‘Little Shop of Horrors’ is a favourite of musical theatre fans around the world and it follows Seymour and his man-eating plant that gives him everything he could ever want, but at a terrible price.
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Marie Clark has made a name for itself by bringing exciting contemporary musicals to Adelaide and their latest offering is Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse’s Jekyll and Hyde.
Now in its 52nd Season, Comedy Capers Gang Show showcases the performance talents of Scouts and Guides in a blend of sketches, modern songs and a host of classics.
Jesus Christ Superstar is a popular Andrew Lloyd Webber musical that charts the final days of Jesus Christ utilising popular rock and pop musical styles.
Fresh from a successful run in Melbourne, Shakespeare in Therapy is a new work that explores many of Shakespeare’s famous characters as they seek therapy in the afterlife.
The Package uses mask, puppetry, physical theatre and music to represent an elderly woman who reminisces on the complexities of her life through sex, love and childbirth.
Following the tale of a Mongol invasion into Queensland, John Marc Desengano and Keith Brockett play a multitude of characters under the clever narration of Andrea McCannon.
The story of Jesus Christ and his final days is well-worn with countless adaptations and representations over thousands of years.
The Places You’ll Go is a unique Fringe experience that uses the story of two postman looking for something “missing” to explore themes of greed, success and power.
Louise O’Dwyer’s How’s Your Acting Going? explores the actor’s place in the world from the external view of those friends and family who ask pesky questions about her career.
VCA graduates Izabella Yena, Ruby Johnston and Benjamin Nichol have brought their award-nominated co-conceived show Three Blind Mice to the Adelaide Fringe.
The Adelaide Fringe is an opportunity to experience theatrical events unlike those that would normally be presented here. Chamber Pot Opera is one of those.
Blank Tiles follows the fictional 1992 World Scrabble Champion Austin Michaels as he comes to terms with his fast-developing Alzheimers disease.
Presented by Offending Shadows Productions Reviewed 18 February 2017 Based off of her grandmother’s award-winning…
Tea Tree Players has provided fun, entertaining shows filled with humour, charm and unexpected twists and turns. Their latest production of Miles Tredinnick’s Twist aims to continue that tradition.
Every year Tea Tree Players mount their end-of-year Christmas pantomime and this year, for their 40th year, they are presenting Robinson Crusoe.
‘God Bless Baseball’ portrays the history of baseball in Japan and Korea through a slow-moving and deliberate piece of theatre.
Jonathan Larson’s ‘Rent’ is one of the most popular musicals of all time, winning a slew of Tony Awards and being one of only nine musicals to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Tea Tree Player’s latest comic offering, ‘Happy Event’ follows Jane Harbottle and her ill-fated dinner party where she intends to tell her husband that she is pregnant.