Ben Stefanoff interviews Adelaide's own Michael Griffiths about his show at the newly refurbished Regal Theatre
This show first hit Broadway in 1934, and ever since it’s been a staple of the music theatre canon.
Step back to the roaring twenties and enjoy the silliness that sees Ruby, an American heiress, and Hester, an East-End social climber, get together with a piano and a fair amount of booze. The two ladies are accompanied by a pianist who we are led to believe doesn’t speak English, leading to some comic exchanges.
Can-Can is a musical by Abe Burrows with music and lyrics by Cole Porter and tells the story of the showgirls of the Montmartre dance halls during the 1890s.
If you’ve had the pleasure to see the Bailey Dolls, you have probably seen these guys. Often known as The Bailey Beaus in their alter egos of Frank Hartley and Chip Dalton, and this time accompanied by Alby Green,
Break out the Veuve Clicquot! We’re in Oyster Bay, Long Island, it’s 1938, and Tracy Lord is getting married to her fiancé, George Kittredge. No expense spared.
Michael Griffiths and Michaela Burger present two of the greatest performers of the Twentieth Century: Cole Porter and Edith Piaf
Be transported back to the ‘golden age’ of musical theatre with 'Back to Broadway', the next performance in the Country Arts SA Morning Melodies Series 2015.
Cole Porter's songs still captivate. Famed for writing dozens of musicals and hit songs, there isn’t anyone somewhere who hasn’t heard one of his tracks.
Nadler brought the roaring 20s to life with notable songs & storytelling of the most thrilling scandals and celebrity gossip.
With not an instrument in sight, The King's Singers gave us a cappella versions of many of the classics from what is known as the Great American Songbook.
A comical look at how people, especially females, are betrayed, lied to & given a false sense of security as a child; and how it doesn’t improve as we get older!
Based around the story of Cole Porter and his relationship with his wife, Linda Lee, this is an evening filled with his music.
It’s always exciting to watch a career blossom. From Victor Harbor to Sydney, Mat Loeser is one of this State’s rising young exports, with a particular appeal to lovers of nostalgia.