A fascinating evening discovering what new talent is emerging on the Cabaret scene! Five young performers have got together and crafted a very entertaining show.
This year's Cabaret Festival is set to be out of this world after this HUGE announcement...
The magic of Disney is not always easy to recreate, but Adelaide Youth Theatre seem to have managed it with the magical Disney's The Little Mermaid.
Broadway 4 Kidz' is a collection of songs from big Broadway hit musicals mainly directed at school age children and varies in content and cast size throughout the year.
A confronting play about prejudice and cruelty that surfaces through the relationship of a young white boy and the coloured ‘boys’ who work for the family.
While the classic story of Dorothy’s trip down the Yellow Brick Road has often been told and performed on stage, Adelaide Youth Theatre has managed to put their personal stamp on The Wizard of Oz.
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.
After Scotch College triumphantly stormed the barricades last year with their production of 'Les Miserable', it was going to be interesting to see how they would fare this year with their version of 'West Side Story'...
A Vision is the first part in a musical project, simply titled The Big Project, that aims to raise money for the Leukaemia Foundation. If this once-off performance was anything to go by, The Big Project is bound to be great.
Happiness is Charlie Brown and the gang. There’s only “good grief” in this exceptional, fun-loving production.
With only two performances left today, waste no time at all in rounding up the whole family and racing in to see this top quality production, before the remaining tickets are gone. We seldom see performances this good.
Sir Jame’s M. Barrie’s tale of the boy who would not grow up has been delighting children for generations and is now reborn in another musical version. If you can get tickets, do so, and take the entire family. They’ll love you for it.
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.