Mock-mediaeval merriment in a fractured fairy-tale story results in a cheery show filled with pratfalls, patter, send-ups and satire.
This show first hit Broadway in 1934, and ever since it’s been a staple of the music theatre canon.
King Arthur forms his Knights of the Round Table and sets off to find the Holy Grail in Monty Python's absurdist musical comedy based on their hit 1975 film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail".
Playful charm, high good humour and practised skill are the hallmarks of this eminently entertaining show. “Spelling Bee” is a compact musical which only calls for a cast of nine.
Marie Clark has made a name for itself by bringing exciting contemporary musicals to Adelaide and their latest offering is Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse’s Jekyll and Hyde.
Jonathan Larson’s 'Rent' is one of the most popular musicals of all time, winning a slew of Tony Awards and being one of only nine musicals to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Former 'Miss Saigon' star, Jennifer Trijo speaks to Glam Adelaide about playing Mimi in the upcoming Marie Clark Music Theatre production of 'RENT'
Fame follows the lives of young students at the prestigious New York City’s High School for the Performing Arts, and the struggles they face in both their studies and relationships.
Glam's Arts Editor, Brian Godfrey chats to Chris Daniels about his stage directorial debut with Marie Clark Musical Theatre’s upcoming production, FAME – The Musical.
Marie Clark Musical Theatre take home awards, are about to mount FAME - the musical and hold an unusual quiz night.
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.
Everyone thinks this is a horror story, but it is not. It’s a love story! A slightly warped love story maybe, but nonetheless there is a lot of love going ‘round. There is also a fair amount of humour and silliness and good honest fun!
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 is neither a show nor a revue, but rather a concert showcasing songs from movies and stage musicals, performed by the company’s upcoming young talent.
There’s a lot to love about this show which delivers the humour well. It's light, bright and fairly well paced, making this a production worthy of water cooler conversation in any office.
This was a terrific evening of musical theatre and lived up to the high standards set by Marie Clark’s A Chorus Line earlier in the year. If you are in need of a really good laugh, with great music and exceptional performances, then get a ticket before they sell out.
Nothing has been overlooked in this excellent production, Make a point of seeing this performance, if you can still get tickets.
It is a surprising treat to discover that the tale of The Ugly Duckling can hold just as much appeal to adults as it does for children