Monday, June 15, 2015

Musicals / What's On / Industry News

Les Miserables - SPECIAL TICKET OFFER - Now Playing Sydney


Don't wait done day more.  See the most popular musical in the world before it leaves for Brisbane.  Completely reimagined with glorious new sets and staging, Les Mis is the musical experience of a lifetime. 

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Monday, June 15, 2015

Musicals / What's On / Industry News

BOOK NOW - Train the Trainers Intensive - Auckland, NZ - Sunday 19th July, 2015

Join Tim McDonald and Steven G. Kennedy (both from New York City!!) along with  Stuart Hendricks and Nikol McKail for a full day of musical theatre workshops.

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Wednesday, June 10, 2015


New Release PLAYS from Josef Weinberger

Oh behalf of Josef Weinberger, we are proud to release a grat new range of plays to make you laugh, smile and scream with delight.

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Thursday, June 4, 2015

Musicals / What's On / Industry News / Tips & Tricks


Singing actress Patrice Tipoki is enjoying a well-deserved period of high profile attention in her career as the new production of LES MISÉRABLES makes its way around Australia. Tipoki has also just released her debut album, A Musical Heart, a collection of music theatre career highlights.

Tipoki took time out from her busy schedule at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre, where she stars as Fantine in LES MISÉRABLES, to discuss her album and to share her thoughts on the run of iconic musical characters she has played.

Tipoki grew up as part of a highly musical family, and her current show was actually a long-term family favourite. LES MISÉRABLES was the first musical that I ever went to see. It’s played a big part in all our upbringing, as I know it has with so many other people. It was a show that we had on repeat in the car, and we knew all of the songs back to front, and we’d sing them to anyone who would come over.

“I would literally sing all of the songs, “Master of the House,” “Castle on a Cloud,” it didn’t matter. It really has been a big part of my life, and so when it came round this time I didn’t care what part I auditioned for, I just wanted to be considered. It’s beautiful being able to play Fantine.”

Patrice Tipoki in LES MISÉRABLES
Photo by Matt Murphy


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Monday, June 1, 2015


New Play Release - WEARY

Written by:
(extracted from the War Diaries of Sir Edward Dunlop)


Photo: Weary Dunlop in 1945

Adapted by the great Australian playwright Alan Hopgood from the War diaries of Sir Edward Weary Dunlop, Hopgood’s new play WEARY focuses on Dunlop’s period of incarceration by the Japanese as a Prisoner of War from 1942 to 1945.


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