Therry has brought us a fresh new musical that is a little different.
Back for another year of exciting experiments, The Alphabet Of Awesome Science truly lives up to its name.
We are facing a rubbish crisis. Australia is one of the worst countries when it comes to producing waste that ends up in landfill. Better education is needed to help us at a home level to reduce our landfill waste, and increase our recycling and green waste knowledge.
This re-vamped version of the production was first produced in 2011 with mixed reviews. As with all shows changes will be better received by some and although they do not significantly change the show the difference is noticeable.
With a book written by Bill Russell and music by Henry Krieger this musical was first produced in 1997. Based on the true story of conjoined twins (the Hilton Sisters) who were the toast of Vaudeville, the story had a lot of heart and is full of unusual leads, many of who are based on people who were called freaks
Die Fledermaus is one of the most popular and well-known of the operettas. Filled with recognizable and delightful music, based around a plot of unmitigated silliness, it is a work with which much fun can be had.
Mozart’s popular Magic Flute has been given a light, modern re-imagining by director and designer, David Lampard, as part of State Opera’s 2016 Evolved season.
Girl power is what it’s all about in Amity Dry’s peek into the lives of four women in various scenarios of love, marriage and motherhood.
The Adelaide Youth Orchestra combine with some of this state's finest Opera stars to deliver Mozart and Strauss.
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.
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.
The Gondoliers was Gilbert and Sullivan's last great success, but as the G&S Society of South Australia celebrate their 75th anniversary, they show that there's still plenty of life left in the old boys yet.
This musical, which won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and several Tony Awards, is being seen for the first time in Adelaide. Do try to see it while you can.
As difficult as birdies and eagles are to find when you really want one when on a golf course, fairies are even more rare, except in this operetta.
The appearance of this production, the casting, the performances and the direction are all superb. Treat yourself to a night out.
This contemporary rebirth of Jesus Christ is a gluttonous visual treat, providing a refreshing interpretation to a well worn musical.