chorus Line, and most recently, she toured with Hayes Theatre Company’s Sweet Charity.  She’s… Read more.


Euan Doidge: Rob Guest Endowment Finalist 2013

Euan Doidge

The much lauded Rob Guest Endowment annual concert will take place on Monday 25 November 25, where six finalists — emerging stars of Australian musical theatre — will take the stage to show their skills and compete for  a prize package that, this year, is worth around $25,000. AussieTheatre’s Cassie Tongue asked ten questions of each… Read more.


Edward Grey: Rob Guest Endowment Finalist 2013

Edward Grey: Rob Guest Endowment Finalist 2013

The much lauded Rob Guest Endowment annual concert will take place on Monday 25 November 25, where six finalists — emerging stars of Australian musical theatre — will take the stage to show their skills and compete for a prize package that, this year, is worth around $25,000. AussieTheatre’s Cassie Tongue asked ten questions of each… Read more.


2012 in review: the year’s top musicals, Sydney

AussieTheatre’s Cassie Tongue saw 90 live performances in 2012. Of these, 17 were musicals. Here is her list of the six best shows (five was the goal; six deserve the attention) in a year that, while light for musical theatre in Sydney, was dotted with gems — some buried, and some out in the open… Read more.



A special gift: A Chorus Line Opens in Brisbane

Our Queensland Correspondent, Bobbi-Lea, caught up with A Chorus Line ‘newbie’ Deone Zanotto, during preparations for the Brisbane leg of the professional touring production which opens at QPAC on Friday night. TML's A Chorus Line has already enjoyed successful seasons in cities across the country and although Deone Zanotto only stepped into the role of… Read more.


Euan Doidge: Rob Guest Endowment Finalist 2012

Euan Doidge: Rob Guest Endowment Finalist 2012

The much lauded Rob Guest Endowment annual concert will take place on 19 November 2012, where six finalists – emerging stars of Australian musical theatre – will take the stage to show their skills and compete for  the opportunity to study in New York under the guidance of the best that Broadway has to offer… Read more.


Cirque is in the House – Helpmann Awards welcome Cirque du Soleil

The 2012 Helpmann Awards ceremony is edging ever closer and it seems the televised event won’t be short on entertainment. The regular fare will be on display at the 2012 Helpmann Award ceremony on Monday 24 September, including performances from the South Pacific company, the A Chorus Line company, Artistes from the Australian Ballet and Dan… Read more.


Celebrated composer Marvin Hamlisch has died, age 68

According to the global media today and reported by the New York Times, Marvin Hamlisch, the Pulitzer Prize-winning composer of stage and screen, passed away on Monday in his family home in Los Angeles. He was 68 years old. One of only eleven people to achieve the coveted ‘EGOT’ status — winning an Emmy, Grammy,… Read more.


A Chorus Line – The hottest ticket in town

I walked into the Capitol Theatre to see A Chorus Line over the weekend and I did so with absolutely no idea what to expect. A Chorus Line is, of course, compulsory viewing for any music theatre buff. And yet, a revival of any such show can only usher up those familiar doubts about the ability of…… Read more.


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