First performed in London in 1902 almost a decade after it was first written, George Bernard Shaw’s Mrs Warren’s Profession is back in theatre, this time presented by South Australia’s very own Independent Theatre.
Ray Cooney is a legend of British comic theatre, from the mid 60’s to the mid 90’s there was always a Ray Cooney farce playing somewhere in London’s West End. Mr Cooney is 87 years old and still going strong proving the old adage laughter is the best medicine.
Premiered in 1973, A Little Night Music is still regarded by many as the jewel in Stephen Sondheim’s considerable crown. Based loosely on Bergman’s classic Smiles of a Summer Night, this musical follows the complicated love lives of bourgeois Swedes at the turn of the 20th century.
With Palace of Varieties the Adelaide Rep provides the audience with a wonderful evening at an old time music hall.
'Thoroughly Modern Millie' is the delightful stage musical version of the highly successful 1960s Julie Andrews movie.
Presented by Adelaide Repertory Theatre Reviewed 18 Novemberr 2015 I’ve seen nothing like it. This Olde Music Hall production has the crowd jeering, booing and jumping out of their seats for some of the most enjoyable hour and a half in my theatre life. Unashamedly unrefined, the Adelaide Rep’s absurd melodrama effortlessly combines a classic […]
The Adelaide Repertory Theatre is serving up "ham" early this Christmas, with hilariously over the top music hall show and melodrama Only An Orphan Girl
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 southern hemisphere’s oldest surviving amateur theatre company, The Adelaide Rep, has launched its 2015 season featuring outright melodrama & touching human drama.
A brutally emotive exploration of the real life characters that inspired Peter Pan & Alice in Wonderland, and the unhealthy relationships that emerged around them.
August: Osage County is the comic-tragic story of the very dysfunctional Weston family in all their alcoholic, drug-induced, pot-smoking, abusive splendour.
John Patrick Shanley's multi-award winning drama is a study of perception and judgement when a nun accuses a priest of sexual misconduct with a child.
Ivan Menchell's comedy is about three Jewish widows, Doris, Lucille and Ida, who meet once a month for tea, then go to the cemetery to visit the graves of their husbands.
This surely has to be the best musical that Therry have ever presented, so be sure to see it.
The cast for this production was something of a Who’s Who of the Adelaide amateur theatre scene. The host of ever-popular performers together have several centuries of experience and countless thousands of performances to their credit.