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Musical Theatre & Cabaret

The Melbourne Festival’s AD explains that audiences in the city, and in Australia, inspire him to go further and harder.
He was a stellar Valjean in Les Mis but you’re more likely to find Glenn Gould, R.E.M. or big band music on his playlist.
There's plenty of evidence to indicate engaging in the arts is beneficial to mental health, says Festival Director Jill Bennett.
Dean Bryant and Andrew Hallsworth on the timeliness of Sondheim's musical about people who tried to kill US presidents.
A cast of shape-shifters takes us deep into a hallucinogenic nightmare in Malthouse and Victorian Opera's Black Rider.
A new show written especially for Christie Whelan Browne returns after a hit season at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
The star of Rufus Wainwright’s Adelaide Festival opera talks us through the highs and the lows of life as a Prima Donna
The self-styled Scottish elf trapped in a middle-aged man’s body describes the horror of living in Trump’s America.
Along with Claire Edwardes and seven canny composers, the playwright explains how she created a musical Everywoman.
Blazey Best, Lisa Campbell and Hayden Tee tell us why the 1988 Australian musical still has much to say today.

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