This is a new musical about finding a balance between Chinese values and those of the western world.
What better way to spend a Sunday Afternoon than with the works of George and Ira Gershwin?
The 2012 offering from Spankin’ New! brings Will McRostie, Abby Hampton and Marilyn Kourbelis into the spotlight, accompanied by Gordon Combes on keys.
Adelaide Youth Theatre’s latest offering, Jason Robert Brown’s 13: A New Musical, showcases some great young talent to look out for in the future.
If you’ve ever been on a bad date, wondered how to get a date, or simply wanted a fun night out with some hilarious stories and great music, this is the show for you.
This show is a must for anyone who loves Disney.
If you want to hear Disney songs from a grown up mindset, where you realise that life isn’t a fairytale, this is the show for you.
As a self-described “footy loving boy from the suburbs” Mr Helliar packs a hell of a lot more into a show than anyone has a right to deserve.
Watching Sepia feels like stumbling scross a pleasant surprise.
Ifft is one of those American comedians who seems to spend almost as much time in Australia as he does in his home country.
Masterson adds a a vast amount of brilliantly executed physical comedy to the already extremely side-achingly funny script.
This is a lovely night out for anyone, as the range in music styles and the arrangements are sure to appeal, and the premise that everyone has a secret is universal.
In a gold and black lacy party dress, Joanne O’Callaghan sets the mood for the night with Cole Porter’s Anything Goes, and it pretty much does.
As the saying goes, “stalking is just another way of saying I love you”. This show is for anyone who has had a crush, and those who want to learn other methods of stalking.
For anyone who likes the songs from the Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers movies, wants to know more about their history, or simply loves the jazz influenced music of the 1930’s, this is the show to see.
Based around the story of Cole Porter and his relationship with his wife, Linda Lee, this is an evening filled with his music.
This beautiful play, with its amazingly informed and powerful performances from these three magical actors, has the ability to awaken your inner child and give you back your childhood for a while.
This piece is a great example of how theatre should be; interesting, informative, entertaining but, most of all, captivating and totally absorbing.
The depth of emotion shown through the monologues and the music is further proof of why Sanders was awarded the Adelaide Critics Circle’s Emerging Artist Award in 2011.
David Calvitto and Beth Fitzgerald are a perfect pairing in this fast paced and witty piece. They do not waste a word of this rapid fire tongue twister of a script.