One of Sydney’s most anticipated musicals, DREAM LOVER : THE BOBBY DARIN MUSICAL, directed by one of Australia’s leading music theatre director Simon Phillips and starring David Campbell as the late, great Bobby Darin, will start previews at Sydney’s Lyric Theatre next Thursday. Continue reading DREAM LOVER : THE BOBBY DARIN MUSICAL @ THE LYRIC
Product placement is elevated to lyric replacement in a case of not who pays the piper but the Piper pays the production in Helen Dallimore’s elegant, swellegant staging of HIGH SOCIETY at the Hayes Theatre.
Piper Heidsieck champagne is the choice of the Lord household and the bottles are not only wrung out but sung about in a show that’s as bubbly as the beverage.
The play, of course, is based on the 1956 movie, HIGH SOCIETY, itself based on a play called The Philadelphia Story, which was a starring vehicle for Katherine Hepburn. Continue reading HIGH SOCIETY @ THE HAYES THEATRE
“Headless body found in topless bar” is just one of many tabloid newspaper headlines created during the long life of media mogul Rupert Murdoch, now brought vividly to life in the Melbourne Theatre Company’s production of David Williamson’s play RUPERT, directed by Lee Lewis.
Williamson’s play has been written very much as a documentary. It charts the extraordinary journey that has been Rupert’s life thus far. Continue reading RUPERT @ Theatre Royal