Tag Archive: Musical

Mar 11

FRINGE 2017: Scientology: The Musical – Warehouse at The Producers – 5K

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By Tom Eckert From the creators of Abbott! The Musical, George Glass bring a new absurdist rock musical destined to inspire the same level of following as the name sake of their show show at its peak. Intelligent and satirical, Scientology: The Musical is characterised by songs that subvert Broadway to T.S. Eliot and manage …

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Mar 06

Fringe 2015 – George Glass Presents: Money Shot! – Channel 9 Kevin Crease Studios – 2k

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By Tom Eckert Money Shot! is an original production by George Glass examining the inherent absurdity of the story of the creation of internet porn. This company continues to produce insightful musical comedy that cuts to the quick of whatsoever they choose to examine. This is the strength of this production; the writing is solid …

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Feb 27

FRINGE 2015: COUNTING BARS – Tale of the Singing Inmates – 4K

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By Anthony Nguyen The Tale of the Singing Inmates is a unique storytelling experience that combines comedic theatre with acapella-style singing. Performed by a South Australian theatre group, the story follows Lyle who is a new inmate to a high-security all-male prison where he discovers that a talent contest is being held where the winner(s) …

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Mar 19

ADELAIDE FRINGE 2013 – All Washed Up! – 4K

By Anthony Nguyen   In a fantastic opening musical number displaying the evident musically trained voices, the self-proclaimed ‘bad boys of musical theatre’ make a splash into the Adelaide Fringe with an uplifting musical comedy show titled All Washed Up! The comedy duo consists of: Andrew, a tall, happy-go-lucky and often narcissistic man, and his …

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Jan 03

RAW: West Side Story – Festival Theatre until 23 Jan 2011

Adelaide couldn’t ask for a more energetic and vibrant way to start the 2011 calendar than with West Side Story, hailed the greatest musical of all time by the Guardian (UK). With a 30+ cast, 18 piece orchestra and support crew this mega production has already been seen by over 250,000 in just six months according …

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