Alex Rathgeber

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O’Connor and McKenney to star in Anything Goes

Anything Goes - coming to Australia in 2015.

It’s a three-time Tony Award winner, it’s one of the most beloved musicals of all-time, and it’s making its way back to Australia as a co-production between Opera Australia and John Frost. It’ll visit Melbourne in May, Brisbane in July, and Sydney in September… and the cast is pretty amazing!…

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Midsumma: Gaybies

Gaybie

Gaybies is on its way to being an important piece of theatre that shakes up stale and dull opinions. Opening at Midsumma, it’s singing show tunes with the choir, but there couldn’t be better and more fabulous audience to introduce this work to. Created by music theatre director/creator Dean Bryant, Gaybies is the…

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Twisted Broadway Sydney Ticket Giveaway

Twisted Broadway Sydney Ticket Giveaway

As a proud supporter of Twisted Broadway, AussieTheatre is thrilled to announce a double pass giveaway for the debut Sydney concert at NIDA this monday July 2. Enter the competition below to win two tickets to this talent-packed concert where boys belt the female numbers and girls tackle the men’s…

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An Officer and a Gentleman previews begin

An Officer and a Gentleman previews begin

The World Premiere cast, crew and creative team of the new musical An Officer and a Gentleman today performed the brand new musical in front of an audience for the very first time today. Audiences today saw history in the making at the Lyric Theatre, Sydney, as the show began its preview…

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Rehearsals week two – Rifle drills, obstacle courses and an ever evolving show

Alex Rathgeber and Kate Kendall

Alex Rathgeber takes us through the second week of rehearsals for the World Premiere production of An Officer and a Gentleman, with some amazing insights into the incredible process of creating a brand new musical… After a day of rest and recoup – in which I saw a terrific Sunday evening reading of James Millar’s Acclaim at Belvoir – it was awesome to hit the floor again to continuing the blocking of what’s shaping up to be a very busy Act One.

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