Every professional industry is its own little world, with power structures, behaviour codes, systems and celebrities. The behaviour codes backstage at the Capitol Theatre are very different to a corporate office. Backstage, my bottom gets slapped approximately 48 times a day. When I used to work in Psychology Research, a solitary pinch would see you… Read more.
Josie Lane is the star of our interview series today and gives us hilarious and poignant insights into her passions and her talents that have kept her in the driver’s seat of her career for over 5 years. At the time of our chat, Josie has just come off the back of her Spiegeltent debut… Read more.
AussieTheatre.com catches up with Michael Ralph, choreographer of Milk and Honey for Magnormos’ Jerry Herman Triptych, and recent cast member of FAME! and Cats.
Rowena Vilar is currently appearing in Fame in Sydney.
Producer John Frost has this morning confirmed that he will continue to lease the Capitol Theatre in Sydney beyond September, not for Wicked but for his touring production of Fame, which is currently playing in Brisbane. The musical will open at the Capitol Theatre on October 14, but will have many cast changes compared to… Read more.
The revival of Fame will open in Brisbane on Saturday night. It ended its Melbourne season earlier this month, and is scheduled to play in Sydney later this year, though no dates have been confirmed and tickets are not yet on sale. The Brisbane season is playing at the Lyric Theatre, QPAC for a limited… Read more.
It may not have opened with the fanfare of Wicked, it may not have the demand of Mary Poppins, but Melbourne played host to another musical premiere tonight in the shape of a revival of Fame. Produced by John Frost and Directed and Choreographed by Kelley Abbey, Fame is the story of the kids from New York’s School for the… Read more.
The reality dance program So You Think You Can Dance has helped cast the upcoming Australian production of Fame. Produced by John Frost and directed and choreographed by Kelley Abbey, the musical that inspired new generations to fight for fame and light up the sky like a flame is back in Australia next year. Fame is, almost uniquely, a… Read more.
Fame is back. It will return to Australia in a national tour beginning at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre on April 18 next year. It will open in Brisbane at the Lyric Theatre QPAC on June 20 and in Sydney in early September. Produced by John Frost and Directed and Choreographed by Kelley Abbey, Fame is the story of the kids… Read more.
The musical Fame is set to be re-staged in Australia, with a new production expected to open in April next year. AussieTheatre.com understands that the production will open at the Regent Theatre in Melbourne straight after the upcoming season of Cats concludes. It is understood that Kelly Abbey will direct and choreograph the show. Details of the show are expected… Read more.