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Miranda Sings is coming to Australia – haters, back off!

While the world of YouTube sensations continues to expand, one comedic actress from the States has not looked back in over half a decade. Comedienne Colleen Ballinger created the online act Miarnda sings in 2008 and became not only an overnight but an enduring sensation. So much so that she’s now up and taking her… Read more.

Review: Whoops! The Wharf Revue 2013

The Wharf Revue has established its place as a longstanding feature iof the Sydney Theatre scene. A show renowned for its insightful satire and clever vaudevillian construct, it’s a highlight of any Sydney Theatre Company season and a true chance to see some rare and exquisite comic talent live on stage. However in 2013 something… Read more.

LTN13: Get Ready to Light the Night!

On Monday October 28 the Sydney City Recital Centre in Angel Place will play host to a one night only concert that has grown to become one of the most notoriously spectacular music theatre events in Australia. A charity concert in support of research for gene control in acute leukemia with all funds raised going… Read more.

Les Miserables Full Cast Announced for Melbourne 2014

Les Miserables Full Cast Announced for Melbourne 2014

Related Articles View latest News, Interviews, Photo Features & Videos from the Australia Tour of Les Miserables.No longer one more dawn or one more day of waiting, the cast of Boublil and Schonberg’s Les Miserables for Melbourne in 2014 has finally been announced at a glittering publicity event at in Melbourne today, with composer Claude-Michel… Read more.

Whatever Happened to Carrie? A history of Broadway’s favourite flop

The horror musical is one of the most notorious sub genres of the art form – and easily the most susceptible for disaster. For every Sweeney Todd and Jekyll & Hyde, there is a Dance of the Vampires or a Lestat. But so far as horror musicals go, the unquestionable belle of the ball (for… Read more.

Amanda Harrison: Up Close and Reasonably Personal

Amanda Harrison is easily one of the most popular leading ladies in Australian music theatre. On Thursday she returned to a Sydney stage at Slide Lounge to a rapturous welcome and proved once again just why that is the case. Up Close and Reasonably Personal is a cabaret about its star, but not an expose… Read more.

Australian Music Theatre Workshop Announces an All Star Line Up

The 2014 Australian Music Theatre Workshop has announced a truly star studded line up for 2014. Including some of the most talented and successful people the industry has to offer, the workshop will run in January next year and feature seminars, forums and master classes. Organised in conjunction with Brisbane based music theatre production company… Read more.

Helen Reddy to Tour Australia in 2014

It was announced last week that legendary Australian singer-songwriter, feminist icon and Queen of 70’s Pop Helen Reddy will come out of retirement to tour Australia in 2014. Having stepped out of the limelight in 2002, Reddy will once again tour the major capitals of Oz in April next year promising a concert rich with… Read more.

He Said, She Said: At it Again

He Said, She Said debuted at the Sydney fringe festival in 2012, and by popular demand it returned in 2013 for a follow-up performance to see how the story develops for a young urban couple trying hilariously to deal with life love and over-familiarity. As concepts go, He Said, She Said is nothing new. Presenting… Read more.