Singer Paulini Cureunavuli says she has leaned on the cast and crew of The Bodyguard for support amid allegations of bribery.
One of Australia's most successful and enduring stars will take on the role of Eva Peron in Evita at the Sydney Opera House in September next year.
You'll learn plenty about Nellie Melba's life, but this musical's stick-to-the-facts approach reveals little of what might have made her tick.
Australian singer Paulini Curuenavuli is facing charges of bribery and is due to appear in a Sydney court midway through her run in the musical The Bodyguard.
Esther Hannaford digs deep to play one of the legends of pop in a musical devoted to a life in music.
Musical theatre was never on her hit list but Paulini has landed herself an impressive leading role, writes John Bailey.
A new Australian musical, Melba, tells the story of superstar opera singer Dame Nellie Melba's rise to fame.
It makes for Disney on Ice to finally devote a whole show to just one story. And what a story to pick.
You are seated at a table in a leagues club next to the Daintree Developers Corporation. There are brown paper bags on the table for donations, as this event is a fundraiser for Joh Bjelke-Petersen's campaign to become prime minister.
There are too many imperfections in this musical, and Watch This' interpretation only accents them further.
Sydney Theatre Company has announced that Maggie McKenna will take the lead role for its upcoming production, Muriel's Wedding The Musical, the stage version of the much-loved 1994 film starring Toni Collette.
You might not have heard of it yet, but the Tony Awards just ensured Dear Evan Hansen is the next big musical.
His performance as host has been widely praised by the industry and viewers.
Julie Andrews on the sexism in My Fair Lady, Donald Trump and cuts she finds 'mind-boggling'.
The path to Broadway stardom is well-trodden.
An all-star new production of Alex Harding's gay musical reaffirms its place in the canon of Australian queer theatre.
Hello, Dolly! is a great example of The Production Company's ethos of prioritising performing talent over bells and whistles.
Time to debate the lyrics to 'Ironic' again.
This Spring Awakening fails on every level as tragedy. Humour might be the one way to save it, a surrender to travesty with a knowing smirk.
When Alex Harding's boy-meets-boy musical romance Only Heaven Knows premiered at the Stables Theatre in Kings Cross in May 1988, Sydney's gay community was in the grip of the AIDS crisis. Now it is being revived in a new age of conservatism.
Anna O'Byrne sings with enchanting beauty, and eventually crisp diction, as Eliza Doolittle, while Robyn Nevin is simply sublime as Henry Higgins' mother.
It's the sort of compliment any actress would love to hear, especially from Julie Andrews.
This musical show never quite allows the balancing and the flying and the hula-hooping to overpower the young man's journey of discovery.
Audiences can enjoy a mix of disco, circus and cabaret in Velvet, now on at The Playhouse.
Technical issues on show's opening night in Melbourne force dramatic response.