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Photo copyright Jeff Busby, courtesy of greaseistheword.com.au

Photo copyright Jeff Busby, courtesy of greaseistheword.com.au

Production: Grease Is The Word
Dates: 2 January – 16 March 2014
Role: Sound Crew (Bump In)
Venue: Her Majesty’s Theatre

GREASE is the Number One Party musical, featuring all the unforgettable songs from the hit movie including You’re The One That I Want, Grease Is The Word, Summer Nights, Hopelessly Devoted To You, Sandy, Greased Lightnin’ and many more.

So get ready to dust off your leather jackets, pull on your bobby-socks and take a trip to a simpler time as “bad boy” Danny and “the girl next door” Sandy fall in love all over again.

“GREASE is one of my favourite musicals, and with this top draw cast of musical theatre stars I have no doubt it will again be everyone’s favourite party musical,” John Frost said. “I’m thrilled that Rob Mills will be our Danny, straight from his success in Legally Blonde, and that we have found a new leading lady in Gretel Scarlett. Both Rob and Gretel gave sensational auditions, and our UK creative team knew instantly that they were the ideal Danny and Sandy. And it’s wonderful again to be working with the wonderful Todd McKenney, the talented Anthony Callea and, for our sixth musical together, the irrepressible Bert Newton. What can I say about this cast – You’re The One That I Want!”

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We have launched a Pozible campaign to assist our tour of Gaga v Assange to the Adelaide Fringe Festival! If you could spare $5 or $10 (or more!) to assist this fantastic piece of original musical theatre, we would be most grateful.

Our place in the ADL Fringe is already confirmed – your generous support will ensure that our sets are snazzier, our costumes are wilder, and our dedicated cast and crew have a sturdy roof over their heads for the duration of the tour.

There are some amusing pledge prizes, including a personalised Wikileak from the government’s secret files on YOU, plus awesome gear like a cast CD recording of the fabulous songs, and of course tickets, tshirts and more!

Thank you for support, and we hope to see you all there!


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Fresh, engaging, intelligent’ (Theatre Press)

‘Tragically good’ (Julian Assange)

Lady Gaga is afraid.

After accidentally giving an STI to the world’s most famous hacker, Julian Assange, she thinks he might vengefully leak the sex tapes. To make amends, she turns up unannounced to the Ecuadorian Embassy with a plan, a plan to help him escape. But Julian doesn’t want a bar of it, not even a swath of her best europop anthems will ease his hurt. But as she refuses to leave and he can’t, deadlock ensues. What follows is a romp of epic pure-pop proportions. And when egos clash so do dogmas. The result: pandemonium.

Gaga V Assange is a new play with songs by William Hannagan, acclaimed cabaret performer and co-writer of HouseWarming (**** The Age) and Until Tomorrow (**** Theatre People).

Featuring the incomparable Jennifer Reed as Lady Gaga and the devilish Christopher Runciman as Julian Assange

Gaga’s Dancers: Loretta Morrison, Erin Luisa, Michael Watson, Brett Fisher.

Book, music and lyrics: William Hannagan

Director: William Hannagan
Choreographer: Charlotte Tooke
Production Manager: Chay Moran
Set Designer: Julian Bettoli.
Creative consultant and MUD Fest direction: Jeremy Russo

With all original tracks produced by Thomas Honey Hanning.

Dates: January 16th – 28th (no Monday or Tuesday), 8pm.

Tickets: $35 full, $25 concession.

Book tickets now!

Gaga V Assange is presented by KIN Collaborative inc. in coproduction with Somewhat Proper. It is a part of the 2014 Midsumma Festival.

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Production: The Snow Queen – The Australian Ballet School
Dates: 9 December – 14 December 2013
Role: Mechanist / Stage Crew
Venue: The Playhouse Theatre

Image courtesy of Arts Centre Melbourne

The Snow Queen is a magical fairy tale ballet featuring the students of The Australian Ballet School.

This is your chance to experience the talent and excellence of the School’s beautiful young dancers with choreography by Petal Miller-Ashmole and music by Jules Massenet.

Once upon a time in the murky depths of the netherworld, the Snow Queen’s hobgoblin followers discover her magic mirror. Little do they realise that the mirror has awesome powers which can distort reality. When the hobgoblins accidentally shatter the mirror into a million pieces, the shards fly about the world and nothing will be the same again.