Funny Girl featured in The Production Company's debut season in 1999. Since then, the company Jeanne Pratt founded has flourished, which makes this revival an enticing prospect.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning show is given an impressive production in its Canberra premiere.
This chamber version of the mammoth musical that foundered on Broadway is still a massive undertaking. Were the acting and staging as strong as the singing, it would be a brilliant show.
We'll never know what Jonathan Church would have cooked up had he felt able to serve three years at the helm of the Sydney Theatre Company. Singin' in the Rain suggests, we've probably missed out on a lot of fun.
In the world of showbiz, Alasdair Elliott is the guy who can rain on your parade. He can turn a sunny stage musical into a wash out.
I can't imagine today's crop of digital native sub-tweens will be much whimsified by the Atomic Age anxieties exhibited by Linus, Lucy, Schroeder, Sally and Charlie.
Capitalising on the phenomenal success of the musical Wicked, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra is calling together a coven of music theatre's leading ladies.
Phoenix Players present a Pulitzer Prize-winning musical about a woman's struggle with bipolar disorder.
Tickets to Broadway sensation Hamilton are already eye-wateringly expensive, but how about $134,000 for two front row seats?
Matilda The Musical leads Helpmann Award nominees with 13 nods, followed by Opera Australia with 10 and Melbourne Theatre Company with eight.
The music and lyrics in this play are a real let-down – a witch's brew of uninspired pop and samey vaudeville. What fun there is to be had in the show comes to the fore through David Wynen's direction.
Meredith Willson's first Broadway musical has retained its popularity for more than half a century.
Dramatic Productions' musical version of Frank Abagnale's shenanigans meets the high standards the company has set.
This well-performed production captures the intelligence and black humour of the musical.
The musical about a man-eating plant is now on at the Canberra Theatre.
Suzie Mathers, star of the Australian production of Wicked, has been announced as the new Glinda in the West End version from September.
There are nuns in habits, children in lederhosen and stars Cameron Daddo and Marina Prior, but at the media call for The Sound of Music at the Regent Theatre, one man manages to outshine them all.
This winning production delivers an entertainment that will captivate audiences.
Frank Abagnale's life as a youthful con artist seemed an unlikely subject for song and dance.
Gretel Scarlett nails Debbie Reynolds' part and Jack Chambers shines as the comic offsider but Adam Garcia is slightly outclassed as the lead.
While lively and musically secure, Heathers is always threatening to drown in outlandish camp.
Forget your glad rags – this Saturday night, those in the front rows at Singin' in the Rain will be needing another, less stylish accoutrement - a raincoat.
A plant with a taste for human blood is an unlikely subject for a musical.
Sydney beats Melbourne in the latest battle of the musicals, but secrecy surrounds the cost to taxpayers of bringing Beautiful: The Carole King Musical to Sydney.