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Falling Through Clouds

Falling Through Clouds

There is something incredibly relatable in wishing for the impossible and dreaming about flight. Everyone, at some point in their lives, has felt that desire for complete freedom, for something unattainable. The Last Great Hunt and PICA’s Falling Through Clouds explores impossible dreams in a way that is compelling, overwhelming,…

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Australian Musicals Update 2014 – 2015 and beyond

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Music Theatre is thriving in Australia at the moment. From the major commercial productions to independent and boutique seasons, it’s an exciting time to be involved in the music theatre industry. We take a look at what is in store for Australia in the commercial and independent music theatre scenes…

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The Lion King premieres in Brisbane tonight

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Opening tonight in Brisbane, The Lion King remains one of the most popular stage musicals in the world, from its beginnings as a Disney animated feature in 1994. Since then, the stage production has been seen by 70 million people in 16 different countries. With music and Lyrics by Elton John and…

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AussieTheatre launches Ticket A42 Podcast with John O’Hara

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Today, AussieTheatre.com is proud to announce the launch of a special industry podcast in collaboration with performer John O’Hara. The podcast, entitled Ticket A42, will be hosted by O’Hara and feature candid and fun interviews with members of the Australian theatre industry on a monthly basis, giving a new insight into…

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Karla Tonkich: Rob Guest Endowment Finalist 2014

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The Rob Guest Endowment annual concert will take place on Monday October 13, where six finalists — emerging stars of Australian musical theatre — will take the stage to show their skills and compete for a prize package that includes a cash prize of $20,000 for the winner’s personal development,…

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Europe – Reginald Theatre, Seymour Centre

Europe – Reginald Theatre, Seymour Centre

Europe, Michael Gow’s 1987 play about Australia’s defensive stubbornness about its national youth, as represented in the body of a guy called Douglas (Andrew Henry) is currently being revived as part of the Reginald season at Sydney’s Seymour Centre. Douglas is obsessed with Barbara (Pippa Grandison), a European actress from…

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A Quick Chat with Andrew Henry

A Quick Chat with Andrew Henry

Andrew Henry is an alumni from the School at Steppenwolf in Chicago and is currently back in Australia starring in Michael Gow’s one act play Europe at the Seymour Centre, Sydney. Andrew was nominated for a Sydney Theatre award for best actor for his portrayal of Chris Keller in All…

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