THE Canberra Theatre's just cancelled staging of “Shrek”, was to have been the first Canberra gambit by Australia’s top producer of musicals, John Frost, since 1991.
The Canberra Theatre Centre has made the "difficult decision" to postpone the upcoming season of "Shrek The Musical".
'Shrek the Musical' is coming to the Canberra Theatre Centre from February 14, it has been announced today (December 11), by its newish director Alex Budd.
IN a singular triumph for acrobatics, magic and dance over acting, plot and emotional engagement, the Tony-award winning production of “Pippin“ opened at the Lyric Theatre in Sydney, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Each performer mastered the necessary stretch to get on top of the delicate balance between the comic and the tragic, writes reviewer JOE WOODWARD of the "The Wharf Revue: Good Night and Gook Luck".
Daramalan College has taken out the Secondary Story of the Year Award for its story-dance video in the 2020 Wakakirri Challenge.
Canberra-raised singer Kirrah Amosa will understudy for several roles in ‘Hamilton’, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her weekly Arts in the City column.
Devotees of the long-running Wharf Revue can breathe a sigh of relief – news of its demise has been greatly exaggerated, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
The Queanbeyan Players have confirmed three classic shows for 2021, all to be staged at The Q, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
The National Opera has confirmed new dates and a new director for its production of Puccini’s popular opera, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
The annual CAT Awards for theatre went ahead tonight virtually, minus the usual showbiz glitz, sparkle and feathers, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
The Beanies are one of Australia’s best-known bands for kids, and two thirds of them were born-and bred in Canberra.
The spectacular concert-drama “Rolling Thunder Vietnam”, previously seen in 2014 and 2016, is returning to Canberra in a new iteration, but with a few old faces, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
People don’t have to be a Monty Python fan to enjoy this hopelessly silly musical rip-off of “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”, writes theatre reviewer BILL STEPHENS.
MAMMA Mia!—Canberrans and Queanbeyanites don’t seem to be able to get enough of the cult musical of the same name, and Free Rain Theatre is putting that notion to the test with a new production coming up at The Q.
For people who can’t get to Sydney for the Mardi Gras, this production of “H.M.S. Pinafore” at The Q in Queanbeyan might be the next best thing, writes theatre reviewer BILL STEPHENS.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA chats to “Spamalot” director Richard Carroll about the "deeply silly" ‘Python’ musical spin-off.
OPERA singer Tobias Cole has been taking a dive into the world of showbiz in Kate Gaul’s high-camp production of “HMS Pinafore”.
“I don’t know about the kids, but this reviewer loved it!”. BILL STEPHENS reviews “The Little Mermaid”.
Canberra soprano Emily Pogson, last pictured in "CityNews" as Nancy in Queanbeyan Players’ “Oliver!” gets the plum role of Ariel, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA