Articles on ‘Seymour Centre’
In Alana Valentine’s play, Letters to Lindy, the relationship between the Australian public and Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton, one of the nations’s most iconic female figures, is examined. Accused of filicide but claiming her daughter was the victim of a dingo, Chamberlain-Creighton received thousands of letters from around the country between first allegation and final coroners report, forming… Read more.
AussieTheatre has two double passes to giveaway to Resident Alien at the Seymour Centre on July 14. Direct from its’ season at Melbourne’s fortyfivedownstairs, the Seymour Centre is proud to present Paul Capsis as Quentin Crisp in Resident Alien, as part of The Reginald Season from 12-23rd July. From his early years as an androgynous nude model in… Read more.
AussieTheatre has two double passes to giveaway to Bad Jews at the Seymour Centre on 17 May, 2016. Aleksandar Vass and Vass Theatre Group are excited to announce the Broadway and West End hit Bad Jews will have its Sydney premiere at the Everest Theatre at the Seymour Centre in May. The all-Australian production of Bad Jews which… Read more.
Grab a coffee and sit down with Matilda Moran this week to find out about her first week of rehearsals for Squabbalogic’s The Original Grease and see how you score in her quiz! So somehow we’ve managed to teleport from the first week of rehearsal to the last in a blink. On Friday we ran our show… Read more.
AussieTheatre has two double passes to giveaway to The Original Grease at the Seymour Centre on Wednesday April 6. Raw, raunchy and risqué, The Original Grease is the classic musical as it was meant to be – and unlike any version you’ve seen before. Kicking off the Seymour Centre’s 2016 Reginald Season, Squabbalogic’s authentic and wild staging takes us deep… Read more.
My biggest concern leaving WAAPA was that I would never get work. My second biggest concern was that if I did score a show, I would be working with a group of strangers, not the 18 people I’ve done everything with the last 3 years… The first concern still stands; that will always be scary. But… Read more.
Independent theatre company BONTOM will present new Australian drama, Unfinished Works, from 23 March to 2 April at the Reginald Theatre, Seymour Centre. Delivering an incisive portrayal of contemporary Sydney and its culture, Unfinished Works explores the sacrifices we make in the pursuit of our life’s work. Famous artist Frank Ralcoh (played by Lucy Goleby)… Read more.
Your friends have HIV/AIDS. Your loved ones are dying. Nobody understands how to directly combat this rampaging disease, but you do: it’s time to dance. From its early beginnings, Hats Off! has grown to become a gargantuan celebration of community spirit. A culmination of the nation’s best and most exciting performers, Hats Off! is one of THE musical theatre… Read more.
AussieTheatre has two double passes to giveaway to Edward II at the Seymour Centre on Tuesday 6 October. From 1 to 17 October, Seymour Centre and Sport For Jove Theatre Company will present a contemporary take on Christopher Marlowe’s 1593 tragic masterpiece, Edward II. Shortly after his coronation, King Edward II obtains his lover Gaveston from exile, lavishing him with titles and riches…. Read more.
Sarah Gaul, one of Australia’s most exciting emerging comediennes, has taken her successful one-woman shows to Melbourne Comedy Festival, Melbourne Cabaret Festival, Adelaide Fringe Festival and Sydney Fringe Festival. Sarah won ‘Most Outstanding New Cabaret Work’ for her original piece Good Grief in the 2012 Melbourne Short and Sweet Cabaret. AussieTheatre.com caught up with Sarah… Read more.