Articles on ‘Adam Rennie’
A cult classic. Unique in the fact that it has endured time and format and has still held its plethora of adoring, nay, obsessive fans, The Rocky Horror Show was never going to be defined by one single actor. In fact, we could muse that recent celebrity developments in a way loosely mimic the story-line… Read more.
It’s only been four years since intergalactic transsexuals last graced the Festival Centre’s stage. Leaving the theatre in March of 2014, surrounded by fishnet-enthused masses, I felt confident I’d witnessed the definitive production of The Rocky Horror Show. And so, in 2018, I found myself wondering ‘why am I doing the time warp again?’ The answer,… Read more.
After just one day of rehearsal, Australian performer Adam Rennie took to the Adelaide Festival Theatre stage last night to perform the iconic role of Frank N Furter in the current tour of The Rocky Horror Show. Today, producers Howard Panter, John Frost and GWB Entertainment today announced that Rennie will perform the role of Frank… Read more.
Last week, producers Howard Panter, John Frost and Torben Brookman announced the full cast for the upcoming tour of The Rocky Horror Show. Joining Craig McLachlan, who was previously announced to be reprising the role of Frank N Furter, is Rob Mallet (Les Miserables, Singin’ in the Rain) and Michelle Smitheram (Jersey Boys, Dream Lover)… Read more.
Musicals that pull on your heart-strings are not an easy find, but the Hayes production of Big Fish – a modified 12-chair version of the 2013 Broadway musical – proves that imaginative but humble stagings can ignite the magic of storytelling equally, if not better than the often rife efforts of a full-blown spectacle. Based… Read more.
RPG Productions today announced the cast for their upcoming April production of Big Fish. Directed by Tyran Parke, choreographed by Cameron Mitchell and musically directed by Luke Byrne, the John August & Andrew Lippa musical marks the production company’s first main stage production at Hayes Theatre Co. Leading the cast will be Phillip Lowe (Georgy Girl,… Read more.
Light the Night will celebrate 10 years with one final benefit concert at the City Rectial Hall Angel Place on Monday October 27. Light the Night is inspired by Matthew Rennie, a brave man who fought a three year battle against leukaemia. Sadly, Matthew passed away shortly before the 2007 concert but has been well remembered…. Read more.
Members of AussieTheatre’s Sydney editorial and media team attended Light The Night this year and Ben Neutze, our digital media guru has put together this video feature of the evening for your enjoyment. Featuring Rob Mills, Jan van de Stool, Adam Rennie, Shaun Rennie, Trevor Ashley, Michelle Doake, Elise McCann David Harris, Tim Draxl and… Read more.
When the lights went down for Light the Night 2012, the audience burst into warm applause before a single note was sung, before lights went up on the opening act. When Adam Rennie began to sing – a beautifully pure “Beautiful City” from Godspell, the warmth extended even further. Light the Night is an extraordinary… Read more.
The AussieTheatre Sydney social media team were backstage at Light The Night last night to capture the magic of Shaun and Adam Rennie’s annual benefit concert.