DSP News

Reg Livermore's Ned Kelly

As Reg prepare's for the release of his Biography and a huge announcement about his stage future, three major theatres are reviving his classic rollicking rock musical Ned kelly. ...

NEW CATALOGUE

My 2005 catalogue is out now. If you don't have it already please contact me with your snail mail address.

PARIS NEAR BROADWAY:

Less than 18 months after I helped give the Jon English and David Mackay musical  'Paris' a new lease on life the epic rock musical about the Fall of Troy and the Power of Love is knocking ...

BACK TO THE 80's on the West End.

Neil Gooding's jukebox musical Back to the 80's  had  a special performance on the West End. An ambitious High School in Wales - with an unpronounceable name  Ysgol Y Strade ...

DISCO INFERNO

No sooner did I release the rights to this 70's jukebox musical than I got ten productions in 2004. The first productions in Queensland and New Zealand have been awesome. " The reaction ...

Theatre of the Year

Laycock Street Theatre under the vision of Manager Patrick Corrigan has become the DSP Theatre of the Year. It’s a beautiful 400 seat theatre on the NSW Central Coast which produces magnificent ...

Rock Apocalypse

The World Premiere of Rock Apocalypse took place in Tasmania late last year. The hilarious musical spoof of B grade science fiction movies was written in England but I found a High School in ...

Merry Widow From Bluegum Creek

2005 is the 100th anniversary of the first performance of the Merry Widow, the most popular operetta of the 20th Century. A perfect excuse to stage the sparkling new comic Australian ...

Ned Kelly rides again.

I had great pleasure attending two excellent productions of Reg Livermore's Ned Kelly by the Wollongong Arcadians and Stringybark Productions Newcastle NSW. Reg Livermore saw the show again for ...

BOY'S OWN MCBETH..my next monster hit

" A combination of Welcome Back Kotter, Monty Python's Flying Circus and Shakespeare in Rock n roll" Sunday Telegraph. " The Marx Brothers and the Goons" The Bulletin. " Explosively funny" ...