The seventies saw the film 'The Goodbye Girl' by Neil Simon. The nineties saw the musical version hit the stage. Now, Therry presents this toe-tapper.
The comedy,"It's Just Sex" is set for its Australian premiere in what will be The Adelaide Repertory Theatre's raciest show ever staged.
The musical version of Adam Sandler's "The Wedding Singer" has it all in this Marie Clark production - gags, delightful numbers, impressive sets and costumes.
Quartet, directed by Sue Wiley and assisted by Ian Rigney, is a quirky and sometimes very bawdy comedy. Read our full review here.
For seventeen years, two sugarcane cutters have journeyed to Melbourne to catch up with two women but this year things change as truths are revealed.
In 1960s Baltimore, USA, an overweight girl becomes an unexpected celebrity on a dance show and in the fight against segregation. A fun, feel-good musical!
Audiences never seem to tire of The Sound of Music. It continues to please no matter how many times it has been performed and the G&S Society do it justice.
August: Osage County is the comic-tragic story of the very dysfunctional Weston family in all their alcoholic, drug-induced, pot-smoking, abusive splendour.
The quest of a hard-talkin’, rootin’-tootin’ gal to prove herself, but a case of mistaken identity causes a whole mess of trouble for her!
This year the award-winning Marie Clark Musical Theatre celebrates its 40th year with Calamtiy Jane and the SA premiere of Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein.
This jukebox musical of famous Australian singer/songwriter Peter Allen mirrors the man himself: glitzy, colourful, funny, sentimental, & chock full of talent.
Count Dracula is one of the most famous gothic horror characters, created in 1897 by Irish author Abraham ‘Bram’ Stoker and based on history’s Vlad The Impaler.
Adelaide audiences are getting a second serving of his highly acclaimed and very successful 2013 version of Oliver! by the Gilbert and Sullivan Society of SA.
The Mystery of the Hansom Cab is a melodrama, which means that the audience gets to hiss and boo the dastardly deeds of the villain, cheer the handsome hero, swoon over the lovely heroine, and have a great sing-a-long with the cast.
It is the dilemma of most girls; bad-boys are the ones that we want. Do you stay pure and hope they'll love and respect you, or do you squeeze into some unbelievably tight pants and pretend to smoke a cigarette, just to hold their attention?
Adapted from the popular Disney film, this is the story of ‘star crossed lovers’ - brainiac Gabriella and jock, Troy - and how their unexpected love became an inspiration for the student body to also show their true colours.
Nineteenth Century classic romantic, historical novels don’t necessarily make good stage plays but this production may appeal more to fans of the novel than the normal theatre goer.
Therry Dramatic Society's latest production of Private Lives has all the humour and Britishness of Noel Coward plus the deft touch and comedy of director Barry Hill all over it.
Lionel Bart’s Oliver! has probably become one of the most popular musicals to grace a stage since its premiere in the early sixties but director David Lampard proves there is still a new way of presenting it.
A magical and awe-inspiring production that all Phantom lovers must see, along with those fond of the age-old tale of love destined for heartbreak.