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Carrie the Musical | Ghost Light/Moving Light

Monday, 29 September 2014

This Carrie is not the disaster that the history books have recorded and while far from perfect, holds enough talent and curiosity to hopefully entice Melbourne's music theatre buffs to go and check it ou...

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Invitation to a Revolution | Rod Quantock

Friday, 26 September 2014

Invitation to a Revolution is ‘Sir’ Rod’ Quantock’s return to Fringe after never becoming mainstream during (nearly) the last 20 years.

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Parade | The Collective

Thursday, 25 September 2014

Melbourne's brand new music theatre company, The Collective, hurl themselves onto the local scene with a brave and challenging choice for their inaugural season –&...

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Inanimately | Nicolette Minster

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Comedy performer self-professed ‘oversharer’ Nicolette Minster has put together a show that wanders into the realm of objectum sexuals – people who fall in love with ob...

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The Dream | Bell Shakespeare

Monday, 22 September 2014

If you’ve got someone in your life who thinks they don’t ‘get’ Shakespeare, or someone who is yet to see a live performance, then take them to th...

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Death by Soprano | Isabel Hertaeg

Thursday, 18 September 2014

The average life expectancy of a soprano is two and a half hours, so we learn in Death by Soprano.

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Moulin Beige

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Moulin Beige, comic and accordion player Liz Skitch’s monthly vaudeville show at the Wesley Ann in Northcote, is a delightfully entertaining taster of live comic performance, and a good way to find out what’s coming up in the Fringe or Comedy fe...

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The Sublime | Melbourne Theatre Company

Thursday, 4 September 2014

The Sublime, the play is a topical piece of theatre that delves into the wildly controversial world of football players and the “hero-status” they are al...

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Master Class | Left Bauer Productions

Thursday, 21 August 2014

Maria Mercedes takes to the stage as Maria Callas, an imposing, demanding figure oozing confidence, an acute sense of self and an enviable reserve of quips, one liners and co...

Latest News - Melbourne

Melbourne Theatre Company announces Season 2014

MTC’s Season 2014 features eleven mainstage plays, two add-on productions, and two education shows.

Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Douglas Horton to step down from ChamberMade
Monday, 30 March 2009 22:16
One of Australia’s foremost contemporary opera and music-theatre directors, Douglas Horton, is stepping down as Artistic Director of the company he established back in 1988 - the pioneering and internationally regarded ChamberMade Opera - to pursue new projects in film and theatre.

Announcing his decision, Douglas Horton said:
‘This is an exciting new chapter, both for me and for ChamberMade. In 21 prolific years ChamberMade has spearheaded fundamental developments both in the art form and the opera/music-theatre industry. We have brought the work of leading Australian artists to audiences across Australia and across four continents. Now is the time for both myself and the company to engage fresh new energies and new visions. Australia is truly blessed in the range and depth of its talent, and I very much look forward to seeing the baton passed to the next brilliant generation.”

Karen Hadfield, the Chair of ChamberMade, said:
“I have admired the work of Douglas Horton and ChamberMade since it began and it is with great sadness that I see him leave the company he established; I wish him all the very best in his new direction and am happy he will be directing a number of projects for CMO and overseeing the smooth transition to this new phase in the life of the company. We respect his decision and will miss him.”

Douglas Horton will continue on upcoming ChamberMade productions including two international collaborations, the group-devised ‘Beneath’ and Michael Smetanin’s ‘Mayakovsky’, and a new opera by Julian Yu and Glenn Perry, after Tim Winton’s ‘That Eye the Sky’. The Board will commence recruitment for Mr Horton's replacement immediately.
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