Articles on ‘Lucy Durack’

Professional witches talk amateur Wicked premiere

Professional witches talk amateur Wicked premiere

With the first amateur Australian production of Wicked opening at the same time as our professional principal alumni are rehearsing for their Sydney Symphony Orchestra performance, Maddi Ostapiw caught up with Lucy Durack, Jemma Rix, Amanda Harrison and Helen Dallimore to talk about the future of the Green Machine on our shores. Congregating on their… Read more.


Something Wicked this way comes…

Something Wicked this way comes…

In another announcment of incredible female-centric news for 2016, four much-loved Witches from previous Australian and international casts of Wicked will take to the Sydney stage together to present a program of stage and screen favourites. Playing a limited two day season at the Sydney Opera House on 15 & 16 July, Amanda Harrison, Helen Dallimore,… Read more.



A new vision, new story for Sydney’s Theatre Royal

Lucy Durack & Josh Piterman performed at the ATG Theatre Royal announcemet

One of the world’s top theatrical companies The Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) has been granted the lease and management of Sydney’s oldest theatrical institution, the Theatre Royal. As part of the renewal of Sydney’s MLC Centre, which houses the Theatre Royal, the co-owners QIC and GPT Group have agreed to lease the 1100+ seat venue… Read more.


End of an emerald era – Wicked closes in Australia

Jemma Rix as Elphaba in WICKED. Image by Belinda Strodder

It’s a momentous day today for the cast and crew (and fans!) of Stephen Schwartz’s blockbuster musical Wicked!  The Australian production will close today after touring the Australia, New Zealand and Asia for the last 8 years. Critically and financially, Wicked has been one of Australian musical theatre’s greatest success stories in recent years since opening on… Read more.


Blonde Ambition: Lucy Durack vs Helen Dallimore

Blonde Ambition: Lucy Durack vs Helen Dallimore

This short documentary offers a rare behind the scenes view into the relationship of two of Australian musical theatre’s most celebrated leading ladies. What we see is a frank and open discussion as to how, although decades apart in age, they managed to become best of friends acquaintances. #parody


Back in the bubble: Mathers to return to Wicked for Brisbane

Back in the bubble: Suzie Mathers will return as Glinda in WICKED from 12 February 2015. Image by Maye Wong

It was confirmed this morning that Suzie Mathers will return from her base in London to return to the stage as Glinda the Good in the Australian 10th Anniversary production of WICKED for its Brisbane and Perth seasons. Mathers will take over from Lucy Durack, who has recently announced her next big role – motherhood! Durack… Read more.


Wicked – Sydney return season

The cast of WICKED, Melbourne 2014. Image by Belinda Strodder

It has captured the attention of theatre-goers the world over, and no matter what you think about it or its worth, it is undeniable now: Wicked is one of the most important musicals of the past twenty years. With a dominating decade-and-counting run on Broadway and productions all over the world, it seems almost inevitable… Read more.


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