Rohan Browne deservedly gets his name in lights as he takes centre stage in this spectacular new production of much-loved Australian musical The Boy from Oz.
This production encapsulates the very best of what makes The Production Company such a treasured asset in the Melbourne musical theatre landscape: the re-enlivening of an all too rarely seen classic show, and the perfect blend of established talent with up-and-coming stars of tomorrow.
A mesmerising feast of modern dance, Self is an exploration of the pressures, choices and questions that shape The Artist. Choreographer du jour Michael Ralph has created 55 minutes of thought-provoking dance action that is just dazzling to watch.
Predating the UK’s entry into the EEC/EU (and quite possibly outlasting it too!) the Cambridge University European Theatre Group has over the years amassed a fine degree of cross-Channel cultural integration. To some extent, this year is no exception and having just completed a Swiss tour via Belgium the group bring their 2016 production of Hamlet to the Cockpit Theatre for one day only.
The cream of Australian music theatre talent shine in this most intelligently adult of Broadway musicals… Having raised the bar for boutique musical presentations with their inaugural season of Passion in 2014, Life Like Company works their magic again with City of Angels, miraculously providing fully realised staging, smoking hot band and stellar cast, all for a season of a scant four days.
The Production Company ventures where commercial producers, and even subsidised companies lately, do not dare to tread to bring us the first mainstage Australian premiere of a Broadway musical this year. The […]