Unlike his predecessor, John Travolta, 17-year-old music theatre performer John Berry is a lot more age appropriate to take on the role of Danny Zuko in Drew Anthony Creative’s reimagined production of Grease.
Emerging actor Anna Lindstedt finds sense of belonging in reuniting with the cast and creatives on Toast, a funny, frank play as three sisters grapple with the sudden loss of their mother.
Disney’s hit musical based on the Oscar-winning movie Frozen is set to hit the stage at Crown Theatre Perth - and the stars of the show say fans are not going to want to let it go.
Fame has become a reoccurring theme in the career of San Diego talent G Madison IV who now calls Perth home and has joined the cast of Fame the Musical.
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre is remounting its production of classic story The Velveteen Rabbit, written 100 years ago in the wake of a different pandemic.
State Theatre Company has appointed experienced director Kate Champion and former Screenwest boss to leadership roles.
The sounds of ABBA’s chart topping mega hits are set to take over Busselton as the cult classic jukebox musical Mamma Mia! moves into the High Street Hall.
Barking Gecko Theatre Company’s The Great Un-Wondering of Wilbur Whittaker is a story about the importance of wonder, imagination and daydreaming.
Perth theatre makers bring back It’s Dark Outside for a new audience 10 years on, and with the same cast, finding it only needs a few tweaks to stay as relevant as originally
Shari Sebbens has reunited with best mate Meyne Wyatt to direct his semi-autobiographical work City of Gold, an unflinchingly honest play about growing up Blak in Kalgoorlie.
He may not be an orphan like his namesake, but Oliver Twist still dreams of what life could have been like if he had been adopted by Madonna.
Kate Walsh and Caroline Brazier have taken on a tale of two queens in one of the highlights of Perth Festival 2022 — Mary Stuart.
Kate Walsh and Caroline Brazier will star in WA playwright Kate Mulvany’s Mary Stuart, a powerful contemporary tale of the final days of Mary, Queen of Scots, and of society’s inability to let two women shine.
Black Swan’s hit production cuts back performances by a third so Meyne Wyatt and key cast and crew can travel and quarantine
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre’s latest production might be called Carnival of the Animals but this version tells a very human side of the story, set close to home.
Melbourne actors and real-life couple Wil King and Patrick Livesey are heading to Fringe World with their award-winning original queer political thriller, Dirt.
When flipping through the pages of an old newspaper, David Milroy stumbled across an advertisement that would stay with him for years to come.
The Blue Room Theatre’s fast and furious Summer Nights festival season of 12 new works is back on the calendar for 2022.
Rachael Beck will remind audiences there’s no place like home as she joins the HAMA Productions cast of The Wizard of Oz at Crown Theatre Perth.
It is lights, camera and action at the Bridgetown theatre this weekend as the pantomime The Wonderful Wizard of Oz looks to light up the stage.
Fremantle Theatre Company artistic director Renato Fabretti created quite the splash a year ago with the company’s first show, The Other Place, starring Kate Walsh and his next move is just as inspired.
Broadway composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim has died at his home in Roxbury, Connecticut, at the age of 91.
Black Swan State Theatre Company of WA is celebrating its 30th birthday with Shakespeare’s The Tempest and this is one party you do not want to miss.
Black Swan took party planning to a creative level to celebrate its 30th anniversary when it asked the Perth theatre-going community to vote for their favourite Shakespeare play.
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