Spring Awakening is one of a rare few musicals that transcends time periods and generational gaps, advocating for a society where young people are allowed the knowledge and support to make decisions about their lives and bodies. Full of sadness and beauty, the themes of mental health, abuse and repression of sexuality in Spring Awakening… Read more.
The Sydney Theatre Awards will be bigger than ever – its gala ceremony on Monday 23 January 2017 will be moving into the Seymour Centre’s York Theatre due to growing popularity. The nominations for this year’s awards have just been announced, and it’s musicals that are leading the pack. Luckiest Productions/Tinderbox Productions’ Little Shop of… Read more.
AussieTheatre has a double pass to giveaway to Spring Awakening – The Musical in Studio 1 at The Wharf on a date of your choice (subject to availability). The season runs from Wednesday 27 April to Saturday 14 May. ATYP is about to deliver a sexy, sweaty, slice of rock ‘n’ roll musical mayhem to Sydney that will… Read more.
The much lauded Rob Guest Endowment annual concert will take place on Monday 25 November 25, where six finalists — emerging stars of Australian musical theatre — will take the stage to show their skills and compete for a prize package that, this year, is worth around $25,000. AussieTheatre’s Cassie Tongue asked ten questions of each… Read more.
With rumours starting just last week, it has now been confirmed that Melbourne Theatre Company will produce the hit Broadway musical Once as part of their 2014 season in partnership with John Frost, Phil Bathols and the producers of Once USA. MTC will also produce the world premiere of Pennsylvania Avenue the next collaboration between… Read more.
At just 21 years of age, Australian actress Rachel Marley has had her fair share of the spotlight. After debuting on the professional music theatre scene at the age of nine in GFO’s production of The Sound Of Music, Marley went on to perform the title role in the 2000-2001 GFO production of Annie, opposite… Read more.
Company/Presented by: Monash Uni Student Theatre and Monash University Academy of Performing Arts Venue: Alexander Theatre, Monash University, Clayton Thursday October 6, 2011 I’ve just arrived home from seeing MUST’s production of Spring Awakening. I’m feeling shattered, challenged, hopeful, uplifted, shocked and thrilled. Why? Because I’ve just witnessed a student production that bears all the hallmarks of a… Read more.
Spencer Bignell is excited to be performing in his first Melbourne Fringe, and even more thrilled because it’s in the musical Spring Awakening. It’s on at Monash University in Clayton, which may be far away from the North Melbourne Fringe Hub, but it’s not hard to get to and word on the street is that it’s going… Read more.
In an exclusive article for AussieTheatre.com, Yvonne writes about her directorial journey with Spring Awakening…
Spring Awakening the hit musical merging Frank Wedekind’s controversial, classic play with a score by Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik, has its Australian premiere as part of Sydney Theatre Company’s 2010 Main Stage season tomorrow night, and the company has just announced an extension to the season. It will now close on Sunday, March 7. On… Read more.