Articles on ‘Max Lambert’
After premiering at Sydney Theatre Company in 1996, Nick Enright and Max Lambert’s acclaimed musical Miracle City hadn’t been seen on Sydney’s stages for nearly 20 years. From 12 – 29 October, Sydney audiences will have the chance to see the celebrated Australian musical for the second time in just three years when it opens… Read more.
If you have the chance to see Natalie Gamsu in cabaret, grab it. This women is a unique, spell binding, crazy, tower of strength, and she is bringing a brand new original work to Melbourne. Carmen, Live or Dead is the fascinating and extraordinary story of Carmen Frida Leon Davidovich, The Love Child of Frida… Read more.
Australian cast recordings are a rare beast indeed, so it’s a momentous occasion that last week, the live cast recording of Miracle City was released. Even more momentous: it reached the #8 position on the iTunes Soundtrack chart on its first day available online! The show was recorded live over the course of its run at the… Read more.
As part of the Hayes Theatre Co Cabaret Season 2015, the company and venue will play host to a few special events aimed at bolstering and supporting the local musical theatre cabaret industry. The cabaret season is packed to the brim with exciting performances – you can read about them here – but these extra… Read more.
AussieTheatre can confirm that a cast album of Nick Enright and Max Lambert’s Australian musical Miracle City will be recorded during its run at the Hayes Theatre Co in Potts Point. Produced by Luckiest Production and Hayes Theatre Co, Miracle City has received rave reviews and, according to co-writer and musical director Max Lambert, a cast recording will… Read more.
“Funny, moving and thought-provoking, with beautiful music and a razor-sharp scrip – it’s exactly the sort of musical Hayes Theatre Co was created to showcase” – Lisa Campbell. In a few short months, the Hayes Theatre Co have already become one of the biggest players in the Sydney musical theatre scene, delivering knock-out performances, cleverly programmed and… Read more.
Recently, an article on Crikey.com’s Daily Review created a lot of discussion within the music theatre industry by posing the question of whether home-grown musicals received the creative support they needed within the Australian theatre industry. With critics citing Aussie made musicals like Miracle City, Summer Rain and Keating as examples of the “Great Australian Musicals”… Read more.
AussieTheatre is currently featuring interviews with the Tap Brothers, currently starring in the 21st Anniversary Production of Hot Shoe Shuffle. how to loss fat for women Hot Shoe Shuffle is the tale of Spring, Slap, Buck, Wing, Tip, Tap and Slide and their long lost sister April in a 1940s inspired musical theatre setting with choreography by… Read more.
After 21 Years Hot Shoe Shuffle Wows Brisbane Audiences Once More. From the onset, the creative team set the mood for the opening night of Hot Shoe Shuffle at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, with the light display on the keyboard as the air became electric with anticipation. The story of a down and out,… Read more.
Hot Shoe Shuffle opens tonight at QPAC in Brisbane, celebrating its 21st Birthday! Who can believe it is over twenty years since this lively show first wowed audiences around the world? As a home grown musical it was the first show of its kind to succeed both at home and internationally. For the lovers of… Read more.