Australian Written

Back to the 80's

From the era that brought the world The Rubik's Cube, Max Headroom and The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comes this "totally awesome" musical in the style of movies such as Back To The Future, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, The Karate Kid and The Wedding Singer. Join the graduating class of...

Boy From Oz

“My songs are my biography”…Peter Allen The Boy From Oz is the most successful Australian musical ever and the first to make it to Broadway. It is a musical biography/tribute to the late great Peter Allen. Peter Allen was born in the outback Australian town of Tenterfield in 1944...

Hot Shoe Shuffle

Hot Shoe Shuffle has been a smash hit musical across Australia and the West End. It starts when the seven tap brothers receive a telegram -  telling them that they will inherit millions from their late father if they reproduce the famous Hot Shoe Shuffle one month after his death. More...

Ladies in Black

Over a summer that changes her life, she befriends the colourful characters of the women's clothing department. Each is on the precipice of change - facing independence, working for a living and what it means to be a woman. The Age called it "a unicorn of the stage: a full-blown, home grown...

Popstars! The 90's musical.

It's boyband vs girlband in this hilarious brand new musical from the team that brought you the global hit Back to the 80's. Packed with pop smash hits from the hyper-coloured 1990's by artists such as THE SPICE GIRLS, BACKSTREET BOYS, N*SYNC, BRITNEY SPEARS, CHRISTINA ...

Saturday Night Fever The Musical

Australian and New Zealand community theatres are the first in the world to be given permission to stage this iconic musical. The movie is credited with defining the 1970's, the sound track sold 25,000,000 copies and since it debuted on Broadway the musical...

Song Contest: The Almost Eurovision Experience.

A glitzy comedic and loving tribute to  the Eurovision Song Contest. It’s as close to the real thing as you can get, with eleven countries competing, a multitude of anxious contestants, a gushing hostess and all the quirkiness that both delights us and makes us cringe in a single...

Alice in Wonderland

Follow the adventures of Alice as she sings and dances her way through Wonderland. Here she meets the White Rabbit, the Caterpillar, the Mad Hatter, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Cheshire Cat, the Mock Turtle, the Gryphon and the terrifying Queen of Hearts. This 2 Act lively production of ‘...

Aussie Rules the Musical

Aussie Rules ~ The Musical isn’t about putting football players in tutus and having a bit of a giggle. It is a new, fun-filled comedy with clever songs, dances and hilarious situations. It also has a serious side, examining the effects of the urbanisation of Australia with country towns...

Beach Blanket Tempest

Imagine a surf rock musical that starts like this..... “ The summer sun is cookin. The guys and chics good lookin. And school is over for another year. The surf is really poundin. And bodgies walk around in. The latest crazy way out kooky gear... So pass around the pretzels and the beer....

Beauty and the Beast (Musical)

“One of their best shows ever.” (Australian) Beauty and the Beast is one of the most beloved children’s stories of all time. There has been countless version of the tale of a handsome Prince who is turned into a Beast by a wicked witch, and can only be restored to his former self...

Billabong Bill

“Songs and storyline simple enough to appeal to a wide age group.” (Sun) A musical set in the Australian bush with conservation as its theme. The animals’ water is being polluted by the Useless Chemical Company and Billabong Bill with the assistance of a Minor Mitchell Cockatoo (...

Boy's Own Mcbeth

  Boy’s Own McBeth toured Australia and the US from 1979 until 1982. It was the longest running Australian written musical ever..staged with more than 600 performances and was only eclipsed in the 1990’s by The Boy From Oz. What the critics said.... “A combination of Welcome...

Bunch of Ratbags

“I haven’t had so good a time at a musical this year… a classic.” (Sunday Age) Based on the controversial book of the same name, A Bunch of Ratbags is a funny, abrasive, and confronting look at teenage delinquency during the rock ‘n’ roll 50s in Melbourne. A...

Cruisin the Musical.

Cruisin’ is an exciting new musical with songs in the style and spirit of the pioneers of rock n roll. It is filled with comedy, pathos and catchy musical numbers that will leave your audience enthralled right ‘till the end. Cruisin is the late 1950’s, and VINNIE RUSSO is a 17...

Hyperspace - The Star Wars Musical Parody

Hyperspace puts the Farce into the Force as you are taken on an all-singing, all- dancing, ( totally unauthorised ) parody-tribute of one of most successful film franchises of all time. Join Duke Kneejerker, his loyal robot RU DED2, and his sister Princess Highway, as they search for the last...

It Happened in Tanjablanca (or) Red White and Boogie

“Lots of laughs in this witty show” (Sun) It Happened In Tanjablanca is a musical ‘whodunnit’ based on dramatic films of the 1940s. It features a cast of recognizable characters which include an American film star, a tweedy English eccentric and a European Countess. Echoes...

Jack and the Beanstalk (Musical)

“Has wit, slapstick comedy, and enough catchy tunes to have audiences singing and laughing along with its cast” (Sun) The story of Jack and the Beanstalk has been around for centuries, well since 1730 when the first printed version was published. The show in various forms became a...

