Articles on ‘Adelaide Cabaret Festival’
David Campbell returns to the Adelaide Cabaret Festival next month, with American composer and lyricist John Bucchino. Ben Nielsen caught up with him to discuss morning television, the Hayes Theatre Co and his new show. David Campbell is at the other end of the phone, apologising profusely. The call was actually scheduled ten minutes earlier,… Read more.
“I’m a cabaret artist, not a f***ing role model,” yelps Mark Nadler from behind his grand piano. Nadler has become a staple of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, and is known for his musical talent as much as his cheeky irreverence. As Kate Ceberano watches his performance from the sidelines, a seed of inspiration is sown…. Read more.
2013 became all about the Wicked witches Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth. 2014 is more than living up to the benchmark as international music theatre icons Bernadette Peters, Faith Prince and Elaine Paige all announce tours of Australia this year. With Adelaide Cabaret Festival setting the standard, it’s becoming a fantastically more frequent occurrence each… Read more.
Australian music theatre star Alexis Fishman (Dusty, Kiss of the Spider Woman) will feature as part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival in her smash hit one woman show co-penned with James Millar – Der Gelbe Stern. Der Gelbe Stern (The Yellow Star) debuted at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival in 2011 where it received… Read more.
2014 can now be marked as the year the Australian Cabaret Showcase came of age. Re-christened the International Cabaret Contest and with a record number of applicants auditioning from Australia and New Zealand in five cities, the grand final looks set to be a wow. In the past the former Australian Cabaret Showcase has brought… Read more.
Formerly known as the Australian Cabaret Showcase, the newly branded Your Theatrics International Cabaret Contest is heading back to Australia this year with some very exciting developments. Now in its 11th year, the Your Theatrics International Cabaret Contest (YTICC) will be partnering with some pretty swanky festivals and sponsors around Australia (and the world), including… Read more.
After her three year tenure at the helm of one of the the world’s biggest cabaret events – The Adelaide Cabaret Festival – Kate Ceberano will step aside for new Artistic Director Barry Humphries in 2015. Adelaide Festival Centre’s CEO and Artistic Director, Douglas Gautier confirmed the news today, explaining that appointing Humphries is part of… Read more.
The Adelaide Cabaret Festival has become a steadfast figure in the Festival State’s arts landscape. As the Queen’s Birthday weekend rolls by each year, the Adelaide Festival Centre comes alive. It’s undeniable that this hedonistic fortnight has become the only way to thwart the winter chills. Almost fourteen years have passed since its inception, and… Read more.
Anyone who has considered a career in the theatre, in some way, at some time, will most likely have considered picking up and moving to New York. One of the great theatre capitals of the world with a booming billion dollar industry – it has take on a cult-like status amongst performers. New York is… Read more.
Michelle Nightingale’s Born To Run played to a sold-out audience in the Artspace Theatre, despite being programmed on the same night at the same time as a one-off performance by Martha Wainwright. Born To Run is a collaborative effort between Nightingale, Musical Director Matthew Carey and Librettist Esther Ottoway. Nightingale appears on stage looking like… Read more.