June 12, 2018 @ 10:20 am – June 19, 2018 @ 11:20 am

for MLOC Productions October 2018 production of The Boy from Oz

Auditions will be held 12 – 19 June 2018


Singing & Acting auditions (individual closed auditions)

Tuesday 12 June & Thursday 14 June 2018 from 7.30pm at the Parkdale Church of Christ, 176 Como Parade West, Parkdale
Saturday 16 June 2018 from 11.00am at the Mordialloc Presbyterian Church, 12 McDonald Street, Mordialloc
Dance auditions
Sunday 17 June from 1.30pm at Tania Robins Dance Academy, Lower Dandenong Road, Mordialloc

Call backs, if required, will be Tuesday 19 June from 7.30pm at the Parkdale Church of Christ Hall

Director & Choreographer: Rhylee Nowell
Musical Director:  Matthew Hadgraft

Performance Dates
12-20 October 2018, Shirley Burke Theatre, Parkdale

For all the information (including the full audition information pack & audition form) and to book your audition – please go to https://www.trybooking.com/VDMK

If you have any questions regarding the auditions, please contact the audition coordinator by emailing [email protected]

“My songs are my biography” – Peter Allen

The first Australian musical to conquer Broadway, The Boy from Oz was a huge success here in Australia with multi-award winner Todd McKenney as Peter Allen. The Broadway version was nominated for five Tony Awards in 2004, including Best Musical, and won Best Actor in a Musical (Hugh Jackman).

The Boy from Oz focuses on the extraordinary life of legendary singer/songwriter Peter Allen, from his birth in 1944 in Tenterfield, NSW and humble beginnings growing up in rural Armidale to his meteoric rise to fame as an international star. The story covers Peter’s career in Australia and the United States, as well as his relationships with legendary sstars Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli, until his death in 1992.

The Boy from Oz weaves many of Peter Allen’s most famous and beloved songs into his life story, including: Not the boy next door, Quiet Please, There’s a Lady on Stage, Everything Old is New Again, I Honestly Love You, Don’t Cry Out Loud, Tenterfield Sadler, I Still Call Australia Home and I Go to Rio.