Jack O'Hagan's Humdingers

Australia's Biggest Little Musical Jack O'Hagan was Australia's most prolific song writer from the 1920's until the 1950's. His hits are part of the nation's psyche 'Our Don Bradman' ' Ginger Meggs ', 'When the Dog Sits on the Tuckerbox', ' Kingsford Smith' and so forth. Melvyn Morrow and David...

Judith Prior's What's New Pussycat

A fun musical for a large  mixed  cast  of  young people.  Inspired by the story of  Puss in Boots written during the sixteenth century by French author, Charles Perrault. The  show embraces an eclectic collection of great pop  and rock...

Keating!

"...one of the most entertaining and slickly written shows - comedy or otherwise - seen in Melbourne for a long time... dazzlingly funny" Raymond Gill, Arts Editor, The Age "This is a beautiful set of numbers" Paul Keating The musical Australia had to have is now available for...

Kookaburra Kids

Students at an Australian holiday camp discover that the local Mayor plans to close the camp and redevelop the site. With local residents they use social media combined with the old fashioned bush telegraph to contact past generations of campers to help them thwart the Mayor’s plans and save...

Legs Diamond

The Almost Totally Fictitious Musical History of Legs Diamond  follows the travails of its title character, a Depression-era mobster who wants to break into show business. The musical opened on Broadway on December 26, 1988 and closed on February 19, 1989 after 64 performances and 72...

Lola Montez

Lola Montez was the Madonna of the 19th century. A popular singer and performer who outraged the establishment by taking off some of her clothes on stage in her famous spider dance. "They storm my web and beg a night of bliss. Then die in rapture at my poisonous kiss. Beware. Beware" When...

Margaret Fulton : Queen of the Dessert

    Margaret Fulton was Australia's first cooking superstar. She sold 1.5 million cookbooks and changed the way Australian's ate. This joyous musical traces her life from working in a factory during WWII, to living in the rocks as a single mother, succeeding in a man's world, falling in...

Masquerade

A gorgeous musical adventure based on a children's classic. In a wondrous world of riddles and hidden treasure, bumbling Jack Hare is on a race against time to deliver a message of love from the Moon to the Sun. Far, far away in a world just like ours, a mother cheers her son Joe with the tale of...

Millennium Mayhem

It’s time to party, because it’s 1999! Jess Lo is hosting the best millennium party ever. Every cool celebrity is invited and it is set to be linked via satellite around the world.  But organising the party and sorting out her love life causes Jess Lo's grades to drop in her final...

MOTOR-MOUTH LOVES SUCK-FACE An Apocalyptic Musical

In exactly one minute and fifty-three seconds a solar flare will strike the earth—setting off a chain reaction incinerating every living creature on the face of the earth. But that’s not important right now. What’s important is this. Welcome to the party to end all parties—...

Ned

NED explores the extraordinary highs and devastating lows of Ned Kelly’s journey from local hero to felon to legend. Audiences will see themselves in the struggle of a poor family trying to make it through in a system that was stacked against them.  Adam Lyon (King Kong) has written a...

Ned Kelly

"Gonna Rob a Bank, Gonna Be A Rich Man One Day, Gonna Rob A Bank. Living it the Easy Way"  The life and times of Australia's most infamous Bushranger and his Gang set to a rollicking score, a mixture of rock, broadway and vaudeville.This has both GREAT humour and GREAT tragedy....

Ned Kelly's Sister's Travelling Circus

A comic play with music based on the life of Kate Kelly. She toured Victoria with a show exhibiting her older brother Ned's 'real horse' and 'real armour'. When one of her actor's leaves she recruits an Irishman from the audience, with more in common with Ned than she suspects. First staged at the...

Paris

This epic musical first recorded by the London Symphony Orchestra has delighted audiences in many countries. "Irresistible - engaging and exciting the audience throughout - and leaving heaving chests and racing hearts as it draws to its tragic conclusion." Aussie Theatre.com 2008.  ...

Pinocchio (Musical)

This is the story of Pinocchio the little wooden puppet who came to life because of a wish made by his maker, Geppetto. Follow Pinocchio as he travels through Italy meeting many interesting characters including the Blue Fairy, the cunning Fox and Cat, the evil puppet master Fire Eater, the naughty...

PRISONER CELL BLOCK H – THE MUSICAL

  "An absolute hoot." ( The Guardian)  "Pure exultant bubblegum fun." ( The Scotsman)  "The makings of a Rocky Horror runaway hit." ( Midweek Theatre)      "There is in short a riot going on in Cell Block H, and...

Pyjamas in Paradise

  Before there was Schoolies, there was Pyjamas in Paradise!   In the late 1950s and early 1960s, pyjama parties attracted thousands of young people from all around Australia to the small resort town of Surfers Paradise. Their popularity put Surfers on the map. This musical is a bit like...

Rockin Robin

Rockin Robin and his merry band of men star in this fantasy story featuring  Rock Music from the fifties, sixties and seventies. A drama group (or school) is rehearsing a number for the Rock Eisteddfod when an electrical fault in the special effects department causes two of the cast, Maddie...

Rumplestiltskin (Musical)

“Everybody had a good time.” (The Age) When Rumpelstiltskin premiered at the Alexander Theatre, Melbourne, the critics went overboard with their praise; “full of original and listenable, clappable words and music,” “… clever, well-done and delightful,” and...

