The Lion King was one of the central planks in Disney’s animated New Wave of the ’90s that included The Little Mermaid, Aladdin and...Regent Theatre, 191 Collins St, Melbourne
There is an awful inevitability haunting the edges of Baz Luhrmann’s production of Strictly Ballroom , a multi-million dollar stage version of...Her Majesty's Theatre, 219 Exhibition St, Melbourne
You've seen the film starring Beyoncé and Jennifer Hudson; now witness the original Broadway show in its glittering glory. Dreamgirls –...Chapel Off Chapel, 12 Little Chapel St, Prahran
It’s been begging for a stage musical interpretation for 120 years, and finally, NED: A New Australian musical makes its world premiere...Ulumbarra Theatre, 10-20 Gaol Road, Bendigo
After a sell-out run in 2014, the infamous trash-glam musical makes a short return to Melbourne. Frank N Furter himself Craig McLachlan was called...The Comedy Theatre, 240 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...