The Met take a journey back to the 20s and 30s in this fun musical
Tegan Gully-Crispe inhabits the character of Eva Peron and looks every inch the part
Presented by Adelaide Repertory Theatre (aka The Rep)Reviewed 3 September 2021 David Lindsay-Abaire’s script for Good People is wordy and at times this causes it to lose pace. Nick Fagan has presented this piece on a very well-planned set, designed by Brittany Daw with differing looks for the two acts. The split set in the […]
Set in Northern California long before the Civil Rights Act and just before the second World War
This Mel Brooks musical has some very funny dialogue, ridiculous situations and outlandish characters
This story of three ladies “of a certain age” takes an amusing look at old friendships and the ability to change
Therry has brought us a fresh new musical that is a little different.
With some excellent talent involved on and off the stage, this is a quality, enjoyable, no-brain-required, good time.
A moving and funny story about sisters and the secrets they keep
Written in 1775 by Richard Sheridan, The Rivals has seen many revivals, but still maintains its intrinsic humour.
Grease is still the word and AYT sounded it loud and clear on Saturday night.
A Christmas Carol is a story that has become a part of Christmas time for many of us. Whether it's the original novel by Charles Dickens or one of the many film adaptations, it is a well-known tale. For their final season of 2020, the Adelaide Repertory Theatre presents a new, reworked version of this timeless tale.
Ray Cooney is a legend of British comic theatre, from the mid 60’s to the mid 90’s there was always a Ray Cooney farce playing somewhere in London’s West End. Mr Cooney is 87 years old and still going strong proving the old adage laughter is the best medicine.
This musical has been eagerly awaited by amateur companies and with good reason; it has the fantastic ABBA music and a good script from the book by Catherine Johnson.
Right from the opening number, Good Morning Baltimore, the audience were with them all the way!
On the surface, this cheery British story, concocted by two Americans, teaches a simple economic truth – if your customers don’t want what you’re making, stop making it and, instead, make a product they actually want.
J.B. Priestley’s old-fashioned drawing-room drama written in 1945 still packs a moral wallop. On the surface, it’s a static set, with a bunch of English upper middle-class people talking around the celebratory dining table. Dad and mum, daughter and son, together with the daughter’s new fiancé, cheerfully celebrate the engagement. A mysterious Inspector Goole knocks on their door and starts asking them all questions.
Director Sue Wylie has lovingly brought to life Brenton Whittle’s easy-going reflection on death in Well, Shut My Mouth. This new local play, boasting a confident and cohesive cast, meditates on what it means to “slip on to the other side” through the eyes of three generations of a very Australian family.
"Pirates of Penzance" is one of the most famous and favoured of Gilbert & Sullivan's comic operas.
This show first hit Broadway in 1934, and ever since it’s been a staple of the music theatre canon.