feature - Submitted by K.E. Weber on Saturday, 16th Mar 2013
Driving Miss Daisy, the Pulitzer Winning play by Alfred Uhry, is a superlative once in a lifetime theatrical experience. It is coming to Melbourne in April and we can't wait! Four time Tony Award winning actor, Boyd Gaines, joins Academy and Tony Award winning actors Angela Lansbury and James Earl Jones - an amazing cast of acting legends!
feature - Submitted by K.E. Weber on Thursday, 14th Mar 2013
A Midsummer Night's Dream continues Page to Stage's tradition of high quality Shakespearean theatre, bringing out the magic, the music, the mirth, and the underlying menace of one of Shakespeare's most loved plays
feature - Submitted by K.E. Weber on Thursday, 7th Mar 2013
The Merchant of Venice has got to be one of the most daring plays from Shakespeare’s canon to perform. With heavy anti-Semitism underscoring the text and the potential for monetary aspirations trumping true love marks this production as a hotbed for debate. The Melbourne University Shakespeare Company (MUSC) has taken on this production as the first in their bi-annual season, and is currently one month out from their opening night on Thursday 18th April.
Cast members from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, King Kong and Jersey Boys along with a number of guest performers, will come together to perform a variety of songs from their personal repertoires to support the Australian Children’s Music Foundation (ACMF) on Sunday, 17 March at Her Majesty’s Theatre in Melbourne commencing at 7.30pm.
newsflash - Submitted by K.E. Weber on Tuesday, 5th Mar 2013
Every year the Melbourne Comedy Festival puts out a call for comedy enthusiasts (aka: ‘comedy nuts’) to apply for The Funny Tonne, a competition to see just how many shows it is possible for one person to see during the Festival. Applicants are interviewed and a few lucky lads or lasses, oozing stamina and enthusiasm, get a pass to see as many shows as they can for the whole month.