Shane Warne The Musical.

"Eddie Perfect's oh-so-clever-song book with songs ranging from soul and rock to Bollywood and R & B  is.. incredible." The Age. ( 4 Stars) "Full of witty lyrics and great melodies." Stage Whispers. "Entertainingly depicts the King of Spin with admiration and wry...

Silly Old Buggers

 The hit production of the 2009 Melbourne Comedy Festival. “A delicious look at aging. A warm, poignant and very amusing blend of songs and pithy dialogue performed by a talented cast. I highly recommend the show for all age groups!” Alan Fletcher, ‘Neighbours’ actor...

Sleeping Beauty the Musical

Delightful new musical adaptation of the classic with bright tunes, lots of laughs and an Australian sensibility. Available with superb backing CD or piano vocal. First staged in 2013.

Snugglepot and Cuddlepie the Musical

Snugglepot and Cuddlepie premiered at the Adelaide festival of the Arts in 1992, accompanied by a 22 piece orchestra in front of 23,000 people. The musical has also been performed professionally in Melbourne and Brisbane and released on CD featuring the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, a 120 voice...

Song To Sing O

" A Blissful marriage of witty dialogue with some of the most enduringly popular music and lyrics ever written" Melbourne Herald Sun. A Song to Sing O is a musical play about the original Gilbert and Sullivan patter man George Grossmith first performed by Anthony Warlow and has since...

Sweet Fanny Adams

“A first class piece of entertainment.” (Variety) Sweet Fanny Adams is set in the 1930s around the infamous red-light district of Palmer Street, Sydney. The show is built around two madams, who are constantly at war with each other, their clientele and their loves. It is loosely based...

The 12 Dancing Princesses

A delightful new musical based on the fable by the Brother’s Grimm. Twelve princesses, each more beautiful than the last, sleep in twelve beds in the same room. Every night, their doors are securely locked. But in the morning, their dancing shoes are found to be worn through as if they had...

The Emperor's New Clothes (Musical)

“One of the best children’s stories in a contemporary soft-rock glitter style.” Han Christian Anderson’s fairytale, about an Emperor who is tricked by a couple of con men into believing in invisible clothes, is updated with a brilliant soft-rock score and a host of...

The Great Australian Rock Musical

Hilarious jukebox musical featuring songs by AC/DC, Midnight Oil, Skyhooks, Dragon, Choir Boys, Daddy Cool, J.O.K. Sherbet, Ted Mulray Gang, Jet, Billy Thorpe, Rick Springfield, Divinyls, The Screaming Jets and more! Troy and Darren Wilson, the most popular of all the shearers in town, get hitched...

The Little Tin Soldier ( Musical)

“Tin Soldier shines as a musical.” (The Age) Han Christian Anderson’s tale of The Little Tin Soldier and the Ballerina, has never been more enchantingly portrayed as in this wonderful soft-rock version. Set in Toyland, a tin soldier is tossed out of a window by a wicked Goblin. He...

The Magic Pudding

 Details coming soon!

The Merry Widow From Bluegum Creek

The Merry Widow is unchallenged the most popular Operetta of the 20th Century . Now the soaring pulsy sexy music has been lifted by a magnificent, hilarious new libretto. This new work is so good it has been endorsed by the estate of Franz Lehar. FRANK HATHERLEY, writer and BBC TV producer, has...

The Princess and the Pea

Queen Margareter and King Marmaduke are worried that their son, Prince Alexander is lonely. They decide to hold a Royal Ball, inviting all of the eligible Princesses from the surrounding Kingdoms in the hope that Alexander will find himself a wife. To ensure that he makes the correct decision and...

The Ripper Show

This small-scale musical was first presented by the National Theatre Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), Sydney, in 1977.   Set in 1889, the Sharpe Family Players are touring their famous Sharpe’s Short Shakespeares in a fit-up tent. Their latest — a ludicrously brief Richard III...

The Shoemaker and the Elves ( Musical )

“A brilliant children’s musical.” “Plenty of catchy tunes, a nice clear storyline, loads of color, and several engaging characters,” was how Sally White in The Age described the original production of The Shoemaker and the Elves. Over-the-top production values and...

Uked! The first play along Ukulele musical

Uked! is the hilarious and poignant story of Karla, who is dumped on her 50th birthday by her violin-playing boyfriend, Brian. Desperate to belong and prove her musical worth, Karla buys a ukulele and joins a dating site - learning that love and the ukulele have a lot in common.   Writer/...

Warp Drive - the Totally Unauthorised Star Trek Musical Parody.

Warp Drive: boldly going where no musical has gone before! Join Captain James T. Jerk, his offsider Mr Phock, and the crew of the Starship Enterthise as they roam the galaxy searching for signs of intelligent life (having found none on Earth). During their rounds they intercept a signal offering...

Wind in the Willows

Based on the classic by Kenneth Grahame. When the Mole becomes tired of spring cleaning he ventures out to the river where he meets the Water Rat. Together they embark on an adventure through the wild wood. Delightful music and drama.