The leading musical director has had to retire from her busy career in musical theatre due to a rare, neurodegenerative condition.
On March 22, Stephen Sondheim turns 90. Clive Paget traces the career of the legendary composer and lyricist, who is one of the most important and influential figures in 20th-century musical theatre.
As Bran Nue Dae, Australia’s first Aboriginal musical, returns for a 30th anniversary production, Associate Director Naomi Pigram discusses why the show is so important, and why it made her feel excited and proud when she first saw it as a teen.
With Shrek and Fun Home headed our way, the composer talks about her love affair with musical theatre and why she keeps a Stephen Sondheim mask on a shelf in her studio.
With the year drawing to a close, we look back over the musicals that wowed our critics in 2019.
Natalie Bassingthwaighte and the stunning ensemble are drop-dead gorgeous in a musical that could have been written yesterday.
New York's premier summer festival may not be mostly Mozart these days, but it sure has plenty to offer.
Currently playing on Broadway, the critically acclaimed adaptation of Baz Luhrmann's 2001 film will play a renovated Regent Theatre.
It’s a flawed musical, but the swinging 60s score sings and Cameron Mitchell's production is very entertaining.
As a musical, Baz Luhrmann's classic looks a surefire hit. Grab a ticket while you can can can!
A refreshing, original musical that raises the spirits and touches the heart.
Was it parochialism (as some have claimed) or acknowledgement of a groundbreaking moment in Australian theatre that saw Counting and Cracking win Best Play?
The first 20 winners at the 19th Annual Helpmann Awards were announced tonight, with Counting and Cracking taking home four awards.