Blue Saint Productions’ Songs For A New World is now playing for a limited 2.5 week season at Hayes Theatre Co and we have some beautiful production images to share thanks to photographer Grant Leslie. Teagan Wouters, Chris Scalzo, Sophie Carter and Cameron Macdonald feature in this two act song cycle about life, love and… Read more.
Songs for a New World is not quite a musical, but is more than a collection of songs. Composer Jason Robert Brown, best known for The Last Five Years, Parade and The Bridges of Madison County, calls it “a very theatrical song cycle”. Blue Saint Productions has put together an impressive cast in a show… Read more.
AussieTheatre have a double pass to give away to see Songs For A New World in Melbourne on Thursday 2 June at The Loft, Chapel Off Chapel! Starring Natalie O’Donnell, Teagan Wouters, John O’Hara and Linden Furnell, Songs For A New World is the second major theatrical offering from Blue Saint Productions, who presented the highly acclaimed Violet last year…. Read more.
Kinky Boots has been a real success of a new musical on Broadway and the West End, and now the cast has been announced for its premiere season in Australia, which opens in Melbourne’s Her Majesty’s Theatre from 12 October 2016. Leading the cast is Toby Francis (Dogfight), a writer, producer, and performer from… Read more.
An impressive ensemble cast has been announced for the new Australian production of Fiddler on the Roof, which will be opening at the Princess Theatre in Melbourne on December 29 this year, nearly 52 years after its original Broadway debut. Joining previously announced star cast members Anthony Warlow, Sigrid Thornton, Lior, Mark Mitchell and Nicki Wendt will… Read more.
There’s something oddly mesmerising about the fan experience, especially when it occurs in the collective, in a public space. At a Buffy the Vampire Slayer convention, people will bond with strangers by speaking in quotes and in-jokes. At a Sound of Music singalong, everyone holds their breath for a certain notorious line-reading, and explodes in… Read more.