The final weeks of 2015 saw two musicals open in Melbourne that shamelessly exploited the audience’s weakness for cheap nostalgia. Both were...Princess Theatre, 163 Spring St, Melbourne
It’s notable that Tim Finn read Stephen Sondheim’s Finishing the Hat in preparation for his own musical, Ladies in Black. Something of...Melbourne Theatre Company, 140 Southbank Blvd, Southbank
Six years. That's how long Melbourne audiences have had to wait for Matilda, the Royal Shakespeare Company's award-winning adaptation of Roald...Princess Theatre, 163 Spring St, Melbourne
The original Heathers is a 1988 dark comedy that makes Mean Girls looks like a walk in the park. A brooding, biting satire of the popular...Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Kinky Boots the Musical will make its Australian premiere at Her Majesty’s Theatre in October 2016. Inspired by true events and based on the...Her Majesty's Theatre, 219 Exhibition St, Melbourne
The grand old Maj has stood since 1880 and these days is home to blockbuster musicals.219 Exhibition St, Melbourne
A majestic 19th-century theatre, it’s the gilded home to those major musicals that always have their premiere Australian seasons in Melbourne.163 Spring St, Melbourne
Having opened in 1929, this lavish and opulent theatre embodies the glorious fantasy and escapism of Hollywood. Musicals such as The Lion King ,...191 Collins St, Melbourne
Homeland and Broadway star Mandy Patinkin teams up with superstar baritone Nathan Gunn for an evening of camaraderie and tunes.
Sondheim's black comedy Assassins comes to fortyfive downstairs, and Time Out has director Tyran Parke in its sights.
The piano-pounding comedy/music/TV/theatre/everything else now takes on the role of Judas.
Blonde on Blonde. Lucy Durack talks life after Glinda.
Why does the Spicks & Specks star dislike 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'?
If you go down to the woods today… you’ll find A-listers dressed like Game of Thrones extras belting out showtunes. Into the Woods , the...