Articles on ‘Lucy Maunder’
The line up for 2013 Adelaide Cabaret Festival was officially launched last night and David Allen gives us his picks for the festival. You wish to go to the festival? Well! Adelaide Cabaret Festival has put its stamp firmly and lastingly on the Australian cultural landscape. In terms of size, variety and star pull, there… Read more.
AussieTheatre’s David Allen chats with Lucy Maunder (Rizzo) and Gretel Scarlett (Sandy) at the official Sydney launch of Grease about their starring roles in this iconic musical. Grease is set to commence performances in Brisbane from Tuesday 27 August and will transfer to Sydney’s Lyric Theatre from October 13, taking the slot initially allocated to the… Read more.
The launch of GFO’s upcoming East Coast tour of Grease the Musical was held this morning at the iconic Hard Rock Cafe in Darling Harbour. Rob Mills will star in the production as Danny Zucko and rising star Gretel Scarlett has been cast as his leading lady, Sandy. It is understood that Mills, who is currently… Read more.
Tomorrow afternoon at 2pm, Melbourne audiences have the chance to see Lucy Maunder in concert. At the Spiegeltent. If those two facts alone aren’t enough to make you jump up and buy a ticket right now, then consider that this infinitely classy and immensely talented young woman will be singing the music of great American… Read more.
We take a look at some of the offerings Perth theatre companies have to warm up winter this July. This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing Presented by Barking Gecko Theatre Company, as part of its July school holiday program, This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl does Nothing, tells the tale… Read more.
Last night, had you found yourselves within the walls of Oxford Street’s Slide Bar between the hours of nine and ten, you would have found an audience completely in the thrall of a star named Lucy Maunder. Irving Berlin: Songs in the Key of Black made it’s Sydney debut last night to a packed house… Read more.
Lucy Maunder, one of Australia’s favourite music theatre leading ladies (Dr Zhivago, The Threepenny Opera, A Little Night Music), will be presenting her acclaimed cabaret at Slide Bar in Sydney tomorrow night. Directed by Neil Gooding, Songs in the key of Black features the music of Irving Berlin in a cabaret written by Nick Christo featuring… Read more.
Andrew Henry is doing quite well for himself thank you very much. This boy from the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, moved to the big smoke when he was 18 and has had some pretty incredible experiences in the theatrical world since then. He has starred in a show about Bob Dylan, worked in the… Read more.
reasons to be pretty was the first of prolific film and theatre writer Neil LaBute’s plays to find a home on a Broadway stage, at the Lyceum Theater in 2009. A sort of relative of his other works – considered part of a thematic trilogy with successful plays The Shape of Things and Fat Pig… Read more.
Neil LaBute’s Tony Award nominated play Reasons to be Prettyis set to make its Australian premiere at Darlinghurst Theatre next month. Reasons to be Pretty is the third play in a thematic trilogy by LaBute that’s concerned with society’s obsession with looks. Following Sydney successes The Shape of Things and Fat Pig (both STC productions)… Read more.