Director Ray Cullen and his assistants Georgia Broomhall and Jared Gerschwitz should be congratulated for putting together such a fine performance from these young people in such a short time.
On the surface, this cheery British story, concocted by two Americans, teaches a simple economic truth – if your customers don’t want what you’re making, stop making it and, instead, make a product they actually want.
This ‘coming of age’ parable sees Princeton leaving university with his shiny new BA and moving to Avenue Q. This is where he meets new friends, searches for his purpose and finds out that all that learning has not equipped him for real life!
Northern Light Theatre Company's latest production, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is quite simply their most delightful show since their production of Disney's Beauty And The Beast a number of years ago.
Based loosely on the phenomenon of Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the Army in 1957, Bye Bye Birdie explores the pop music scene and mania of the 1950’s.
Four celebrity chefs, eight hopeless contestants, and a cast of other characters poke fun at reality TV and, in particular, cooking competition shows.
Matt Byrne Media will present the SA Amateur Premiere of the magical Stephen Schwarz musical Wicked at the Arts Theatre from July 7 to 16 and Elizabeth’s Shedley Theatre