Shocking, hilarious and gripping, this Adelaide-based play is set to take on the world stage.
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‘Nunsense’ is a musical comedy concerning a small group of nuns whose convent is struck by food poisoning. In order to raise money they put on a variety show.
Tim Winton’s ‘Cloudstreet’ is a modern classic. It is a story of battlers, of great heartache and hidden pain, but also of familial love and hope for the future.
Peter Allen was one of Australia’s most popular entertainers. Having portrayed Allen in the original Australian run of The Boy from Oz, Todd McKenney knows about his subject.
Usually considered the first of Shakespeare’s plays, ‘The Two Gentlemen Of Verona’ is often thought to be less well crafted, but this doesn’t seem the case with this production.
When a teenager dies, the impact on friends and family can be traumatic. An emotional cocktail of anger, guilt, loss, love and resentment that they haven’t worked out how to begin processing.
The Full Monty is a bold, brassy musical based on the 1997 British film of the same name.
The program for this evening of music was a mixture of new works with a few special favourites thrown in.
SALOS concentrates on producing operettas and this one is particularly rare. If it has been performed in Adelaide before, no one can remember.
Schlock horror meets musical comedy when a downtrodden florist’s assistant discovers a man-eating plant who promises all his heart desires, so long as it’s fed.
With an Adelaide ex-pat involved in the show, it was all glitz, glamour and style.
The Wee Free Men’ is the latest Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld stories to be adapted by Adelaide local, Pamela Munt.
oseph Merrick was one of the most unique and intriguing characters of British medical history. He was so beset with deformity that he was known as The Elephant Man.
Andrew Bovell’s very complex plot peels back through the generations of one family and the emotional baggage they pass down from generation to generation.
Any of Shakespeare’s tragedies are a big ask, especially for the lead player, and Hamlet has been played by many big names
Harold Pinter’s ‘Old Times’ is a visceral work of dark tension that erupts in an indescribable truth.
‘The Philadelphia Story’ has been delighting audiences since 1939 and its charm has not diminished.
Frank Vickery’s play about miscommunication is absolutely hilarious.
‘Seussical’ is such a fun show with great songs and dialogue by Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens: great material to work with.
‘Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella’ is NOT a Pantomime – it is a full-blown Musical! Northern Light’s version is based on the 1997 TV special.